The Guadalupe Restoration Project generates a number of reports,
which are available for public review at Unocals Guadalupe
Field office and through links within this website to pdf files.
Weekly Onsite Environmental Coordinator Report
All activities at the site are monitored by the Onsite Environmental Coordinator, who publishes periodic reports.
To request older reports, please contact the Guadalupe Field Office.
Current annual reports from Cal Poly's Environmental Biotechnology Institute (EBI):
Bacteria in Phytoremediation (C8 and O13 Sites)
Effect of Steam Treatment
2005 Monitoring of Revegetation (C8 Site)
Ecological Monitoring Report (QEMR)
All ecological monitoring activities from establishing pre-construction
baseline conditions, construction disturbance activities, and post-construction
restoration are summarized in the QEMR. Every project-related disturbance
is shown on an aerial photo and tracked with a reference number.
The QEMR also summarizes site-wide ecological monitoring of sensitive
wildlife species (i.e., California red-legged frog, and Western
snowy plover), weed eradication activities and the status of restoration
activities. QEMRs documenting ecological
monitoring from January 2000 are available on CD, and include a copy of the Habitat
Inventory and Ecological Database (HIED). The HIED, which is updated annually, includes a list
of all plant and animal species known to exist at the Guadalupe
Restoration Project and the habitats where they occur. The HIED
also includes maps from the geographical information system (GIS)
database showing the habitat types, the occurrence of sensitive
plants and animals and relative coverage of invasive exotics (i.e.,
The QEMR is available on CD; copies may be obtained by contacting the Guadalupe Field Office.