Land Cover of the Mid-Atlantic Coast Fine Art Print Map
The Mid-Atlantic Region is dominated in most areas by mixed deciduous
woodlands and forests. Evergreen forests fade in importance from south
to north, with prominent exceptions in the New Jersey Pine Barrens and
the Adirondacks of New York. Farmlands are found everywhere, but for the
most part scattered, as the farming economy has left less productive
land and the car and rising populations have spread urbanization across
formerly agricultural lowlands.
This map includes all of the coast from the western
edge of Narraganset Bay south to Santee Point in South Carolina.
Coverage includes all of Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania,
Maryland, and Delaware, along with most of New York, Massachusetts, and
eastern Virginia and North Carolina.
Dimensions: All dimensions are approximate.