Salt Point 38.639622 38.479620 -123.482704 -123.278809 Fort Ross 38.556494 38.396794 -123.305678 -123.102404 Bodega Bay 38.411542 38.252067 -123.172536 -122.969899 Tomales Point 38.255180 38.095716 -123.097226 -122.895023 Point Reyes 38.098263 37.938810 -123.094511 -122.892742 Drakes Bay 38.038192 37.878737 -122.966411 -122.764735 depth to transgressive surface Area Map block (sq km) MIN MAX MEAN STD Salt Point 117 -110.0 -0.2 -82.8 21.7 Fort Ross 100 -102.1 0.0 -65.6 26.0 Bodega Bay 128 -100.7 2.2 -52.2 28.3 Tomales Point 108 -86.5 -4.4 -49.2 19.5 Point Reyes 175 -89.5 -0.1 -52.1 22.7 Drakes Bay 89 -75.8 -1.1 -38.0 12.2Additional information about the field activities from which this data set was derived are available online at
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|Intermediate||Contours at 5m interval|
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