Pacific Regional Office: Who We Are

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150 Post Street, Suite 310
San Francisco, CA 94108

Main: 415.989.9921
Fax: 415.989.9926
Email: pacific@npca.org

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Poaching will eliminate 19 species from the parks?

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The Pacific region's 31 parks are studies in contrasts and extremes. Only 100 miles separate the lowest point in the United States (Death Valley) from the highest point in the lower 48 (Mount Whitney in Sequoia National Park). Its stark desert environments contain as much mystery and beauty as its underwater kelp forests and coral reefs. Known best for its natural resource parks, the Pacific is also rich in historic resources.

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Air Pollution in California's National Parks
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Joshua Tree National Park

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Air Pollution, Climate Change and California's National Parks
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Golden Gate National Recreation Area

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Defending the Desert
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Pacific Deserts

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