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Ecoregions of
North Dakota
South Dakota

Level IV Ecoregion


North Dakota Ecoregions

South Dakota Ecoregions

Level III Ecoregions


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17 Middle Rockies
17a Black Hills Foothills
17b Black Hills Plateau
17c Black Hills Core Highlands
25 Western High Plains
25a Pine Ridge Escarpment
42 Northwestern Glaciated Plains
42a Missouri Coteau
42b Collapsed Glacial Outwash
42c Missouri Coteau Slope
42d Northern Missouri Coteau
42e Southern Missouri Coteau
42f Southern Missouri Coteau Slope
42g Ponca Plains
42h Southern River Breaks
42i Glaciated Dark Brown Prairie
43 Northwestern Great Plains
43a Missouri Plateau
43b Little Missouri Badlands
43c River Breaks
43d Forested Buttes
43e Sagebrush Steppe
43f Subhumid Pierre Shale Plains
43g Semiarid Pierre Shale Plains
43h White River Badlands
43i Keya Paha Tablelands
43j Moreau Prairie
43k Dense Clay Prairie
44 Nebraska Sand Hills
44a Nebraska Sand Hills
46 Northern Glaciated Plains
46a, Pembina Escarpment
46b Turtle Mountains
46c Glacial Lake Basins
46d Glacial Lake Deltas
46e Tewaukon Dead Ice Moraine
46f End Moraine Complex
46g Northern Black Prairie
46h Northern Dark Brown Prairie
46i Drift Plains
46j Glacial Outwash
46k Prairie Coteau
46l Prairie Coteau Escarpment
46m Big Sioux Basin
46n James River Lowland
46o Minnesota River Prairie
47 Western Corn Belt Plains
47a Loess Prairies
47d Missouri Alluvial Plain
48 Lake Agassiz Plain
48a Glacial Lake Agassiz Basin
48b Sand Deltas and Beach Ridges
48c Saline Area

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