A map released Monday by NASA is providing an in-depth look at the vast area of the U.S. that’s home to a variety of mountains, ranging from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado to the Appalachian Mountains.
The Southern Caspian Plateau encompasses an area that spans from Alaska to Florida, stretching from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean.
It’s known as the “Southern Cascadia,” because of its vast area.
The new map, which NASA called “Southern Atlas,” shows the extent of the United States’ Southern Calf Range from the Mississippi River Delta in Alabama to the Oregon-Washington border in Washington state.
The map shows a range of peaks and valleys along the region, and it includes a number of geologic features that are not found in any other map.
The map was produced by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), the federal agency responsible for developing maps and imagery for the U,S.
military, and for making them available to the public.
It’s one of a series of new maps being released by NASA every year, and is a major milestone for the agency.
It comes as climate change has made the Southern U..
S.’s climate more severe and the world’s population is growing.NASA’s Atlas project was launched in the early 1990s, and its first map, the Southern Hemisphere Atlas, released in 2003.
It covered the entire globe from Antarctica to the Pacific Ocean.
But in 2007, NASA decided to map a portion of the Earth’s surface that was more than 30 percent covered by water, including portions of the South Atlantic and the Indian Ocean.
The newly released Atlas, however, is the first map to be based on real-time data.
The new Atlas is a “landscape map,” meaning that it shows all of the terrain that exists in a given area.
The Atlas uses GPS technology to measure elevation and water depth.
It also shows areas of land covered by land, water, and ice.NASA scientists have been using data from satellites and other sensors to track the changes in water levels and ice levels throughout the Northern Hemisphere over the last few years.
NASA said in a statement that the new Atlas map shows how much water is moving through the Southern Continental Shelf, the vast region of the globe that extends from the Arctic Circle to the equator.