Alaska's 32 Ecoregions
An ecoregion is an area of land and water containing vegetation communities that share species and ecological dynamics, environmental conditions, and interactions that are critical for their long-term persistence. Find out what that definition means in Alaska and what ecoregions exist around the state here.
For more information see:
Wildlife Action Plan Section IIIB: Alaska's 32 Ecoregions (PDF 3,496 kB)