SDE Feature Class
Laguna Beach, San Juan Capistrano, 2007, Trabuco Creek Watershed, San Juan Creek Watershed, invasive plants, Laguna Niguel, Dana Point, Mission Viejo, Aliso Creek Watershed, Canary Island date palm, Phoenix canariensis, Segunda Deshecha Watershed, San Mateo Creek Watershed, Orange County, Salt Creek Watershed, environment, Lake Forest, biota, Laguna Hills, weeds, Prima Deshecha Watershed, Aliso Viejo, San Clemente, California, Oso Creek Watershed
The collected data represent a baseline survey of selected invasive plants within the riparian corridors of southern Orange County coastal watersheds.
This dataset provides the known distribution of Canary Island date palm (Phoenix canariensis) in southern Orange County. The surveys were conducted from May to June, 2007 and were funded by the California Department of Fish and Game. There are four other datasets on invasive plants for this area delineating the distribution of pampas grass, Arundo, Mexican fan palm, and 12 other invasive species.
Project Manager - Jason Giessow; Technician - Jason Casanova; Field mapper - Brad Roth
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