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area name, geography, Western Riverside County, California
This dataset is meant to be used with the following datasets: Animals, Multi-Species HCP - Western Riverside County [ds989] Rare Plants, Multi-Species HCP - Western Riverside County [ds998] Non-native Plants, Multi-Species HCP - Western Riverside County [ds1093]
The Biological Monitoring Program is a part of the Western Riverside County Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP), which was permitted in June, 2004. The Monitoring Program monitors the status of 146 Covered Species within a designated Conservation Area to provide information to permittees, land managers, the public, and wildlife agencies (i.e., the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service). Monitoring Program activities are guided by MSHCP species objectives for each Covered Species, the information needs identified in Section 5.3 of the MSHCP (http://www.rctlma.org/mshcp/volume1/sec5.html#5.3) or elsewhere in the document, and the information needs of the permittees. The Biological Monitoring Program seeks to provide sufficient scientifically reliable data to assess the MSHCP's effectiveness at meeting resource objectives and achieving or maintaining a healthy MSHCP Conservation Area in perpetuity.
This is a shapefile depicting the geographic locations of general area names used by the Western Riverside County Biological Monitoring Program.
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