Sun setting against an orange sky over the ocean

Coastal Visitation Patterns at Cabrillo National Monument

Cabrillo National Monument (San Diego, CA, USA) is a pint-sized unit of the National Park System (0.65 terrestrial km2) that attracts an average of 850,720 visitors annually (IRMA, SRSS Reports, mean visitation 2011–2020). The coastal area of the park contains well-preserved and sensitive natural resources, including sea cliffs, maritime sage scrub, and rocky intertidal habitat. Understanding small-scale visitor use patterns to this area can guide … Continue reading Coastal Visitation Patterns at Cabrillo National Monument