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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter CPart 81 → Subpart D


Title 40: Protection of Environment
PART 81—DESIGNATION OF AREAS FOR AIR QUALITY PLANNING PURPOSES


Subpart D—Identification of Mandatory Class I Federal Areas Where Visibility Is an Important Value


Contents
§81.400   Scope.
§81.401   Alabama.
§81.402   Alaska.
§81.403   Arizona.
§81.404   Arkansas.
§81.405   California.
§81.406   Colorado.
§81.407   Florida.
§81.408   Georgia.
§81.409   Hawaii.
§81.410   Idaho.
§81.411   Kentucky.
§81.412   Louisiana.
§81.413   Maine.
§81.414   Michigan.
§81.415   Minnesota.
§81.416   Missouri.
§81.417   Montana.
§81.418   Nevada.
§81.419   New Hampshire.
§81.420   New Jersey.
§81.421   New Mexico.
§81.422   North Carolina.
§81.423   North Dakota.
§81.424   Oklahoma.
§81.425   Oregon.
§81.426   South Carolina.
§81.427   South Dakota.
§81.428   Tennessee.
§81.429   Texas.
§81.430   Utah.
§81.431   Vermont.
§81.432   Virgin Islands.
§81.433   Virginia.
§81.434   Washington.
§81.435   West Virginia.
§81.436   Wyoming.
§81.437   New Brunswick, Canada.
Appendix A to Part 81—Air Quality Control Regions (AQCR's)

Authority: Secs. 101(b)(1), 110, 169A(a)(2), and 301(a), Clean Air Act as amended (42 U.S.C. 7401(b), 7410, 7491(a)(2), 7601(a)).

Source: 44 FR 69124, Nov. 30, 1979, unless otherwise noted.

§81.400   Scope.

Subpart D, §§81.401 through 81.437, lists those mandatory Federal Class I areas, established under the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977, where the Administrator, in consultation with the Secretary of the Interior, has determined visibility to be an important value. The following listing of areas where visibility is an important value represents an evaluation of all international parks (IP), national wilderness areas (Wild) exceeding 5,000 acres, national memorial parks (NMP) exceeding 5,000 acres, and national parks (NP) exceeding 6,000 acres, in existence on August 7, 1977. Consultation by EPA with the Federal Land Managers involved: The Department of Interior (USDI), National Park Service (NPS), and Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS); and the Department of Agriculture (USDA), Forest Service (FS).

§81.401   Alabama.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Sipsey Wild12,64693-622USDA-FS

§81.402   Alaska.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Bering Sea Wild41,11391-622USDI-FWS
Mount McKinley NP1,949,49364-353USDI-NPS
Simeonof Wild25,14194-557USDI-FWS
Tuxedni Wild6,40291-504USDI-FWS

§81.403   Arizona.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Chiricahua National Monument Wild9,44094-567USDI-NPS
Chiricahua Wild18,00088-577USDA-FS
Galiuro Wild52,71788-577USDA-FS
Grand Canyon NP1,176,91365-277USDI-NPS
Mazatzal Wild205,13788-577USDA-FS
Mount Baldy Wild6,97591-504USDA-FS
Petrified Forest NP93,49385-358USDI-NPS
Pine Mountain Wild20,06192-230USDA-FS
Saguaro Wild71,40094-567USDI-FS
Sierra Ancha Wild20,85088-577USDA-FS
Superstition Wild124,11788-577USDA-FS
Sycamore Canyon Wild47,75792-241USDA-FS

§81.404   Arkansas.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Caney Creek Wild14,34493-622USDA-FS
Upper Buffalo Wild9,91293-622USDA-FS

§81.405   California.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Agua Tibia Wild15,93493-632USDA-FS
Caribou Wild19,08088-577USDA-FS
Cucamonga Wild9,02288-577USDA-FS
Desolation Wild63,46991-82USDA-FS
Dome Land Wild62,20688-577USDA-FS
Emigrant Wild104,31193-632USDA-FS
Hoover Wild47,91688-577USDY-FS
John Muir Wild484,6738-577USDA-FS
Joshua Tree Wild429,69094-567USDI-NPS
Kaiser Wild22,50094-577USDA-FS
Kings Canyon NP459,99476-424USDI-NPS
Lassen Volcanic NP105,80064-184USDI-NPS
Lava Beds Wild28,64092-493USDI-NPS
Marble Mountain Wild213,74388-577USDA-FS
Minarets Wild109,48488-577USDA-FS
Mokelumme Wild50,40088-577USDA-FS
Pinnacles Wild12,95294-567USDI-NPS
Point Reyes Wild25,37094-544,
94-567
USDI-NPS
Redwood NP27,79290-545USDI-NPS
San Gabriel Wild36,13790-318USDA-FS
San Gorgonio Wild34,64488-577USDA-FS
San Jacinto Wild20,56488-577USDA-FS
San Rafael Wild142,72290-271USDA-FS
Sequoia NP386,642(1)USDI-NPS
South Warner Wild68,50788-577USDA-FS
Thousand Lakes Wild15,69588-577USDA-FS
Ventana Wild95,15291-58USDA-FS
Yolla-Bolly-Middle-Eel Wild109,09188-577USDA-FS
Yosemite NP759,17258-49USDI-NPS

126 Stat. 478 (51st Cong.)

§81.406   Colorado.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Black Canyon of the Gunnison Wild11,18094-567USDI-NPS
Eagles Nest Wild133,91094-352USDA-FS
Flat Tops Wild235,23094-146USDA-FS
Great Sand Dunes Wild33,45094-567USDI-NPS
La Garita Wild48,48688-577USDA-FS
Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wild71,06088-577USDA-FS
Mesa Verde NP51,48859-353USDI-NPS
Mount Zirkel Wild72,47288-577USDA-FS
Rawah Wild26,67488-577USDA-FS
Rocky Mountain NP263,13863-238USDI-NPS
Weminuche Wild400,90793-632USDA-FS
West Elk Wild61,41288-577USDA-FS

§81.407   Florida.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Chassahowitzka Wild23,36094-557USDI-FWS
Everglades NP1,397,42973-267USDI-NPS
St. Marks Wild17,74593-632USDI-FWS

§81.408   Georgia.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Cohotta Wild33,77693-622USDA-FS
Okefenokee Wild343,85093-429USDI-FWS
Wolf Island Wild5,12693-632USDI-FWS

§81.409   Hawaii.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Haleakala NP27,20887-744USDI-NPS
Hawaii Volcanoes217,02964-171USDI-NPS

§81.410   Idaho.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Craters of the Moon Wild43,24391-504USDI-NPS
Hells Canyon Wild183,80094-199USDA-FS
Sawtooth Wild216,38392-400USDA-FS
Selway-Bitterroot Wild2988,77088-577USDA-FS
Yellowstone NP331,488(4)USDI-NPS

1Hells Canyon Wilderness, 192,700 acres overall, of which 108,900 acres are in Oregon and 83,800 acres are in Idaho.

2Selway Bitterroot Wilderness, 1,240,700 acres overall, of which 988,700 acres are in Idaho and 251,930 acres are in Montana.

3Yellowstone National Park, 2,219,737 acres overall, of which 2,020,625 acres are in Wyoming, 167,624 acres are in Montana, and 31,488 acres are in Idaho.

417 Stat. 32 (42nd Cong.).

§81.411   Kentucky.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Mammoth Cave NP51,30369-283USDI-NPS

§81.412   Louisiana.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Breton Wild5,000+93-632USDI-FWS

§81.413   Maine.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Acadia NP37,50365-278USDI-NPS
Moosehorn Wild7,501USDI-FWS
   (Edmunds Unit)(2,782)91-504
   (Baring Unit)(4,719)93-632

§81.414   Michigan.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Isle Royale NP542,42871-835USDI-NPS
Seney Wild25,15091-504USDI-FWS

§81.415   Minnesota.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wild747,84099-577USDA-FS
Voyageurs NP114,96499-261USDI-NPS

§81.416   Missouri.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Hercules-Glades Wild12,31594-557USDA-FS
Mingo Wild8,00094-557USDI-FWS

§81.417   Montana.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Anaconda-Pintlar Wild157,80388-577USDA-FS
Bob Marshall Wild950,00088-577USDA-FS
Cabinet Mountains Wild94,27288-577USDA-FS
Gates of the Mtn Wild28,56288-577USDA-FS
Glacier NP1,012,59961-171USDI-NPS
Medicine Lake Wild11,36694-557USDI-FWS
Mission Mountain Wild73,87793-632USDA-FS
Red Rock Lakes Wild32,35094-557USDI-FWS
Scapegoat Wild239,29592-395USDA-FS
Selway-Bitterroot Wild1251,93088-577USDA-FS
U. L. Bend Wild20,89094-557USDI-FWS
Yellowstone NP2167,624(3)USDI-NPS

1Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness, 1,240,700 acres overall, of which 988,770 acres are in Idaho and 251,930 acres are in Montana.

2Yellowstone National Park, 2,219,737 acres overall, of which 2,020,625 acres are in Wyoming, 167,624 acres are in Montana, and 31,488 acres are in Idaho.

317 Stat. 32 (42nd Cong.)

[44 FR 69124, Nov. 30, 1979; 45 FR 6103, Jan. 25, 1980]

§81.418   Nevada.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Jarbidge Wild64,66788-577USDA-FS

§81.419   New Hampshire.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Great Gulf Wild5,55288-577USDA-FS
Presidential Range-Dry River Wild20,00093-622USDA-FS

§81.420   New Jersey.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Brigantine Wild6,60393-632USDI-FWS

§81.421   New Mexico.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Bandelier Wild23,26794-567USDI-NPS
Bosque del Apache Wild80,85093-632USDI-FWS
Carlsbad Caverns NP46,43571-216USDI-NPS
Gila Wild433,69088-577USDA-FS
Pecos Wild167,41688-577USDA-FS
Salt Creek Wild8,50091-504USDI-FWS
San Pedro Parks Wild41,13288-577USDA-FS
Wheeler Peak Wild6,02788-577USDA-FS
White Mountain Wild31,17188-577USDA-FS

§81.422   North Carolina.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Great Smoky Mountains NP1273,55169-268USDI-NPS
Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wild210,20193-622USDA-FS
Linville Gorge Wild7,57588-577USDA-FS
Shining Rock Wild13,35088-577USDA-FS
Swanguarter Wild9,00094-557USDI-FWS

1Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 514,758 acres overall, of which 273,551 acres are in North Carolina, and 241,207 acres are in Tennessee.

2Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness, 14,033 acres overall, of which 10,201 acres are in North Carolina, and 3,832 acres are in Tennessee.

§81.423   North Dakota.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishing Federal land manager
Lostwood Wild5,55793-632USDI-FWS.
Theodore Roosevelt, NP69,67580-38USDI-NPS.

[54 FR 41098, Oct. 5, 1989]

§81.424   Oklahoma.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Wichita Mountains Wild8,90091-504USDI-FWS

§81.425   Oregon.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Crater Lake NP160,29057-121USDA-NPS
Diamond Peak Wild36,63788-577USDA-FS
Eagle Cap Wild293,47688-577USDA-FS
Gearhart Mountain Wild18,70988-577USDA-FS
Hells Canyon Wild1108,90094-199USDA-FS
Kalmiopsis Wild76,90088-577USDA-FS
Mountain Lakes Wild23,07188-577USDA-FS
Mount Hood Wild14,16088-577USDA-FS
Mount Jefferson Wild100,20890-548USDA-FS
Mount Washington Wild46,11688-577USDA-FS
Strawberry Mountain Wild33,00388-577USDA-FS
Three Sisters Wild199,90288-577USDA-FS

1Hells Canyon Wilderness, 192,700 acres overall, of which 108,900 acres are in Oregon, and 83,800 acres are in Idaho.

§81.426   South Carolina.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Cape Romain Wild28,00093-632USDI-FWS

§81.427   South Dakota.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Badlands Wild64,25094-567USDI-NPS
Wind Cave NP28,06057-16USDI-NPS

§81.428   Tennessee.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Great Smoky Mountains NP1241,20769-268USDI-NPS
Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wild23,83293-622USDA-FS

1Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 514,758 acres overall, of which 273,551 acres are in North Carolina, and 241,207 acres are in Tennessee.

2Joyce Kilmer Slickrock Wilderness, 14,033 acres overall, of which 10,201 acres are in North Carolina, and 3,832 acres are in Tennessee.

[44 FR 69124, Nov. 30, 1979; 45 FR 6103, Jan. 25, 1980]

§81.429   Texas.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Big Bend NP708,11874-157USDI-NPS
Guadalupe Mountains NP76,29289-667USDI-NPS

§81.430   Utah.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Arches NP65,09892-155USDI-NPS
Bryce Canyon NP35,83268-277USDI-NPS
Canyonlands NP337,57088-590USDI-NPS
Capitol Reef NP221,89692-507USDI-NPS
Zion NP142,46268-83USDI-NPS

§81.431   Vermont.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Lye Brook Wild12,43093-622USDA-FS

§81.432   Virgin Islands.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Virgin Islands NP12,29584-925USDI-NPS

§81.433   Virginia.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
James River Face Wild8,70393-622USDA-FS
Shenandoah NP190,53569-268USDI-NPS

§81.434   Washington.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Alpine Lakes Wild303,50894-357USDA-FS
Glacier Peak Wild464,25888-577USDA-FS
Goat Rocks Wild82,68088-577USDA-FS
Mount Adams Wild32,35688-577USDA-FS
Mount Rainer NP235,239(1)USDI-NPS
North Cascades NP503,27790-554USDI-NPS
Olympic NP892,57875-778USDI-NPS
Pasayten Wild505,52490-544USDA-FS

130 Stat. 993 (55th Cong.).

§81.435   West Virginia.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Dolly Sods Wild10,21593-622USDA-FS
Otter Creek Wild20,00093-622USDA-FS

§81.436   Wyoming.

Area nameAcreagePublic Law establishingFederal land manager
Bridger Wild392,16088-577USDA-FS
Fitzpatrick Wild191,10394-567USDA-FS
Grand Teton NP305,50481-787USDI-NPS
North Absaroka Wild351,10488-577USDA-FS
Teton Wild557,31188-577USDA-FS
Washakie Wild686,58492-476USDA-FS
Yellowstone NP12,020,625(2)USDI-NPS

1Yellowstone National Park, 2,219,737 acres overall, of which 2,020,625 acres are in Wyoming, 167,624 acres are in Montana, and 31,488 acres are in Idaho.

217 Stat. 32 (42nd Cong.).

§81.437   New Brunswick, Canada.

Table 1

Area nameAcreagePublic law establishingFederal land manager
Roosevelt Campobello International Park2,72188-363(1)

1Chairman, RCIP Commission.

Table 2—Integral Vistas Associated With Mandatory Class I Areas

Park Observation point View angle Key featuresAlso viewed from—
Roosevelt Campobello International ParkRoosevelt Cottage and Beach Area244°-56°Estes head*
Eastport*
North Lubec*
Cobscook Bay*
Shackford Head*
St. Andrews*
Friar's Head*
Treat's Island*
Passamaquoddy Bay*
Deer Island*
Indian Island*
Rouen Island*
Cherry Island*
Thrumcap Island*
Owen House*
Welshpool*
*Features viewed from Friar's Head.
   Friar's Head154°-94°Roosevelt Cottage*
Campobello Island*
Weir*
Friar's Bay*
Welshpool*
Wilson's Beach*
North Road*
Head Harbour Passage*
Casco Island*
Green Island*
Pope Island*
Thrumcap Island*
Cherry Island*
Rouen Island*
Indian Island*
Deer Island*
Passamaquoddy Bay*
Old Sow Whirlpool*
St. Andrews*
Eastport*
Friar Roads*
Estes Head*
Perry*
Shackford Head*
Pembroke*
Cobscook Bay*
Treat's Island*
Major's Island
North Lubec*
Passamaquoddy Dam, portion of*
Roger's Island
Dudley Island*
Johnson's Bay*
Pope's Folly*
Cutler Naval Radio Station
Lubec
Mulholland Point Lighthouse
FDR Memorial Bridge
South Lubec
Grand Manan Island*
*Features viewed from Roosevelt Cottage and Beach Area.
   Con Robinson's Point308°-150°Herring Cove Beach
Provincial Park
Eastern Head
Herring Cove
Mainland New Brunswick*
Point La Preau*
Wolf Islands*
Atlantic Ocean*
Grand Manan Island
*Features viewed from Liberty Point.*
   Liberty Point34°-236°Ragged Point
Mainland New Brunswick*
Atlantic Ocean*
Wolf Islands*
Grand Manan Island*
Sail Rock
West Quoddy Head Lighthouse
South Lubec
*Features viewed from Con Robinson's Points.

[54 FR 21906, May 19, 1989]

Appendix A to Part 81—Air Quality Control Regions (AQCR's)

   AQCR No.
Alabama:
Alabama and Tombigbee Rivers1
Columbus-Phenix City2
East Alabama3
Metropolitan Birmingham4
Mobile-Pensacola-Panama City-Southern Mississippi (Fla., Miss.)5
Southeast Alabama6
Tennessee River Valley-Cumberland Mountains (Tenn.)7
Alaska:
Cook Inlet8
Northern Alaska9
South Central Alaska10
Southeastern Alaska11
Arizona:
Arizona-New Mexico Southern Border (N. Mex.)12
Clark-Mohave13
Four Corners (Colo., N. Mex., Utah)14
Phoenix-Tucson15
Arkansas:
Central Arkansas16
Metropolitan Fort Smith17
Metropolitan Memphis18
Monroe-El Dorado (La.)19
Northeast Arkansas20
Northwest Arkansas21
Shreveport-Texarkana-Tyler (La., Okla., Texas)22
California:
Great Basin Valley23
Metropolitan Los Angeles24
North Central Coast25
North Coast26
Northeast Plateau27
Sacramento Valley28
San Diego29
San Francisco Bay Area30
San Joaquin Valley31
South Central Coast32
Southeast Desert33
Colorado:
Comanche34
Four Corners (Ariz., N. Mex., Utah)14
Grand Mesa35
Metropolitan Denver36
Pawnee37
San Isabel38
San Luis39
Yampa40
Connecticut:
Eastern Connecticut41
Hartford-New Haven-Springfield (Mass.)42
New Jersey-New York-Connecticut (N.J., N.Y.)43
Northwestern Connecticut44
Delaware:
Metropolitan Philadelphia (N.J., Pa.)45
Southern Delaware46
District of Columbia:
National Capital (Md.)47
Florida:
Central Florida48
Jacksonville-Brunswick (Ga.)49
Mobile-Pensacola-Panama City-Southern Mississippi (Ala., Miss.)5
Southeast Florida50
Southwest Florida51
West Central Florida52
Georgia:
Augusta-Aiken (S.C.)53
Central Georgia54
Chattanooga (Tenn.)55
Columbus-Phenix City (Ala.)2
Jacksonville-Brunswick (Fla.)49
Metropolitan Atlanta56
Northeast Georgia57
Savannah-Beaufort (S.C.)58
Southwest Georgia59
Hawaii:
Entire State60
Idaho:
Eastern Idaho61
Eastern Washington-Northern Idaho (Wash.)62
Idaho63
Metropolitan Boise64
Illinois:
Burlington-Keokuk (Iowa)65
East Central Illinois66
Metropolitan Chicago (Ind.)67
Metropolitan Dubuque (Iowa, Wis.)68
Metropolitan Quad Cities (Iowa)69
Metropolitan St. Louis (Mo.)70
North Central Illinois71
Paducah-Cairo (Ky.)72
Rockford-Janesville-Beloit (Wis.)73
Southeast Illinois74
West Central Illinois75
Indiana:
East Central Indiana76
Evansville-Owensboro-Henderson (Ky.)77
Louisville (Ky.)78
Metropolitan Chicago (Ill.)67
Metropolitan Cincinnati (Ky., Ohio)79
Metropolitan Indianapolis80
Northeast Indiana81
South Bend-Elkhart-Benton Harbor (Mich.)82
Southern Indiana83
Wabash Valley84
Iowa:
Burlington-Keokuk (Ill.)65
Metropolitan Dubuque (Ill., Wis.)68
Metropolitan Omaha-Council Bluffs (Nebr.)85
Metropolitan Quad Cities (Ill.)69
Metropolitan Sioux City (Nebr., S. Dak.)86
Metropolitan Sioux Falls (S. Dak.)87
Northeast Iowa88
North Central Iowa89
Northwest Iowa90
Southeast Iowa91
South Central Iowa92
Southwest Iowa93
Kansas:
Metropolitan Kansas City (Mo.)94
Northeast Kansas95
North Central Kansas96
Northwest Kansas97
Southeast Kansas98
South Central Kansas99
Southwest Kansas100
Kentucky:
Appalachian101
Bluegrass102
Evansville-Owensboro-Henderson (Ind.)77
Huntington-Ashland-Portsmouth-Ironton (Ohio, W. Va.)103
Louisville (Ind.)78
Metropolitan Cincinnati (Ind., Ohio)79
North Central Kentucky104
Paducah-Cairo (Ill.)72
South Central Kentucky105
Louisiana:
Monroe-El Dorado (Ark.)19
Shreveport-Texarkana-Tyler (Ark., Okla., Tex.)22
Southern Louisiana-Southeast Texas (Tex.)106
Maine:
Androscoggin Valley (N.H.)107
Aroostook108
Down East109
Metropolitan Portland110
Northwest Maine111
Maryland:
Central Maryland112
Cumberland-Keyser (W. Va.)113
Eastern Shore114
Metropolitan Baltimore115
National Capital (D.C.)47
Southern Maryland116
Massachusetts:
Berkshire117
Central Massachusetts118
Hartford-New Haven-Springfield (Conn.)42
Metropolitan Boston119
Metropolitan Providence (R.I.)120
Merrimack Valley-Southern New Hampshire (N.H.)121
Michigan:
Central Michigan122
Metropolitan Detroit-Port Huron123
Metropolitan Toledo (Ohio)124
South Bend-Elkhart-Benton Harbor (Ind.)82
South Central Michigan125
Upper Michigan126
Minnesota:
Central Minnesota127
Southeast Minnesota-La Crosse (Wis.)128
Duluth-Superior (Wis.)129
Metropolitan Fargo-Moorhead (N. Dak.)130
Minneapolis-St. Paul131
Northwest Minnesota132
Southwest Minnesota133
Mississippi:
Metropolitan Memphis (Ark., Tenn.)18
Mississippi Delta134
Mobile-Pensacola-Panama City-Southern Mississippi (Ala., Fla.)5
Northeast Mississippi135
Missouri:
Metropolitan Kansas City (Kans.)94
Metropolitan St. Louis (Ill.)70
Northern Missouri137
Southeast Missouri138
Southwest Missouri139
Montana:
Billings140
Great Falls141
Helena142
Miles City143
Missoula144
Nebraska:
Lincoln-Beatrice-Fairbury145
Metropolitan Omaha-Council Bluffs (Iowa)85
Metropolitan Sioux City (Iowa, S. Dak.)86
Nebraska146
Nevada:
Clark-Mohave (Ariz.)13
Nevada147
Northwest Nevada148
New Hampshire:
Androscoggin Valley (Maine)107
Merrimack Valley-Southern New Hampshire (Mass.)121
New Hampshire149
New Jersey:
Metropolitan Philadelphia (Del., Pa.)45
New Jersey150
New Jersey-New York-Connecticut (N.Y., Conn.)43
Northeast Pennsylvania-Upper Delaware Valley (Pa.)151
New Mexico:
Albuquerque-Mid Rio Grande152
Arizona-New Mexico Southern Border (Ariz.)12
El Paso-Las Cruces-Alamogordo (Tex.)153
Four Corners (Ariz., Colo., Utah)14
Northeastern Plains154
Pecos-Permian Basin155
Southwestern Mountains-Augustine Plains156
Upper Rio Grande Valley157
New York:
Central New York158
Champlain Valley (Vt.)159
Genesee-Finger Lakes160
Hudson Valley161
New Jersey-New York-Connecticut (N.J., Conn.)43
Niagara Frontier162
Southern Tier East163
Southern Tier West164
North Carolina:
Eastern Mountain165
Eastern Piedmont166
Metropolitan Charlotte (S.C.)167
Northern Coastal Plain168
Northern Piedmont136
Sandhills169
Southern Coastal Plain170
Western Mountain171
North Dakota:
Metropolitan Fargo-Moorhead (Minn.)130
North Dakota172
Ohio:
Dayton173
Greater Metropolitan Cleveland174
Huntington-Ashland-Portsmouth-Ironton (Ky., W. Va.)103
Mansfield-Marion175
Metropolitan Cincinnati (Ind., Ky.)79
Metropolitan Columbus176
Metropolitan Toledo (Mich.)124
Northwest Ohio177
Northwest Pennsylvania-Youngstown (Pa.)178
Parkersburg-Marietta (W. Va.)179
Sandusky180
Steubenville-Weirton-Wheeling (W. Va.)181
Wilmington-Chillicothe-Logan182
Zanesville-Cambridge183
Oklahoma:
Central Oklahoma184
Metropolitan Fort Smith (Ark.)17
North Central Oklahoma185
Northeastern Oklahoma186
Northwestern Oklahoma187
Shreveport-Texarkana-Tyler (Ark., La., Texas)22
Southeastern Oklahoma188
Southwestern Oklahoma189
Oregon:
Central Oregon190
Eastern Oregon191
Northwest Oregon192
Portland (Wash.)193
Southwest Oregon194
Pennsylvania:
Central Pennsylvania195
Metropolitan Philadelphia (Del., N.J.)45
Northeast Pennsylvania-Upper Delaware Valley (N.J.)151
Northwest Pennsylvania-Youngstown (Ohio)178
South Central Pennsylvania196
Southwest Pennsylvania197
Rhode Island:
Metropolitan Providence (Mass.)120
South Carolina:
Augusta-Aiken (Ga.)53
Camden-Sumter198
Charleston199
Columbia200
Florence201
Greenville-Spartanburg202
Greenwood203
Georgetown204
Metropolitan Charlotte (N.C.)167
Savannah-Beaufort (Ga.)58
South Dakota:
Black Hills-Rapid City205
Metropolitan Sioux City (Iowa, Neb.)86
Metropolitan Sioux Falls (Iowa)87
South Dakota206
Tennessee:
Chattanooga (Ga.)55
Eastern Tennessee-Southwestern Virginia (Va.)207
Metropolitan Memphis (Ark., Miss.)18
Middle Tennessee208
Tennessee River Valley-Cumberland Mountains (Ala.)7
Western Tennessee209
Texas:
Abilene-Wichita Falls210
Amarillo-Lubbock211
Austin-Waco212
Brownsville-Laredo213
Corpus Christi-Victoria214
El Paso-Las Cruces-Alamagordo (N. Mex.)153
Metropolitan Dallas-Ft. Worth215
Metropolitan Houston-Galveston216
Metropolitan San Antonio217
Midland-Odessa-San Angelo218
Shreveport-Texarkana-Tyler (Ark., La., Okla.)22
Southern Louisiana-Southeast Texas (La.)106
Utah:
Four Corners (Ariz., Colo., N. Mex.)14
Utah219
Wasatch Front220
Vermont:
Champlain Valley (N.Y.)159
Vermont221
Virginia:
Central Virginia222
Eastern Tennessee-Southwestern Virginia (Tenn.)207
Hampton Roads223
National Capital (D.C., Md.)47
Northeastern Virginia224
State Capital225
Valley of Virginia226
Washington:
Eastern Washington-Northern Idaho (Idaho)62
Northern Washington227
Olympia-Northwest Washington228
Portland (Ore.)193
Puget Sound229
South Central Washington230
West Virginia:
Allegheny231
Central West Virginia232
Cumberland-Keyser (Md.)113
Eastern Panhandle233
Huntington-Ashland-Portsmouth-Iron- ton (Ky., Ohio)103
Kanawha Valley234
North Central West Virginia235
Parkersburg-Marietta (Ohio)179
Southern West Virginia236
Steubenville-Wierton-Wheeling (Ohio)181
Wisconsin:
Duluth-Superior (Minn.)129
Lake Michigan237
Metropolitan Dubuque (Ill., Iowa)68
North Central Wisconsin238
Rockford- Janesville- Beloit (Ill.)73
Southeastern Wisconsin239
Southeast Minnesota- La Crosse (Minn.)128
Southern Wisconsin240
Wyoming:
Casper241
Metropolitan Cheyenne242
Wyoming243
Puerto Rico:
Puerto Rico244
American Samoa:
American Samoa245
Guam:
Guam246
U.S. Virgin Islands:
U.S. Virgin Islands247

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