West Virginia Level 4 Ecoregions Map

er66a - Northern Igneous Ridges
er66b - Northern Sedimentary and Metasedimentary Ridges
er67a - Northern Limestone/Dolomite Valleys
er67b - Northern Shale Valleys
er67c - Northern Sandstone Ridges
er67d - Northern Dissected Ridges and Knobs
er67f - Southern Limestone/Dolomite Valleys and Low Rolling Hills
er67g - Southern Shale Valleys
er67h - Southern Sandstone Ridges
er69a - Forested Hills and Mountains
er69b - Uplands and Valleys of Mixed Land Use
er69c - Greenbriar Karst
er69d - Dissected Appalachian Plateau
er70a - Permian Hills
er70b - Monongahela Transition Zone
er70c - Pittsburgh Low Plateau
er70f - Ohio/Kentucky Carboniferous Plateau

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 West Virginia gardenders.

Ecoregion Maps for Neighboring States

  • Kentucky Interactive Level 4 Ecoregions Map
  • Maryland Interactive Level 4 Ecoregions Map
  • Ohio Interactive Level 4 Ecoregions Map
  • Pennsylvania Interactive Level 4 Ecoregions Map
  • Virginia Interactive Level 4 Ecoregions Map

Related West Virginia Maps:

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