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  • Glaciated areas of Ohio and Indiana feature a beech-maple forest defined by American beech and sugar maple.

    Eastern Broadleaf Forest (Continental) Province (Bailey)

  • Glaciated during the Pleistocene, most of the ecoregion is still covered by glaciers and ice fields.

    Ecoregions of the United States-Level III (EPA)

  • •Today, small grain, corn, hay, and general farming predominates, with woodland growing on steeper sites; forest cover is much less than in the nearby, more rugged Northern Glaciated Ridges (67m).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • •Glaciated, undulating plains that are dominated by urban activity, underlain by Triassic sedimentary rock, and covered by Wisconsinan-age drift.

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Physiographically, lithologically, and botanically distinct from the Triassic Lowlands (64a), Trap Rock Ridges and Palisades (64b), and Glaciated Triassic Lowlands (64e).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Physiographically, lithologically, and botanically distinct from the Triassic Lowlands (64a), Trap Rock Ridges and Palisades (64b), and Glaciated Triassic Lowlands (64e).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Locally, soils developed from loess, or in the north, from Pre - Wisconsinan drift; relatively unleached Wisconsinan till is absent unlike in the Glaciated Triassic Lowlands (64e) where it is common.

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Glaciated terrain is common and characterized by U-shaped valleys, moraines, cirques, tarns, and outwash features.

    Ecoregions of Montana (EPA)

  • The lithologic and physiographic mosaic of Ecoregion 67l is distinct from that of the more rugged Northern Glaciated Ridges (67m), the glaciated and lakestudded plateau of Ecoregion 62b, the Northern Glaciated Shale and Slate Valleys (67k), and the NorthernGlaciated Limestone Valleys (67j).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

  • Lacks the numerous lakes, relatively unleached Wisconsinan glacial deposits, and associated soils of the Glaciated Reading Prong (58i).

    Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)

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