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1. Brooks Range • 2. Seward Peninsula mountains • 3. Nulato Hills • 4. Yukon-Tanana Uplands • 5. Ogilvie Mountians • 6. Kuskokwim Mountains • 7. Alaska Range • 8. Talkeetna Mountains • 9. Wrangell Mountains • 10. Aleutian Range • 11. Kenai Mountains • 12. Chugach Mountains • 13. St. Elias Mountains • 14. Coast Mountains

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