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Abstract
regional planning
  

Shows the six counties in the SCAG regio​n, and their geographic context in Southern California

Infrastructure
  

Planned highway projects ​in SCAG's 2012-2035 Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS)

Infrastructure
  

Existing Bikeways, Locally Proposed Bikeways, and SCAG Proposed Bikeways, as shown in the 2012-2035 RTP/SCS. ​

Goods Movement
  

Warehouses, Intermodal Facilities, Main Line Rail Network, Alameda Coridor, Major Goods Movement Highway Corridors, Higways, Major Airports, Ports, Ports of Entry​

Growth Forecast
  

Projected Population Growth from 2008 to 2035 (persons per square mile)​

Growth Forecast
  

Projected employ​ment growth from 2008 to 2035 (jobs per square mile)

regional transportation plan
  

High Quality Transit Areas (HQTAs)​ reflect areas with rail transit service or bus service where lines have peak headways of less than 15 minutes.

Infrastructure
  

Existing and planned transit facilities in the SCAG region by service type (urban rail, metrolink, rapid bus, other bus)​

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Page F-9 Conservation Framework and Assessment

Habitat values of natural lands in the SCAG region as determined by the Combined Habitat Assessment Protocol (CHAP) methodology. For more information, see the Conservation Framework and Assessment document

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Page F-8 Conservation Framework and Assessment

Naturally-formed basins and subbasins in the SCAG region.

 

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California Wildlife Habitat Relationships (CWHR) Habitat Types in the SCAG region

California species and habitat information from CWHR species range data.

 

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Page F-12 Conservation Framework and Assessment

Shows percentage of invasive tree species in the Prado Basin Project Area, site of a fine-scale pilot assessment using the CHAP methodology.

 

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Page F-13 Conservation Framework and Assessment

Shows percentage of invasive shrub species in the Prado Basin Project Area, site of a fine-scale pilot assessment using the Combined Habitat Assessment Protocol (CHAP) methodology.

 

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Conservation Framework and Assessment 

Shows percentage of invasive herbaceous species in the Prado Basin Project Area, site of a fine-scale pilot assessment using the Combined Habitat Assessment Protocol (CHAP) methodology.

 

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Page F-17 Conservation Framework and Assessment

Shows different ecological zones in the Prado Basin Project Area. 

 

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Protected Lands in the SCAG Region

Existing protected lands by US Geological Survey Gap Analysis Program (GAP) Status Code in the SCAG region.

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Page F-20 Conservation Framework and Assessment

Coarse-scale spatial model of anthropogenic influence in the SCAG region.

 

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Page F-15 Conservation Framework and Assessment

Shows richness of Key Environmental Correlates (KECs) in the Prado Basin Project Area, site of a fine-scale pilot assessment using the Combined Habitat Assessment Protocol (CHAP) methodology.
 

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Page F-16 Conservation Framework and Assessment

Habitat values of natural lands in the Prado Basin Project Area, as determined by the Combined Habitat Assessment Protocol (CHAP) methodology.

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Page F-19 Conservation Framework and Assessment

Shows types of ownerships of protected lands in the SCAG region.

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Page F-21 Conservation Framework and Assessment

Natural Community Conservation Plans (NCCP) and Habitat Conservation Plans (HCP) in the SCAG region.