Major Land Resource Area 149B
Long Island-Cape Cod Coastal Lowland
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Ecological site list
ProvisionalF149BY003MA/F149BY003MAWell Drained Lake Plain
ProvisionalF149BY004NY/F149BY004NYWet Lake Plain
ProvisionalF149BY006NY/F149BY006NYWell Drained Outwash
ProvisionalF149BY008MA/F149BY008MAVery Wet Outwash
ProvisionalF149BY010MA/F149BY010MAMoist Till Uplands
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Major Land Resource Areas
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