Tree cover of Honshu

by Jakub Marian

Tip: See my list of the Most Common Mistakes in English. It will teach you how to avoid mis­takes with com­mas, pre­pos­i­tions, ir­reg­u­lar verbs, and much more.

The map below shows the percentage of land covered by tree canopy (based on data by the U.S. Geological Survey from 2010) together with a shaded relief representing elevation (also based on data by the USGS) in the regions Chubu, Kanto, and Tohoku of the Japanese island Honshu (the regions Kansai and Chugoku are shown on a separate map).

It is part of my larger map of the region of Japan and the Korean Peninsula.

Tree cover of Honshu
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