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1. Landslide Areas: Jackson Demonstration State Forest, California, 2002

2002. California. Division of Mines and Geology and California. Department of Conservation. This polygon shapefile shows areas of landslide activity for the Jackson Demonstration State Forest (JDSF), which is predominantly located on the c... California. Division of Mines and Geology.

2. Landslides (Points): Noyo River Watershed, California, 2000

2000. California. Division of Mines and Geology. Coverage contains landslide data represented as points for the Noyo River Watershed, which lies within the Coast Ranges physiographic province of C... California. Division of Mines and Geology.

3. Landslides (Polygons): Noyo River Watershed, California, 2000

2000. California. Division of Mines and Geology. Coverage shows landslide data represented as polygons (regions) for the Noyo River Watershed, which lies within the Coast Ranges physiographic prov... California. Division of Mines and Geology.

4. Mapping Symbology: Noyo River Watershed, California, 2000

2000. California. Division of Mines and Geology. This file contains the geologic mapping symbology, such as landslide scarps and direction of movement arrows, as well as prior landslide activity, ... California. Division of Mines and Geology.

5. Relative Landslide Potential: Jackson Demonstration State Forest, California, 2002

2002. California. Division of Mines and Geology and California. Department of Conservation. This polygon file depicts relative landslide potential for the Jackson Demonstration State Forest (JDSF), which is predominantly located on the coa... California. Division of Mines and Geology.

6. Relative Landslide Potential: Noyo River Watershed, California, 2000

2000. California. Division of Mines and Geology. This polygon shapefile depicts relative landslide potential for the Noyo River Watershed, which lies within the Coast Ranges physiographic province... California. Division of Mines and Geology.