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Coastal Sediment Master Plan
Spatial Data Database

Below are all the datasets referenced in the Coastal Sediment Management Workgroup Web Mapper. When applicable, links to the Source Agency's webpage are given in place of a direct download of the data. This ensures that users obtain the latest data from the Source Agency. Additional GIS resources related to coastal management are provided at the end of page for the user's convenience.

Each download at a minimum contains a shapefile with metadata and a layer file (.lyr) for symbology. There are a few zipped packages that contain an ESRI File Geodatabase (.gdb) as well, to preserve field names and field contents that were otherwise truncated when exporting to the shapefile format. All datasets are in WGS 1984 (GCS_WGS_1984).

This is version 3.0 of the CSMW GIS data release. A data migration document with a full inventory of the older versions is available upon request. Contact Clif Davenport (Clif.Davenport@conservation.ca.gov) or the eCoastal GIS Team (ECoastal.GIS@usace.army.mil).

Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plans Status
Eureka Littoral Cell The Humboldt Bay Harbor Recreation and Conservation District are coordinating with CSMWs consultant in finalizing their Plan, covering the area from Trinidad Head south to False Cape. Plan preparation
San Francisco Littoral Cell The Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) is coordinating efforts with CSMWs consultant, covering the coastline from the Golden Gate to Pacifica. Plan preparation
San Francisco Central Bay The Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) is conducting initial Plan activities for the central SF Bay to the Golden Gate. Plan preparation
Santa Cruz Littoral Cell CSMW is working to partner with the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary to conduct governance and outreach activities for the stretch of coast from Half Moon Bay to Moss Landing, while the physical, economic and environmental elements are being compiled by USACE in-house subject experts. Plan preparation
Southern Monterey Bay Littoral Cell (24MB) CSMWs first Coastal RSM Plan was completed for the area extending from Moss Landing south to Point Pinos. Spatial data available though links below. Published November 2008
Santa Barbara Littoral Cell (3.5MB) Beach Erosion Authority for Clean Oceans and Nourishment (BEACON) completed their Plan, covering Point Conception south to Point Mugu. Spatial data available though links below. Published January 2009
Los Angeles County (18MB) CSMW is currently working with a consultant to gather data and help assemble the governance structure for the coastal area within LA County. A draft Coastal RSM Plan has been assembled and is currently under review. In review
Orange County (11MB) The County of Orange, Parks Department completed their Plan, covering the littoral cells within Orange County. Spatial data available though links below. Published June 2013
San Diego County (7.4MB) San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) completed their Plan, covering Oceanside south to the Mexico border. Spatial data available though links below. Published April 2009
Coastal Sediment Management WebMapper GIS Data Download Data
Data Category GIS Data Release & Notes Date
Basemap
Coastal Cities & Towns (U.S. Census Bureau) Census Bureau TIGER/Line files showing places ("TIGER/Line Shapefile, 2011, state, California, Current Place"), defined as a concentration of population; a place may or may not have legally prescribed limits, powers, or functions. 5/23/2012 Link
USGS 1:24,000-Scale Topographic Map Index GIS Index of the California Vicinity 7.5-minute 1:24,000- and 1:25,000-Scale Digital Raster Graphic (DRG) USGS Topographic Quad Map Images. Dataset provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) Spatial Data Resources. 5/23/2012 Link
California Waters
Coastal Streams & Waterbodies (NHD) USGS National Hydrography Dataset Flowlines and Waterbodies. 3/12/2012 Map Service
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California Watersheds Watershed and Subwatershed hydrologic unit boundaries for subdividing large drainage areas. Data from the USGS Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD). 2/6/2012 Link
Coastal Conditions and Setting
Coastal Conditions Dataset developed by California Coastal Commission's Melanie Coyne by attaching names to a dynamically segmented coastline using the Department of Navigation and Ocean Development (DNOD) 1977 'Assessment and Atlas of Shoreline Erosion along the California Coast'. This dataset has been updated with attributes from Coyne's coast_condition.xls, which includes Ownership, Shore Descriptions, Development, Role in Littoral Cell, Orientation, Sediment Source, Current Beach Width (FT), and Historical Beach Width (FT). 2000 Download
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Bathymetry Contours (10m) 10 meter bathymetric contour lines to 600 meters depth on the California coast. California Department of Fish & Game, Marine Region GIS Unit: Bathymetry Layers. 2/28/2012 Link
Littoral Cells California's littoral cells. Originally digitized by Melanie Coyne from the Assessment and Atlas of Shoreline Erosion Along the California Coast (Habel, J. S. and G. A. Armstrong, 1978). Revised in 2005 by Kiki Patsch to refine certain cells and add sediment budget information. 2005 Download
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Beach Profile Locations Currently contains point locations of beach profile transects within the Mission Bay, Silver Strand and Oceanside Littoral Cells. Profile data for San Diego (1996-2004) is available online. Profile data can be related to the shapefile points by joining the Transect field. Additional beach profile transects will be included as they are delivered. 2009 Download
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Average Annual Salinity Average annual salinity found in certain estuaries along the coastal United States of America. From NOAA's Coastal Geospatial Data Project. 11/18/2011 Link
Medium Resolution Shoreline (NOAA) The NOAA Medium Resolution Digital Vector Shoreline was created from data captured from hundreds of National Ocean Service Navigation Charts and spans some 75,000 nautical miles at an average map scale of approximately 1:70,000. From the NOAA's Coastal Geospatial Data Project, NOAA's Medium Resolution Shoreline (Pacific). 11/18/2011 Link
Humboldt Bay Mean Monthly Maximum Water Elevation This dataset was developed to analyze shoreline elevations relative to a modeled mean monthly maximum water surface in relation to shoreline conditions as mapped by Aldaron Laird in 2011. Submitted to the Coastal Sediment Management Workgroup as part of the Eureka Littoral Cell Regional Sediment Management Plan. 2011 Download
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Humboldt Bay Shoreline Types This dataset represents the shoreline conditions of Humboldt Bay as mapped by Aldaron Laird in 2011 and as submitted to the Coastal Sediment Management Workgroup as part of the Eureka Littoral Cell Regional Sediment Management Plan. 2011 Download
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San Francisco Bay Historical Creeks Historical creeks in the San Francisco Bay that have since been filled, drained, or significantly altered. Provided by the Guide to San Francisco Bay Area Creeks from the Oakland Museum of California. 4/5/2012 Link
Los Angeles County Beach Attendance Beach attendance data as recorded by the Lifeguard Division of the Los Angeles County Fire Department between 2008 and 2010. 2012 Download
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Coastal Structures
Coastal Armoring, 2005 Coastal armoring along the coast of California, created to provide a database of all existing coastal armoring based on data available at the time of creation. Dataset developed by Jennifer Dare at the California Coastal Commission. 2005 Download
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Coastal Structures and Barriers GIS inventory of man-made structures and natural coastal barriers that have the potential to retain sandy beach area in California. This dataset is a compilation of earlier datasets: UCSC Sand Retention Structures, MC Barriers, and USACE Coastal Structures. 2012 Download
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Port Facilities Physical and inter-modal (infrastructure) characteristics of the coastal and bay ports along the coast of California. USACE Navigation Data Center Ports and Waterways Facilities Master Docks Plus Public Extract Access Database. 2/3/2012 Link
Fish Passage Potential Barriers Passage Assessment Database (PAD) is an ongoing inventory of known and potential barriers to anadromous fish in California. CalFish Passage Assessment Database (PAD). 4/2/2012 Link
Solid Waste Facilities Solid Waste Information System (SWIS) database containing information on solid waste facilities, operations, and disposal sites throughout the State of California. CalRecycle's Solid Waste Information System (SWIS) GIS Data File. 3/26/2012 Link
Monterey MRWPCA Interceptor Location of the Monterey Interceptor pipeline from the Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency. 2008 Download
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San Francisco Coastal Armoring Areas and Lines Existing coastal armoring in the San Francisco Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan study area, updated from the CCC 2005 dataset. 2011 Download
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Orange County Wastewater and Power Plant Discharge Structures Graphical depiction of wastewater and power plant discharge pipelines/outlets locations in Southern California.The shapefile was collected by Everest International Consultants, Inc. from Marine Map and submitted to CSMW as part of the Orange County Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan. 2012 Download
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Environmental Resources
Marine Ecological Provinces and Regions Outlines of California Ecological Provinces and Regions. 2000 Download
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Coastal Wetlands (PRI) Filtered subset of wetland polygons from the National Wetlands Inventory that are below or within 100 meters of the MHHW line. Provided by the Pacific Institute, Impacts of Sea Level Rise on the California Coast. 3/9/2012 Link
Western Snowy Plover Critical Habitat (FWS) Proposed and revised critical habitat units for the Pacific Coast Western Snowy Plover. CFWO - GIS Division Western Snowy Plover Critical Habitat, reproposed 2011 version. 2/3/2012 Link
Chinook and Steelhead Salmon (NMFS SWRO) Critical Habitat for Steelhead and Chinook Salmon in California. NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service Southwest Regional Office Steelhead and Chinook Critical Habitat & Distribution in California. 4/2/2012 Link
Coastal RSM Plan Identified Sensitive Areas
Santa Barbara Sensitive Habitat Sensitive habitats within the Santa Barbara Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan area; obtained from the Beach Erosion Authority for Clean Oceans and Nourishment (BEACON) CRSMP-related deliverables. Includes Harbor Seal/Sea Lion rookeries and haulouts, eelgrass, the UCSB Campus Lagoon, Devereaux Slough and reefs. 2009 Download
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San Diego Sensitive Habitat Sensitive habitats identified in the San Diego Country Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan prepared by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG). Includes wintering and nesting areas of Western Snowy Plover, along with primary and alternate potential nesting areas of the California Least Tern. Also includes various types of vegetation that could potentially be impacted by sediment management and kelp persistence data from 1967 to 1999 along the San Diego coast. 2009 Download
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San Francisco Pinniped Haul-out Sites Seal and sea lion haul-out sites in California, including the offshore islands. Data may include population information (e.g., age, sex, abundance). 2007 Download
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San Francisco Open Coast Sensitive Habitat Sensitive habitats identified in the San Francisco Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan. Includes seal and sea lion haul-out sites in California, vegetation maps of National Parks and National Monuments, and San Francisco baywide eelgrass bed extents from 2003 and 2009. 2012 Download
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San Francisco Vegetation (GGNRA, 2009) Vegetation maps of National Parks and National Monuments support natural resources management, planning, research and interpretation. 2009 Link
Southern Monterey Bay Sensitive Habitat Sensitive habitats identified in the Southern Monterey Bay Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan prepared by the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG). This dataset only depicts the extent of the eelgrass meadow. 2008 Download
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Southern Monterey Bay Shalebeds Seafloor Mapping Lab at California State University Monterey Bay, Monterey Peninsula Point Pinos to Shalebeds Shaded Relief Image (GeoTiff), grayscale (2m). Please read the SFML Data Library Data Use Policy before downloading. 5/9/2012 Link
Erosion
Coastal Bluff Erosion (CCC) Coastal bluff areas in which bluff erosion rate data has been collected. 2005 Download
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CEMEX Mine Dredge Pond Location of the CEMEX beach sand mine and dredge pond at Lapis Sand Plant, Marina, CA. 2008 Download
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USGS California Coastal Change Rates and Historical Coasts Vectorized shorelines and long-term shoreline change rates of the entire California Coast. Data provided by the USGS National Assessment of Shoreline Change: A GIS Compilation of Vector Shorelines and Associated Shoreline Change Data for the Sandy Shorelines of the California Coast. 2/9/2012 Link
Geology
Offshore Substrate Benthic substrate information for the central/northern California region, classified into 5 categories: mud, sand, pebbles/cobbles/gravel (pcg), rock, and mud/rock mix. From the Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment. 5/9/2012 Download
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Offshore Surficial-Sediment (usSEABED) Known sediment samples, inspections, and probes from the usSEABED data collection for the U.S. Pacific continental margin. USGS Data Series 182, usSEABED: Pacific Coast Offshore Surficial-Sediment Data Release, version 1.0. 2/10/2012 Link
Beach Sand Deposits Beach deposits for the California coast, extracted from geologic maps at various scales along the California coast. Beach deposits refer specifically to sand. 2006 Download
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San Diego Nearshore Seafloor Substrate Seafloor substrate interpreted from multibeam echo sounder back scatter imagery and digital multispectral camera data in the SANDAG Nearshore Coastal Zone. 2002 Download
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San Francisco Offshore Geology and Benthic Habitats (GGNRA, 2009) Geology data layers included in the San Francisco Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan GIS deliverables. Includes offshore geologic units and benthic habitat out to the 3-mile limit and 'white zone' areas. From the GGNRA and the Center for Habitat Studies. 2011 Link
San Francisco Landslide Susceptibility (CGS, 2011) The relative likelihood of deep-seated landsliding based on regional estimates of rock strength and steepness of slopes. 2011 Download
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CGS Geologic Map Series Index Index map showing the areas covered by the individual sheets of the Geologic Atlas and the Regional Geologic map series. Individual maps available at the CGS Website. Links to individual maps listed below. 2012 Download
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1:100K Regional Geologic Map Series (CGS) 1:100K Regional Geologic Map Series rasters not available for download at this time. Rasters are available for viewing in an interactive Google Maps interface, links available below:
Lake TahoeMontereyOceansideSan Diego
Varies Link
1:250K Regional Geologic Map Series (CGS) 1:250K Regional Geologic Map Series rasters not available for download at this time. Rasters are available for viewing in an interactive Google Maps interface, links available below:
ChicoSacramentoSan Bernardino
San Francisco-San JoseSanta RosaWeed
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1:250K California Geologic Atlas Series (CGS) 1:250K California Geologic Atlas Series rasters not available for download at this time. Rasters are available for viewing in an interactive Google Maps interface, links available below:
AlturasBakersfieldDeath Valley
FresnoKingmanLong Beach
Los AngelesMariposaMonterey (Santa Cruz)
NeedlesReddingSalton Sea
San Diego-El CentroSan Luis ObispoSanta Ana
Santa MariaSusanville (Westwood)Trona
UkiahWalker Lake
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Jurisdictional Boundaries
Coastal Zone Boundary (CCC) California's coastal zone boundary reflects those areas within the jurisdiction of the California Coastal Commission or Local Coastal Plans (if authority delegated to the local entity). 2007 Download
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California Coastal Counties California Coastal Counties from Cal-Atlas. 1/23/2012 Link
Marine Jurisdictions Published marine boundaries from the NOAA Office of Coast Survey and the Bureau of Ocean and Energy Management. Includes contiguous zones, exclusive economic zones, the revenue sharing boundary, the state seaward boundary, and the territorial sea boundary. 12/12/2011 Link
Caltrans Districts California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) district boundaries. 4/11/2012 Link
Department of Fish and Wildlife Regions California Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) Region boundaries from the California Environmental Information Clearinghouse. 4/11/2012 Link
California Land Ownership & State Parks Statewide depiction of land ownership in California. It was developed as a compilation of multiple ownership sources, including California Protected Areas Database, Department of Defense lands, BIA/tribal lands, State prisons, and State universities. 2/6/2012 Link
Potential Sea Level Rise Impacts
Potential Sea Level Rise Impacts Geographic data created or modified by Pacific Institute researchers for the Impacts of Sea Level Rise on the California Coast project. Includes bluff and dune erosion hazards in a 55" sea level rise (SLR) scenario, 100-year flood baseline and 55" SLR, and MHHW baseline and 55" SLR scenario. 2/9/2012 Link
Sediment Sources and Placement > Existing & Potential Receiver Sites
Beach Erosion Concern Areas Beach Erosion Concern Areas (BECAs) and lines compiled by the CSMW identifying known areas where beach erosion is of concern to a State, Federal, or Regional entity. Last updated in March 2012. 2012 Download
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Beach Nourishment History Beach nourishment history for the California Coastline from the 1920s to 2000. 2008 Download
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Existing Sediment Placement Sites (USACE) Areas within which placement of dredged material occurs. 2012 Map Service
Coastal RSM Plan Receiver Site Recommendations
San Diego Receiver Areas Placement sites (both existing and proposed, onshore and nearshore) identified in the San Diego Country Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan, prepared by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG). 2009 Download
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Southern Monterey Bay Critical Erosion Sites Critical erosion sites identified in the Southern Monterey Bay Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan prepared by the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG). 2008 Download
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Southern Monterey Bay Proposed Receiver Site Proposed receiver sites identified in the Southern Monterey Bay Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan prepared by the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG). 2008 Download
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Ventura and Santa Barbara Beaches Beaches and recommended remediation from the Santa Barbara Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan, prepared by the Beach Erosion Authority for Clean Oceans and Nourishment (BEACON) deliverables. 2009 Download
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Orange County Harbor Beach Receiver Sites Harbor reciever sites from Everest (2009) 'Harbor Area Management Plan, In-Harbor Beach Replenishment Strategy', Technical Report. Prepared for Harbor Resources Division, City of Newport Beach with HAMP Team: Weston Solutions. June, 2009. Other receiver sites compiled from professional experience in the project area. 2012 Download
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Orange County Beach Receiver Sites The sites listed herein contain potential beaches within Orange County that can receive nourishment sediment. These sites have been identified in previous efforts as either in need or have received nourishment in the past. These could potentially be used in conjunction with sediment sources to serve purposes of coastal regional sediment management. 2012 Download
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Sediment Sources and Placement > Sediment Source Sites
Potential Offshore Sediment Borrow Sites Potential sediment sources that could be used to address coastal erosion which are offshore (away from the coast). 2009 Download
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Harbors Borrow Sites Harbor locations as possible sediment source sites as identified originally in the California Shoreline Database compiled by Noble Consultants for the California Division of Boating and Waterways (DBW). Later updates to the dataset were incorporated by CSMW in 2009. 2009 Download
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Potential Coastal & Upland Sediment Sources Potential coastal and upland sediment sources that could be used to address coastal erosion that are near or on the coast, including wetlands and river mouths, and upland. 2012 Download
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Coastal Dams Coastal dam locations as possible sediment source sites. Extract from the 2010 National Inventory of Dams (NID) that was approved for display. Data is not publically available for download. 2010 Map Service
Coastal RSM Plan Sediment Source Site Recommendations
Los Angeles County Offshore Sediment Deposits Location of offshore sediment deposits as determined from past reconnaisance field studies that may be utilized for beach nourishment. 2012 Download
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San Diego Sediment Sources Potential coastal, upland and offshore sediment sand sources identified in the San Diego Country Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan prepared by the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG). 2009 Download
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Southern Monterey Bay Sediment Sources Potential coastal, upland and offshore sediment sand sources identified in the Southern Monterey Bay Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan prepared by the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG). 2008 Download
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Santa Barbara Sediment Sources Potential coastal, inland and offshore sediment sand sources identified in the Santa Barbara Littoral Cell Coastal Regional Sediment Management Plan prepared by the Beach Erosion Authority for Clean Oceans and Nourishment (BEACON) deliverables. 2008 Download
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Orange County Offshore Borrow Sites Offshore borrow sites as identified originally in the California Shoreline Database compiled by Noble Consultants (Jon Moore). 2009 Download
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Orange County Harbor Borrow Sites Harbor locations as identified originally in the California Shoreline Database compiled by Noble Consultants (Jon Moore) for DBW. 2009 Download
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Orange County Upland Sediment Sources Upland debris basins and coastal borrow sites as identified originally in the California Shoreline Database compiled by Noble Consultants (Jon Moore). 2009 Download
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Transportation
USACE Navigation Channels USACE maintained navigation channel outlines. Also available via a web map service maintained by USACE San Francisco District eCoastal Team. 2012 Map Service
Railroads Railroads in California from the National Atlas of the United States of America. 2/7/2012 Link
USGS TNM Transportation The USGS transportation service from The National Map is based on TIGER/Line data provided through U.S. Census Bureau, with U.S. Forest Service data incorporated on some, but not all, National Forests. Some of the TIGER/Line data includes limited corrections done by USGS and contractors to USGS. Transportation data consists of roads, airports, railroads, and other features associated with the transport of people or commerce. The data include the name or route designator, classification, location, and for most roads, address ranges. Transportation data support general mapping and geographic information system technology analysis for applications such as routing and navigation, traffic safety, congestion mitigation, disaster planning, and emergency response. The National Map transportation data is commonly used with other data themes, such as elevation, boundaries, and hydrography, to produce general reference maps that often serve as base maps for special purpose mapping. For additional information, go to http://nationalmap.gov/transport.html. 2012 Map Service
Additional Data Sources
Marine Protected Areas (NOAA) GIS inventory from various federal, state, tribal and territorial entities to provide a publicly available source of comprehensive information on place-based marine conservation efforts under U.S. federal, state, territorial, local, and tribal jurisdiction. Data provided by the National Marine Protected Areas Center, clipped to the extent of the California Coast. Does not include the Marine Protected Areas adopted by the California Fish and Wildlife Commission. 11/17/2011 Link
California Seafloor Mapping Project The Seafloor Mapping Lab (SFML), within the Division of Science and Environmental Policy at California State University Monterey Bay, specializes in high-resolution acoustic remote sensing for coastal habitats. Combining research and education with state-of-the-art geospatial technology, the SFML offers unique hands-on, field-to-finish experience to students while conducting professional habitat mapping surveys for resource management and basic research along the continental margins. Link
NOAA Coastal LiDAR Inventory (2012) Available via a web map service maintained by NOAA Coastal Services Center. Includes footprints organized by data type representing the boundaries for data provisioned by the Digital Coast Data Access Viewer, and contains additional data and information from a variety of data sources, including non-NOAA data. 2012 Map Service
California Ocean Uses Atlas The California Ocean Uses Atlas Project is an innovative public-private partnership between NOAA's Marine Protected Areas Center and Marine Conservation Biology Institute. Spatial data for nearly 30 ocean uses were gathered through a series of participatory mapping workshops convened with regional ocean use experts throughout the state. The resulting atlas data provides baseline information regarding the location and extent to which the ocean environment is used for non-consumptive, fishing, and industrial and military activities. Link
A Biogeographic Assessment off North/Central California To Support the Joint Management Plan Review for Cordell Bank, Gulf of Farallones, and Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuaries by providing a suite of analytical products (maps, reports, tables) that identifies, characterizes and prioritizes the biological resources of the study area off central California. Link
Environmental Sensitivity Index (NOAA OR&R) Vector lines and polygons representing the coastal habitats of California (including birds, fish, aquatic vegetation, invertebrates, marine mammals, nests, reptiles and shoreline) as classified by the Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) classification system. NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R). 1/9/2012 Link
Kelp Canopy Surveys (DFW) Kelp bed administrative areas and surveys (1989-2011) for identification and management. Data was collected by the Marine Region GIS Unit: Natural Resource Layers, CA Department of Fish and Wildlife. 2/17/2012 Map Service
303(d) Listed Impaired Water Areas and Lines EPA 303(d) Listed Impaired Waters NHD Indexed Dataset, Watershed Assessment, Tracking & Environmental Results Geospatial Data Downloads page. 1/25/2012 Link
Web Map Services
nowCOAST Near Real-Time Observations http://nowcoast.noaa.gov/help/mapservices.shtml
NOAA Coastal Services Center Data Holdings http://www.csc.noaa.gov/ArcGISPUB/rest/services/DAV/DAV/MapServer
California Department of Fish and Wildlife Select Marine Habitat Features https://map.dfg.ca.gov/arcgis/rest/services/Project_Marine/Marine_Habitat/MapServer
California Department of Fish and Wildlife Select Marine Management Features https://map.dfg.ca.gov/arcgis/rest/services/Project_Marine/Marine_Management/MapServer
Interactive California Coastal Records Project Tool http://155.82.160.6/arcgis/rest/services/Imagery/CSMW_CaliforniaCoastlineImages/MapServer