Township and Range - California Department of Pesticide Regulation.
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Much of California's land was already in private ownership when the Federal Public Land
Survey was done in the late 1800's. Private lands were not included in the survey. As a result, there are large gaps in the
official PLSS data. The California Department of Pesticide Regulation has
"filled the gaps" for their purposes of locating pesticide use and water wells.
Not for survey use
Displays townships, and sections. Calculates area, centroid, and corner points.
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The data shows the township and range systems. It does not show individual properties or parcels.
In mountainous areas it might be helpful to turn off the terrain layer in Google
Earth. Otherwise, the survey grid can look distorted as it shapes itself to
the earth's surface.
Information: California Department of Pesticide Regulation Township and Range
California’s pesticide use reporting program is internationally recognized as the
most comprehensive of its kind. DPR annually collects and processes more than
2.5 million records of chemical applications....Reports include the amount and name
of pesticide applied, date and location (section, township, range) of the application....
Excerpted from Regulating Pesticides: The California Story, a Guide to Pesticide
Regulation in California
available at www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/pressrls/dprguide1.htm
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EARTH POINT DISCLAIMER:
Not for survey use. This data represents an extension of the federal PLSS
prepared by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation. Gaps and irregularities
caused by civil land grants have been mathematically filled without the benefit
of field surveys. Townships, ranges, and sections are an extrapolation, and
might not exist in the federal survey.
For illustration only. User to verify all information. Data produced by
California Department of Pesticide Regulation is not guaranteed. Federal PLSS
gaps were filled mathematically without the benefit of field surveys.