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Section 1  
Figure 1-1 Regional Context Map
Figure 1-2 Plan  Area Map
   
Section 2  
Figure 2-1 Current Land Ownership in the Plan Area 
Figure 2-2 Land Status as of June 1, 2003 
Figure 2-3 Future Land Use without the Plan
Figure 2-4 Existing Public and Private Conservation Lands
   
Section 3  
Figure 3-1  Natural Communities and Development
Figure 3-2 Alternative 1
Figure 3-3 Alternative 2
Figure 3-4 Alternative 3
   
Section 4  
Figure 4-1 Conservation Areas
Figure 4-2 Existing Conservation in the MSHCP Reserve System
Figure 4-3 Complementary Conservation Areas
Figure 4-4 Local Permittee Lands to be Conserved
Figure 4-5 Essential Ecological Processes Conserved through General Plan Land Use Designations and Flood Control Standards 
Figure 4-6a Cabazon Conservation Area 
Figure 4-6b Cabazon Conservation Area Biological Resources 
Figure 4-6c Cabazon Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-6d Cabazon Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes & Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-6e Cabazon Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-7a Stubbe and Cottonwood Canyons Conservation Area 
Figure 4-7b Stubbe and Cottonwood Canyons Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-7c Stubbe and Cottonwood Canyons Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-7d Stubbe and Cottonwood Canyons Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes & Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-7e Stubbe and Cottonwood Canyons Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-7f Stubbe and Cottonwood Canyons Conservation Area Development Ratio Areas 
Figure 4-8a Snow Creek/Windy Point Conservation Area 
Figure 4-8b Snow Creek/Windy Point Conservation Area  Biological Resources
Figure 4-8c Snow Creek/Windy Point Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-8d Snow Creek/Windy Point Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes & Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-8e Snow Creek/Windy Point Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use 
Figure 4-9a Whitewater Canyon Conservation Area 
Figure 4-9b Whitewater Canyon Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-9c Whitewater Canyon Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-9d Whitewater Canyon Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes & Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-9e Whitewater Canyon Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use 
Figure 4-10a Highway 111/I-10 Conservation Area 
Figure 4-10b Highway 111/I-10 Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-10c Highway 111/I-10 Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-10d Highway 111/I-10 Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-11a Whitewater Floodplain Conservation Area
Figure 4-11b Whitewater Floodplain Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-11c Whitewater Floodplain Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-11d Whitewater Floodplain Conservation Area Essential Ecological Process & Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-11e Whitewater Floodplain Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-12a Upper Mission Creek/Big Morongo Canyon Conservation Area
Figure 4-12b Upper Mission Creek/Big Morongo Canyon Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-12c Upper Mission Creek/Big Morongo Canyon Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-12d Upper Mission Creek/Big Morongo Canyon Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes & Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-12e Upper Mission Creek/Big Morongo Canyon Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-12f Morongo Wash Special Provisions Area
Figure 4-13a Willow Hole Conservation Area
Figure 4-13b Willow Hole Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-13c Willow Hole Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-13d Willow Hole Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes & Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-13e Willow Hole Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-13f Willow Hole Conservation Area Conservation/Development Ratio Areas
Figure 4-14a Long Canyon Conservation Area
Figure 4-14b Long Canyon Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes
Figure 4-14c Long Canyon Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-15a Edom Hill Conservation Area
Figure 4-15b Edom Hill Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-15c Edom Hill Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-15d Edom Hill Conservation Area  Essential Ecological Processes & Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-15e Edom Hill Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-16a Thousand Palms Conservation Area
Figure 4-16b Thousand Palms Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-16c Thousand Palms Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-16d Thousand Palms Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes & Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-16e Thousand Palms Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-16f Thousand Palms Conservation Area Conservation/Development Ratio Areas
Figure 4-17a West Deception Canyon Conservation Area
Figure 4-17b West Deception Canyon Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes
Figure 4-17c West Deception Canyon Conservation Area Conservation & Land Use
Figure 4-18a Indio Hills/Joshua Tree National Park Linkage Conservation Area
Figure 4-18b Indio Hills/Joshua Tree National Park Linkage Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-18c Indio Hills/Joshua Tree National Park Linkage Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-18d Indio Hills/Joshua Tree National Park Linkage Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes & Biological Corridors & Linkages
Figure 4-18e Indio Hills/Joshua Tree National Park Linkage Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-18f Indio Hills/Joshua Tree National Park Linkage Conservation Area Conservation/Development Ratio Areas
Figure 4-19a Indio Hills Palms Conservation Area 
Figure 4-19b Indio Hills Palms Conservation Area – Biological Resources
Figure 4-19c Indio Hills Palms Linkage Conservation Area – Natural Communities
Figure 4-19d Indio Hills Palms Conservation Area Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-19e Indio Hills Palms Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-20a East Indio Hills Conservation Area
Figure 4-20b East Indio Hills Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-20c East Indio Hills Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-20d East Indio Hills Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-20e East Indio Hills Conservation Area Adams Ranch Corridor
Figure 4-20f East Indio Hills Conservation Area Post Mining Conservation Status
Figure 4-21a Joshua Tree National Park Conservation Area
Figure 4-21b Joshua Tree National Park Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-21c Joshua Tree National Park Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-21d Joshua Tree National Park Conservation Area Essential Ecological Processes
Figure 4-21e Joshua Tree National Park Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use 
Figure 4-22a Desert Tortoise and Linkage Conservation Area
Figure 4-22b Desert Tortoise and Linkage Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-22c Desert Tortoise and Linkage Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-22d Desert Tortoise and Linkage Conservation Area Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-22e Desert Tortoise and Linkage Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use 
Figure 4-23a Mecca Hills/Orocopia Mountains Conservation Area 
Figure 4-23b Mecca Hills/Orocopia Mountains Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-23c Mecca Hills/Orocopia Mountains Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-23d Mecca Hills/Orocopia Mountains Conservation Area Biological Corridors and Linkages
Figure 4-23e Mecca Hills/Orocopia Mountains Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use
Figure 4-24a Dos Palmas Conservation Area 
Figure 4-24b Dos Palmas Conservation Area – Biological Resources
Figure 4-24c Dos Palmas Conservation Natural Communities
Figure 4-24d Dos Palmas Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use 
Figure 4-25a Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel and Delta Conservation Area
Figure 4-25b Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel and Delta Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-25c Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel and Delta Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-25d Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel and Delta Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use   
Figure 4-26a Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area
Figure 4-26b Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Biological Resources
Figure 4-26c Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Natural Communities
Figure 4-26d(1) Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use (Zone 1)
Figure 4-26d(2) Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use (Zone 2)
Figure 4-26d(3) Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use (Zone 3)
Figure 4-26d(4) Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Conservation and Land Use (Zone 4)
Figure 4-26e(1) Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Take Authorization Area (Zone 1)
Figure 4-26e(1)A Shadowrock/City of Palm Springs Planning Area - 2 Special Provisions Area
Figure 4-26e(2) Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Take Authorization Area (Zone 2)
Figure 4-26e(2)A Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Palm Hills Special Provisions Area 
Figure 4-26e(3) Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Take Authorization Area (Zone 3)
Figure 4-26e(3)A Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Travertine Special Provisions Area
Figure 4-26e(4) Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area Take Authorization Area (Zone 4)
Figure 4-26f Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains Conservation Area - Water Sources
Section 5  
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Section 6  
Figure 6-1 Joint Review Process
Figure 6-2 Coachella Valley Fringe-toed Lizard Preserves
Section 7  
Figure 7-1 Take Authorization Areas Outside Conservation Areas
Figure 7-2 Interchange Projects and Associated Arterials
Figure 7-3 Additional Caltrans’ Projects
Figure 7-4 Local Transportation Projects
Figure 7-5a City of Cathedral City’s Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-5b City of Cathedral City’s Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-5c City of Cathedral City’s Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-5d City of Cathedral City’s Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-5e City of Cathedral City’s Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-5f City of Cathedral City’s Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-5g City of Cathedral City’s Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-6a  City of Palm Springs’ Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-6b City of Palm Springs’ Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-7 Coachella Valley Water District’s Covered Activities 
Figure 7-8 Imperial Irrigation District’s Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-9  Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District’s Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-10  Riverside County Waste Management Department’s Covered Activities in Conservation Areas
Figure 7-11 Existing and Proposed Trails 
Figure 7-12 Trails with Special Management Prescriptions
Figure 7-13  Deferred Palm Desert to La Quinta Connector Trail
Figure 7-14 Trails to be Deferred: Perimeter Trails/New Trails
Figure 7-15 Trails Addressed Separate from the Trails Plan
Figure 7-16 Trails with Bicycle Restrictions and Dog Use Areas
Section 8  
Figure 8-1 Organizational Structure and Decision Process for Monitoring and Management Programs
Figure 8-2 Reserve Management Units 
Figure 8-3 Existing Conservation Lands
Figure 8-4 Integration of the Monitoring Program and the Management Program
Figure 8-5 Adaptive Management Conceptual Model
Figure 8-6 Development of Niche Models from baseline survey data and GIS Habitat parameters
Figure 8-7 Aeolian Community Sand Process Model
Figure 8-8 Aeolian Sand Habitat Threats Model
Figure 8-9 Alluvial fan and wash Habitat threats model
Figure 8-10 Riparian Habitat threats model
Figure 8-11 Marsh Habitat threats model
   
Section 9  
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Section 10  
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