North Carolina Level 4 Ecoregions Map

er45a - Southern Inner Piedmont
er45b - Southern Outer Piedmont
er45c - Carolina Slate Belt
er45e - Northern Inner Piedmont
er45f - Northern Outer Piedmont
er45g - Triassic Basins
er45i - Kings Mountain
er63b - Chesapeake-Pamlico Lowlands and Tidal Marshes
er63c - Swamps and Peatlands
er63d - Virginian Barrier Islands and Coastal Marshes
er63e - Mid-Atlantic Flatwoods
er63g - Carolinian Barrier Islands and Coastal Marshes
er63h - Carolina Flatwoods
er63n - Mid-Atlantic Floodplains and Low Terraces
er65c - Sand Hills
er65l - Vidalia Upland
er65m - Rolling Coastal Plain
er65p - Southeastern Floodplains and Low Terraces
er66c - New River Plateau
er66d - Southern Crystalline Ridges and Mountains er66d - Southern Sedimentary Ridges
er66g - Southern Metasedimentary Mountains er66g - High Mountains
er66j - Broad Basins er66j - Amphibolite Mountains
er66l - Eastern Blue Ridge Foothills er66l - Sauratown Mountains

Based on Ecoregions developed by the EPA this map 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 North Carolina gardenders.

Ecoregion Maps for Neighboring States

  • Georgia Interactive Level 4 Ecoregions Map
  • South Carolina Interactive Level 4 Ecoregions Map
  • Tennessee Interactive Level 4 Ecoregions Map
  • Virginia Interactive Level 4 Ecoregions Map

Related North Carolina Maps:

  • North Carolina Last Frost Date Map
  • North Carolina 1990 USDA Hardiness Zone Map
  • North Carolina 2012 USDA Hardiness Zone Map
  • North Carolina First Frost Date Map
  • North Carolina Last Frost Date Map
  • Map of North Carolina Record High/Low Temperatures
  • North Carolina Interactive Drought Monitor Map
  • North Carolina Drought Index Map
  • North Carolina Heat Zones Map
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