An atlas of Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, featuring bathymetric and topographic information. Note: this map is intended to be printed as a 16.66 x 25 inch poster.
This map is provided for your personal and educational use.
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Central California National Marine Sanctuaries
Three contiguous national marine sanctuaries off the central California coast.
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Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary
Color map of the sanctuary showing color-tinted hillshade and bathymetric features. This base layer is provided by NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI).
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Management Area of Greater Farallones and Cordell Bank national marine sanctuaries
GFNMS and CBNMS also manages the northern area of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS) from the Santa Cruz-San Mateo County line (in Año Nuevo Bay) to the MBNMS northern boundary, off the coast of southern Marin County and accepts permit applications for this region. Read more about permit applications.
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Regulatory Zones of Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary
This map shows all regulatory zones within Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary. To view detailed information on each inset, click on the inset labels (Inset 1 – Inset 11)
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Monitoring & Data Collection
Beach Watch Actively Surveyed Beaches
Beach Watch is a long-term, volunteer citizen science monitoring program that helps protect and understand our coastal resources. This map shows actively surveyed beach segments. Learn more about the Beach Watch Program.
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LiMPETS Intertidal Monitoring Sites
The Rocky Intertidal Monitoring Program is an in-depth education and citizen science monitoring program for high school students, educators, and volunteer groups.
Our participants are trained to survey key invertebrate and algal species at established monitoring sites along the coast of California. Learn how to get involved with this program.
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LiMPETS Sandy Beach Monitoring Sites
The Sandy Beach Monitoring Program is an in-depth education and monitoring program for middle and high school students, educators, and volunteer groups.
Participants are trained to survey the distribution and abundance of the Pacific mole crab (Emerita analoga) at monitoring sites along the coast of California. Learn how to get involved with this program.
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