Ohio - Land Cover Fine Art Print Map
The Ohio River drainage extends from the eastern escarpments of the
Appalachians to the Mississippi Delta, spanning the forested eastern
third of the country and reaching the farmland core of the
mid-continent. Cities merge into unbroken stretches commonly over 50
miles long, and sometimes several times that. Pine belts divide areas of
more productive soils along the southern flanks of the Appalachians.
Farming is more prominent in those areas, as along the Great Valley and
its offshoots from Alabama to the Connecticut, and between the Ohio and
Scale: 1:500,000 or 1" = about 8 miles
Dimensions: All map dimensions are approximate.