C-CAP Land Cover Atlas (US National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration. Coastal Services Center) Online data viewer provides access to regional land cover and land cover change information for coastal California developed through NOAA’s Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP). Earliest imagery dates from 1996.
California Federal Public Lands Responsibility Map (US Bureau of Land Management) 1978 (map G 4361 G5 1978 U51; also Docs I 53.11:C12/4) 1:750,000 scale map showing federal, state, and private land ownership in California. For 1:100,000 scale mapping of land ownership in California, see the Surface Management Status series (map G 3701 G5 3100 U5) and the California map index.
California Rivers Assessment (CARA) (International Center for the Environment and California Resources Agency) For each of the 120 river basins in California five maps are available: hydrologic, vegetation, shaded relief, land ownership, and a 1:24,000 quad grid. Other nongraphic watershed statistics and information are also available. IceMaps2 provides interactive mapping capability.
Comprehensive Ocean Area Plan General Inventory (California Department of Navigation and Ocean Development) 1971 (Cal Doc N 540 C6p Pt.1 & Pt.2 folio) First major inventory of California's coastal zone prepared in support of the Comprehensive Ocean Area Plan. Two series, each with 127 maps at a scale of 1"=2,000 ft., map and classify California's coastal zone. Part 1: "Land Use/Site Characteristic Inventory" categorizes developed areas into 66 categories and undeveloped areas into 25 categories. Part II: "Land Ownership Inventory" delineates 30 categories of land ownership.
Land Ownership (California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Fire and Resource Assessment Program)
Management Landscape (California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Fire and Resource Assessment Program) Statewide map at a scale of 1:1 million classifies lands into eight predominant land uses.
Historical Progression of Development (California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Fire and Resource Assessment Program) 2000. Statewide map at a scale of 1:1 million that shows the historical progression of urban and suburban development by decade.
Public Ownership (California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Fire and Resource Assessment Program) 2000. Statewide map at a scale of 1:1 million has shows public land ownership by agency.
Regional Urbanization Maps (California Department of Conservation) Series of maps that depict land that has become urban since 1984 along with current "important farmland" data. Maps cover Sacramento area, San Francisco Bay region, and the San Joaquin Valley. For additional information see Farmland Mapping and Monitoring Program.