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Landforms, Northern Appalachians

Landforms are a component of the Ecological Land Units (ELUs), used in The Nature Conservancy Eastern Division's ecoregional planning processes. A "landform" is any physical, recognizable form or feature on the earth's surface that has a characteristic shape and that is produced by natural causes (USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service). This dataset was developed as part of "Resilient Sites for Terrestrial Conservation in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region"

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Data Type Raster
Resolution 30 meters
Status Complete
Creator Organization The Nature Conservancy, Eastern Division
Landforms, Northern Appalachians

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