This is the master map for Kepler-22B
Rows 4-7 are tropical or semi-tropical.
Rows 3 and 8 are temperate and often to hold deserts or dry scrubland.
Rows 2 and 9 are also temperate, but tend to more fertile and wooded.
Rows 1 and 10 are cold and consist of taiga and tundra.
B8 - 176W x 124H - Luke DeGraw - Sand sea desert and ancient, weathered mountains.
C6 - 241W x 124H - John Stater - Tropical jungle, contains ancient ruins of "Preserver Domes" and is inhabited by dinosaur-like creatures. Also contains Jones Station, which garrisons a squadron of Galactic Rangers and serves as the base camp for the prospectors of the Sol-Aldebaran Mining Company.
D8 - 176W x 124H - Roger Burgess - Mountains, the upper plateaus quite dry, with variable landscapes at lower altitudes.
E1 - 45W x 125H - Sandor Gebei - Taiga and tundra
G6 - 241W x 124H - No Assignment Yet - Notable, because this wooded sector holds Port Gernsback, a star port and traditional deepwater port that is usually the arrival point for off-worlders.
G9 - 124W x 125H - Red Orc - Wooded, temperate area with a great lake - probably a bit like the Great Lakes region of the USA/Canda.
I2 - 125W x 124H - Jeff Rients - Windswept volcanic islands, about the equivalent of Iceland with a warmer climate.
I5 - 124W x 241H - John Till - Ocean and island
K9 - 125W x 124H - Simon Forster - A bunch of ocean with a fertile, green island.
L9 - 125W x 124H - Eoin Boyle - The deep blue sea.
S3 - 176W x 124H - Greg Backus - Mediterranean climate, quite hilly.
T3 - 176W x 124H - Jim & Jody Garrison - Mediterranean coasts, mountainous interior.
V3 - 176W x 124H - Porky - Center of a shallow inland sea.
V4 - 214W x 124H - Chris Sakkas - A narrow strip of land between the ocean and a shallow, inland sea. It is temperate land, soaked with rain and those valleys not stripped of good soil are fertile.
X10 - 45W x 125H - ZZarchov - Taiga and tundra.
Note - the numbers are the number of hexes wide (W) and high (H) of each sector map.