What does SACP stand for?
SACP stands for South Atlantic Coastal Plain
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Though much has been lost, there are still great conservation opportunities in the South Atlantic Coastal Plain. Many high-quality natural areas remain as large, functioning landscapes. Many of the rivers and streams in the ecoregion remain relatively intact, but are under threat. TNC has a long history in the ecoregion, and has formed strong governmental and private partnerships, allowing the opportunity to work at large scales to preserve the high biological diversity of this rich ecoregion.
The South Atlantic Coastal Plain The South Atlantic Coastal plain includes northeastern Florida's coast. It extends from Florida's northern border on the Atlantic seaboard, southward about 150 miles to the area around Cape Canaveral, where America's space program first took flight. It then turns and runs northwesterly and inland toward the New York-Alabama Lineament, the suspected slip-strike fault on the eastern edge of the Mississippi Valley.
The Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain occupies 26 million acres east of the fall line between the Piedmont and Atlantic Coastal Plain, south of the James River in Virginia and north of Charleston Harbor in South Carolina.
The Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain extends from the Atlantic Ocean, south of Long Island, to the Fall Line, where the hilly Piedmont begins. It is arbitrarily [sic] separated from the South Atlantic Coastal Plain.
What Are the Physical Characteristics of the Atlantic Coastal Plains?. The Atlantic Coastal Plain stretches from the southern fringe of New England to the gentle topographic divide of the Florida peninsula that separates it from the similar Gulf Coastal Plain. Indeed, the two are often considered together in a single geological province as the...