Where is the Southern Appalachian CESU?
Its at the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains, of course!
But donít let boundary lines fool you. The Southern Appalachian CESU doesnít really have boundaries. Its more of an area of affinity than anything else. An area where universities, institutes, NGOs, state agencies and federal units would commonly associate with each other in a common geographical area.
In the map below, the red line is the boundary designated by the National CESU Council. It represents an approximate biogeographic area. The blue line represents the area affinity that the Southern Appalachian CESU commonly operates in.