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  • SF State map: Northwest
    of the map or other map needs call Russell at 415 338 3008 or e mail rkilhick sfsu edu Accessible path key Accessible Route This path generally conforms to accessibility standards Ramp 5 8 3 Complying ramp along the accessible route Partially Accessible Route This path generally conforms to accessibility standards but there may be excessive cross slope over 2 or other irregularities in a portion of the path often along the path edge There is usually a 48 wide complying path along these routes though it may not be a straight or direct line Areas that may be a travel hazard where the slope exceeds the standard maximum ramp slope 8 3 or the cross slope is significant exceeds 4 Lighter shade indicates path continues underneath overhang Note The map and information on pathways are limited by the scale The accessible route should be clear to a person at a location while the dashed line is intended to indicate where keener observation may be necessary to locate the accessible route Pathways are generally asphalt and subject to weathering erosion uplifting and other changes that may create navigational issues SFSU is committed to maintaining the accessible route Please report any

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sfsumap/northwest.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • SFSU Campus Map: B&W Photocopy
    B W photocopy Other map links Bay Area PDF Downtown Campus PDF Building maps Smoking areas Tours of campus Online tour In person tours Other links Directions Parking Disability access Access alerts Adobe PDF reader Resources Disability Programs and Resource Center DPRC 415 338 2472 Russell for EPS version or other map needs Contact Capital Planning Design and Construction Hours M F 9 a m 5 p m E mail Russell Phone 415 338 3008 Fax 415 338 2960 Address 1600 Holloway Ave San Francisco CA 94132 Facilities Room 202 Leonard Library rennovation Last Update 8 23 2012 Making a black and white photocopy of the campus map The downloadable PDF of the campus map either color or black and white is designed to produce a high quality print from your laser or inkjet printer However when you reproduce that print on a copy machine important detail can be lost What is happening is that the dot resolution of your printer either 300 or 600 dpi or dots per inch is too high for the copy machine to read For better results reduce the resolution of your print make the dots bigger so that the copy machine can reproduce it

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sfsumap/photocopy.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Map of SFSU Smoking Areas - San Francisco State University
    Campus Image Photos of SF State students and scenes from around campus Working for SF State and beyond Home Designated Areas Resources Related Link Smoke free Policy Contact E mail smokefree sfsu edu Last Update 3 12 2012 dr Online

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~news/announce/smokemap.htm (2016-02-13)
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    Original URL path: /outreach/tours.htm (2016-02-13)


  • Conference Rental Program - SF State Downtown Campus
    Search SF State Downtown Campus Conference Rentals mage Photos of SF State students at the San Francisco State University Downtown Campus 835 Market Street San Francisco Nearby Hotels Parking and Transportation Quick Links College of Business College of Extended Learning and International Affairs Last Update Dec 3 2014 SF State s New Downtown Campus The Downtown Campus is available for rental opportunities To reserve a rental please contact Dania Russell

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~downtown/rental/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    more June 19 24 2016 Paul Opler and Evi Buckner 348 1 SFSU Unit Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keyword Butterflies in the subject line High Country Writing Retreat Learn more June 19 24 2016 Sarah Rabkin 398 Workshop Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keyword Writing Retreat in the subject line Introduction to Wildlife Tracking Learn more June 24 27 2016 Mark Kudrav 250 Workshop Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keyword Tracking in the subject line Moths of California Learn more June 24 26 2016 Paul Opler and Jerry Powell 225 Workshop Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keyword Moths in the subject line Flora of the Northern Sierra Nevada Learn more June 26 July 1 2016 Bob Patterson 348 1 SFSU Unit Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keyword Flora in the subject line Beginning Birding Learn more June 26 July 1 2016 David Lukas 378 Workshop Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keyword Beginning Birding in the subject line Mammals of the Sierra Nevada Learn more June 27 July 2 2016 Chris Wemmer and Bill Wilson 378 Workshop Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keyword Mammals in the subject line Classics and the Environment Learn more July 3 8 2016 David Smith 348 1 SFSU Unit Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keyword Classics in the subject line The Way of Water in Your Watercolor Nature Journal Learn more July 3 8 2016 Kristin Meuser 378 Workshop Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keywords Way of Water in the subject line Natural History of the Gold Lakes Basin Learn more July 3 8 2016 David Lukas 398 Workshop Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keyword Natural History GLB in the subject line Fly Fishing in the North Yuba Watershed Learn more July 8 10 2016 Trent Kirshner 295 Workshop Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keywords Fly Fishing in the subject line Biogeomorphology of Sierra Nevada Streams and Meadows Learn more July 8 15 2016 Jerry Davis 646 2 SFSU Units Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keywords Biogeomorphology in the subject line Insect Biology and Identification Learn more July 10 15 2016 John Hafernik 348 1 SFSU Unit Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the keyword Insects in the subject line Perfecting Your Presentation Fly Fishing in the North Yuba Watershed Learn more July 15 17 2016 Trent Kirshner 295 Workshop Class open Request registration materials by emailing sfsu snfc gmail com include the

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/Courses.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    towards the goal of producing a flora of Sierra Valley Dr Peter Busher and Earthwatch volunteers have examined small mammal populations within Spotted Owl roosting areas Jim Steele and John McCormick are investigating Neotropical Migratory Bird populations This project has been funded by the U S Forest Service for the past 5 years A special emphasis has been on dispersal patterns as a function of elevation A brief summary of this work is presented below Land managers must evaluate what constitutes critical habitat for species of concern For migratory passerine birds the breeding grounds and wintering grounds are characterized as critical habitat For waterfowl however land managers distinquish among three critical habitats breeding grounds molting grounds and wintering grounds Our research suggests that some passerines rely on three critical habitats similar to waterfowl Orange crowned Warblers in the Sierra Nevada breed mostly below 3500 feet elevation After fledging young in May and June they disperse to higher elevations They begin and complete molt away from their breeding grounds Adults may remain at a higher elevation site upwards to 70 days if conditions are favorable while they molt Individuals return to these sites the following year similar to the site fidelity shown for their breeding grounds However in dry years where conditions are not favorable adults will move out to different habitat apparently at higher elevation Nonetheless it appears that they become sedentary at these new sites Hatching year birds do not show the same sedentary behavior during this time and become concentrated in great abundance in sites at higher elevations than the adults The become particularly concentrated in meadows dominated by willow Both adults and hatching year birds depend on habitats at elevations above the breeding grounds for more than two months This is the time between fledging young and

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/Research.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Sierra Nevada Field campus
    CONTACT DIRECTIONS Restoration Carmen Valley Watershed Degraded Carmen Valley Restored And Effects On Birds Restoration Effect On Bats RESTORATION Stay tuned under construction SF STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~sierra/Restoration.html (2016-02-13)
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