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Interactive EPA Ecoregions Map for New York

Based on Ecoregions developed by the EPA, Plantmaps Ecoregions describe areas of general similarity in ecosystems and in the type, quality, and quantity of environmental resources, as well as similarity of climate that can assist New York gardenders.

58a - Taconic Mountains
58aa - Acid Sensitive Adirondacks
58ab - Northern and Western Adirondack Foothills
58ac - Eastern Adirondack Foothills
58ad - Central Adirondacks
58ae - Tug Hill Plateau
58af - Tug Hill Transition
58ag - Rensselaer Plateau
58b - Western New England Marble Valleys
58e - Berkshire Transition
58i - Glaciated Reading Prong
58j - Upper Montane/Alpine Zone
58x - Taconic Foothills
58y - Catskill High Peaks
58z - Adirondack High Peaks
59c - Southern New England Coastal Plains and Hills
59g - Long Island Sound Coastal Lowland
59i - Hudson Valley
60a - Glaciated Low Plateau
60b - Northeastern Uplands
60c - Catskills Transition
60d - Finger Lakes Uplands and Gorges
60e - Glaciated Allegheny Hills
60f - Cattaraugus Hills
61c - Low Lime Drift Plain
62b - Low Poconos
62d - Unglaciated Allegheney High Plateau
64b - Trap Rock and Conglomerate Uplands
64e - Glaciated Triassic Lowlands
64g - Hackensack Meadowlands
67j - Northern Glaciated Limestone Valleys
67k - Northern Glaciated Shale and Slate Valleys
67l - Northern Glaciated Limestone Ridges, Valleys, and Terraces
67m - Northern Glaciated Ridges
83a - Erie Lake Plain
83b - Champlain Lowlands
83c - Ontario Lowlands
83d - St. Lawrence Lowlands
83e - Upper St. Lawrence Valley
83f - Mohawk Valley
84a - Cape Cod and Islands
84c - Barrier Islands - Coastal Marshes