Virginia
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Natural Geography of Virginia

Virginia’s diverse geography can be divided into natural categories such as ecoregions, corridors and watersheds that can help in conservation planning and priority setting.

Naturally Defined Geographies of Virginia

  • Ecoregions in Virginia

    Using ecoregions as a framework for assessing the distribution and status of species and ecosystems makes biological sense, compared to using politically derived lines like county, state or national boundaries.

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