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Online Vegetation and Plant Distribution Maps: Pacific & Arctic

Lists of online vegetation maps from website titled "Checklist of Online Vegetation and Plant Distribution Maps." These lists of links are no longer being actively maintained and are provided for archival purposes only.




Cloud Forest Sites in South-east Asia  (Covers also New Guinea, Australia and surrounding islands, UNEP-WCMC)
Mountains and Mountain Forests Insular Southeast Asia  (Includes Papua-New Guinea and surrounding islands, UNEP-WCMC)


Prevailing Vegetation  (Inset on: Australia -- Political.   In: Times Survey Atlas of the World, 1922)

- Australian Capitol Territory

- Gawler Ranges

- New South Wales

- Queensland

- Tasmania

- Victoria

New Caledonia

New Zealand

Papua New Guinea

Nouvelle-Guinée Ouest, Nouvelle-Guinée Est = Irian Jaya; Papua New Guinea  (In: Atlas des populations indigènes des forêts denses humides)


World & Regional Maps

  • World
  • Eurasia
  • Indian Ocean
  • Latin America
  • Middle East
  • Southern Hemisphere



  • Asia
  • Asia by Region
  • Asia by Country


  • Europe
  • Europe by Country and Region

Central America

  • Central America
  • Central America by Country
  • West Indies

South America

  • South America
  • Amazon Basin
  • South America by Country and Region

North America


Arctic (Polar Regions)

Guide History

Original title of website: Checklist of Online Vegetation and Plant Distribution Maps

Compiled by Claire Englander (1996-2013).  Founding co-compiler Philip Hoehn (1996-2009).   With thanks to Phyllis Bischof, Ed Colijn, Rheal Coupal, John Creaser, Larry Cruse, Joe Dalton, Hugh Eva, Vic Fazio, Xavier Font Castell, Steve Glenn, Lawrence Hislop, Robert Hoare, Michael Jennings, Stephen Killeffer, Brian Klinkenberg, Raino Lampinen, Andrew Lillie, David MacDevette, Philippe Mayaux, Justin Moat, Jim Moore, Tom Owens, Scott Sundberg, Thomas A. Stone, Urs-Beat Brändli, Rob Waller, Hugh D.Wilson and George Wooten.

Maps are no longer being added to or deleted from these lists - the lists are maintained in this guide for archival purposes only.

Broken Links

If you find a broken link, you can search for the link in the Wayback Machine to see if an archived copy of the web page exists. 

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