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The "Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas of the United States and Puerto Rico" wall map shows metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas, collectively referred to as "core based statistical areas" (CBSAs), metropolitan divisions, and their component counties. Versions of this map are available for 2003 - 2013. The June 2003 map has an original and revised version. Please see "Differences Between June 2003 (original) and June 2003 (revised)" below for more details on the differences.
The "Combined Statistical Areas of the United States and Puerto Rico" wall map shows combined statistical areas, and identifies their component metropolitan, and micropolitan statistical areas. Metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas which fall outside of combined statistical areas are also identified. However, the component counties of metropolitan and mircropolitan statistical areas are not identified. Versions of this map are available for 2003 - 2013. The June 2003 map has an original and revised version. Please see "Differences Between June 2003 (original) and June 2003 (revised)" below for more details on the differences.
The title differences between the June 6, 2003 (original) maps and the June 6, 2003 (revised) maps are:
A hard copy of this map is available for purchase. It measures 55.5 x 36 inches. Please see our Maps Available For Purchase page for ordering information and pricing.
See the Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas web page for additional information about these areas, including current delineations, historical delienations, and data.