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NameColor on MapEPA Code‡
Lake Superior Clay Plain50a
Menominee-Drummond Lakeshore50aa
Cheboygan Lake Plain50ab
Onaway Moraines50ac
Vanderbilt Moraines50ad
Mio Plateau50ae
Cadillac Hummocky Moraines50af
Newaygo Barrens50ag
Tawas Lake Plain50ah
Minnesota/Wisconsin Upland Till Plain50b
St. Croix Pine Barrens50c
Superior Mineral Ranges50d
Chequamegon Moraines and Outwash Plain50e
Blue Hills50f
Chippewa Lobe Rocky Ground Moraines50g
Perkinstown End Moraines50h
Northern Wisconsin Highlands Lakes Country50i
Brule and Paint River Drumlins50j
Wisconsin/Michigan Pine Barrens50k
Menominee Drumlins and Ground Moraine50l
Mesabi Range50m
Boundary Lakes and Hills50n
Glacial Lakes Upham and Aitkin50o
Toimi Drumlins50p
Itasca and St. Louis Moraines50q
Chippewa Plains50r
Nashwauk/Marcell Moraines and Uplands50s
North Shore Highlands50t
Keweenaw-Baraga Moraines50u
Winegar Dead Ice Moraine50v
Michigamme Highland50w
Grand Marais Lakeshore50x
Seney-Tahquamenon Sand Plain50y
Rudyard Clay Plain50z

† Status: ✓ = Complete ○ = Needs Image … = Incomplete ∅ = Stub Only

This code refers to the US EPA's Level 4 ecoregion codes for the continental U.S., see here.


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