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Table of Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Part I:
Executive Summary
Part II:
The Affected Environment
  I. Regional Context
  II. Sanctuary Resources
  III. Human ActivitiesI
  IV. Existing Resource Protection Regime
Part III:
Alternatives Including The Preferred Alternative
  I. Boundary Alternatives
  II.Regulatory Alternatives
  III. Management Alternatives
Part IV
Environmental Concequences
  I. Boundary Alternatives
  II. Regulatory Alternatives
  III. Management Alternative Consequences
  IV. Unavoidable Adverse Environmental or Socioeconomic Effects
  V. Relationship Between Short-term Uses of the Environment and the Maintenance and Enhancement of Long-term Productivity
Part V:
Sanctuary Management Plan
  I. Introduction
  II. Resource Protection
  III. Research
  IV. Education
  V. Administration
Part VI:
List of Preparers and Alternatives
Part VII:
List of Agencies, Organizations, and Persons Receiving Copies
Part VIII:
References
Part IX
Appendices
Table#
Title
Printed
Page #
1
Resources - Uses within Boundary Alternatives
I-12

2a & b

Environmental Consequences of Regulations part a& b
I-13
2b & c
Environmental Consequences of Regulations part c & d
I-14
3
Long-Term Average Freshwater Discharges
II-20
4
Fish Kills by County: 1985-1989
II-24
5

Representative Algae Associated with Habitats

II-33
6
Representative Invertebrates Associated with Habitats
II-35

7

Representative Fishes Associated with Habitats
II-39

8

Representative Seabirds and their Seasonal Status
II-41

9

Marine Mammals
II-45
10
Units of the California State Park System and Special Areas Managed by CDF&G
II-55
11

Restrictions on the Recreational Taking of Invertebrates in Tide Pools or Other Areas Between the High Tide Mark

II-56
12
Fisheries Data for the Ports of Santa Cruz, Moss Landing, Monterey-Salinas and Princeton
II-64
13
Trips of Drafts of Vessel Traffic in through San Francisco Bay Entrance
II-71
14
Land Use by County and Watershed
II-95
15
Major Species of Fish Caught
II-100
16
Fish Caught by Commercial Party Boat Fleet for the Ports of Santa Cruz, Monterey and Moss Landing
II-101
17a
Boundary Alternative 1, Summary of Resources and Uses
III-8
17b
Boundary Alternative 1, Summary of Resources and Uses cont.
III-9
18a
Boundary Alternative 2, Summary of Resources and Uses
III-12
18b
Boundary Alternative 2, Summary of Resources and Uses cont.
III-13
19a
Boundary Alternative 3, Summary of Resources and Uses
III-16
19b
Boundary Alternative 3, Summary of Resources and Uses cont.
III-17
20a
Boundary Alternative 4, Summary of Resources and Uses
III-22
20b
Boundary Alternative 4, Summary of Resources and Uses cont.
III-23
21a
Boundary Alternative 5, Summary of Resources and Uses
III-24
21b

Boundary Alternative 5, Summary of Resources and Uses cont.

III-25
22a
Boundary Alternative 6, Summary of Resources and Uses
III-28
22b
Boundary Alternative 6, Summary of Resources and Uses cont.
III-29
23a
Boundary Alternative 7, Summary of Resources and Uses
III-32
23b
Boundary Alternative 7, Summary of Resources and Uses cont.
III-33
24a
Potential Impacts of Sanctuary Regulations
III-38
24b
Potential Impacts of Sanctuary Regulations cont.
III-39
25
Catch Restrictions for Species of Commercial Fisheries
III-77
26
Environmental Consequences of Boundary Alternatives
IV-6
27a
Environmental Consequences of Regulations
IV-18
27b
Environmental Consequences of Regulations cont.
IV-19
28
Summary of Threats from Oil and Gas Activities
IV-20
29
Potential Oil and Gas Impacts Mitigated by NOAA's Preferred Alternative
IV-23
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