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The West > New Mexico > Geography

Geographic centers > Location
12 miles southsouthwest of Willard
Geographic regions
The West
Land Acreage > Total 77.6 million acres [5th of 45]
Land Acreage > Total Cropland 1.89 million acres [31st of 43]
Land Acreage > Total Forest Land 16.68 million acres [14th of 44]
Land Acreage > Total Pasture or Range Land 0.21 million acres [37th of 43]
Land area 121,356 sq mi [5th of 56]
Land borders
Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona; international borders: Mexico
Largest cities (with populations) Albuquerque - 484,246
Mean County Area 9,542.85 sq.km. [4th of 49]
Percentage of area water 0.19% [50th of 50]
State capitals (with populations) Santa Fe - 62,203
Tornadoes > Fatalities 3 [32nd of 55]
Tornadoes > Injuries 105 [34th of 55]
Tornadoes > Total cost of damage $25,802,048.00 [38th of 55]
Tornadoes > Total number 390 [27th of 55]
Total area 121,589 sq mi [5th of 50]
US National Historic Landmarks > Number 44 [17th of 51]
US National Historic Landmarks > Number, non-duplicated 43 [18th of 51]
Water area 234 sq mi [49th of 50]

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Bill Seamans (wkseamans@hotmail.com)
15th February 2009
I've noticed on maps that New Mexico's border with Oklahoma is slightly east of its border with Texas. Why is that?

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