US Regions Map | Geographic Regions of USA
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A region is an area of land that has common features. A region can be defined by natural or artificial features. Language, government, or religion can define a region, as can forests, wildlife, or climate. The Map of USA Features 50 States and 1 Federal District. According to US Census Bureau, US Regions Map is divided into 4 statistical regions, with 9 divisions: the Northeast, the South, the Midwest, and the West, each with different climates, economies, and people.
The Regions of the United States
|Region 1 (The Northeast)|
|Division 1 (New England)||Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont|
|Division 2 (Mid Atlantic)||New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania|
|Region 2 (The Midwest)|
|Division 3: East North Central||Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio|
|Division 4 (West North Central)||North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa|
|Region 3 (The South)|
|Division 5: South Atlantic||Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, District of Columbia, and West Virginia|
|Division 6: East South Central||Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee|
|Division 7: West South Central||Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas|
|Region 4 (The West)|
|Division 8: Mountain||Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming|
|Division 9: Pacific||Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington|
US Regions With Facts & Features
- States included: Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland
- Climate: Humid continental climate with cool summers in the northernmost areas. Snow falls during the winter as the temperatures are regularly below freezing.
- Major geographical features: Appalachian Mountains, Atlantic Ocean, Great Lakes, borders on Canada to the north
- States included: West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, Florida
- Climate: Humid subtropical climate with hot summers. Hurricanes can reach landfall in the summer and fall months along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts.
- Major geographical features: Appalachian Mountains, Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Mississippi River
- States included: Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota
- Climate: Humid continental climate throughout most of the region. Snow is common during the winter, especially in the northern areas.
- Major geographical features: Great Lakes, Great Plains, Mississippi River, borders Canada to the north
- States included: Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona
- Climate: Semiarid Steppe climate in the western area with a more humid climate to the east. Some of the far western areas of the region have an alpine or desert climate.
- Major geographical features: Rocky Mountains, Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Gulf of Mexico, borders Mexico to the south
- States included: Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Utah, Nevada, California, Alaska, Hawaii
- Climate: A range of climates including semiarid and alpine along the Rocky and Sierra Mountains. The coastline in California is a Mediterranean climate. Desert climates can be found in Nevada and Southern California.
- Major geographical features: the Rocky Mountains, Sierra Nevada Mountains, Mohave Desert, Pacific Ocean, borders Canada to the North and Mexico to the south