Provincial Profile - Page 11 of 16 - Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines
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Provincial Profile

Approximately 60.21% of the province is mountainous characterized by very steep to steep landform.

25.41% is rolling to moderately steep. 14.38% is gently sloping to undulating and flat to near flat.

Most of the latter are agricultural areas concentrated in the North Sector. Only the municipality of Ambaguio and some parts of Quezon and Bayombong are considered mountainous in the North. Most of the mountainous areas are found in the South Sector.

Nueva Vizcaya is approximately 60.21% mountainous characterized by very steep to steep landform, 25.41% is rolling to moderately steep and 14. 38% is gently sloping to undulating and flat to near flat.

The province has an elevation ranging from 100-2,000 meters above sea level (ASL) within the proximity of Mt. Pulag in Kayapa. The areas with lower elevation raging from 100-300 meters ASL are found in the North Sector comprising the municipalities of Solano, Bagabag, Villaverde and some parts of Diadi.

Those classified as upland with an elevation of 500 to more than 2,000 meters ASL are located mostly in the municipalities of the South Sector.  In the North Sector, only Ambaguio has extensive uplands.

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