CPAD – California’s Protected Areas Database

GreenInfo Network’s CPAD has been updated and is ready for download or use through a web service – go to www.CALands.org for details.  The new data set expands the number of agencies with holdings to almost 1,000 and adds significantly in San Diego County, plus many other improvements.  This data version (CPAD 2013b) also has more detailed subtypes for agencies (you can now query for “Land Trusts” and other sub types), and an initial default Gap (biodiversity) rank field.  You can review and comment on the data, and take a simple online evaluation survey at www.CALands.org/revise.  Questions?  Send email to cpad@calands.org.

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