CONUS

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CONUSContinental United States
CONUSContiguous United States
CONUSConterminous United States
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"We quantified pest-induced biomass loss across the conterminous United States for the first time," the researchers wrote in their (https://www.fs.fed.us/nrs/pubs/jrnl/2019/nrs_2019_fei_001.pdf) study . 
[41] Descriptions o/ PRISM Spatial Climate Datasets /or the Conterminous United States, 2015.
Completion of the 2001 National Land Cover Database for the Conterminous United States. --Photogrammetric Engin.
History of wetlands in the conterminous United States, national water summary on wetland resources.
We manually produced a flow-generalized small-scale wall map of the conterminous United States from the 1:100,000 scale NHDPlus, giving each of the 18 hydrological regions a unique base pruning threshold.
Hydraulics and basin morphometry of the largest flash floods in the conterminous united states, J.
Ecological Subregions: Sections and Subsections of the Conterminous United States [1:3,500,000] [CD-ROM].
See also Aggregate Resource Availability in the Conterminous United States, Including Suggestions for Addressing Shortages, Quality, and Environmental Concerns (Open-File Report 2011-1119), available at http://pubs.
Consequently, while the grid in the conterminous United States is a web crisscrossing the lower 48 states, the Canadian backbone system consists of north-south lines closely linked to the United States.
"Landforms of the Conterminous United States", USGS, 1991; "A Tapestry of Time and Terrain", USGS, 2000; and "Ecoregions of North America", USDA National Forest Service, 1997) which show the complete 'picture' of the topics mapped in isolation in the North Carolina examples.
[9] ATC, 1990, "Seismic Vulnerability and Impact of disruption of lifelines in the conterminous United states", ATC- 25, FEMA, Redwood City, CA, 439 P.
The researchers have included individuals encompassing most of the genetic diversity within the 48 conterminous United States.--By Marcia Wood, ARS.