Land Cover of the Gulf Coast Fine Art Print Map
The Gulf Coast is notable for very extensive wetlands. Open marshlands
include most of the Texas and Louisiana coastlines, and Florida’s famous Everglades. From the Mississippi Delta through Florida, heavily timbered
woody wetlands are prominent. The country’s best known example is
mostly in Georgia, but its Suwanee River outlet crosses Florida.
Southwestern Florida includes a narrow fringe of the country’s only
coastal mangrove swamp.
This map is centered roughly on New Orleans.
It includes the Atlantic Coast up to Charleston, South Carolina; on the west, it extends
along the entire Texas coast and another 150 miles south beyond the Rio Grande.
The map covers much of Texas, all of Louisiana and Florida, and the southern halves of
Mississippi, Alabama, and
Dimensions: All dimensions are approximate