The Times Atlas of the World Desktop edition is a complete world reference atlas in a convenient and easy to use format, retaining the authority, style and detail of the larger Times atlases. An excellant world atlas for every day look-up at home or work - broad coverage at a great price.
Have the world at your fingertips with this invaluable compact atlas. From the African plains to the Himalayan heights, over 60 easy-to-read maps uncover the world's continents, regions and countries in astonishing clarity in the 5th edition of the COMPACT WORLD ATLAS. With detailed factfiles on all 195 nations plus a full index-gazetteer that contains 20,000 entries, it's the essential reference tool. Features improved landscape modelling showing the most important roads, railways, rivers and settlements, as well as key global statistics, time zones, geographical comparisons and up-to-date reference information. Updated to include all recent border, place name and flag changes around the world. Perfect for anyone looking for a reliable fact-finder atlas at a low price - the COMPACT WORLD ATLAS is an unbeatable world reference for every home, office or school.
The latest edition of the world's most prestigious and authoritative world atlas, containing up-to-date world maps and thematic information curated by experts in geography and cartography. Now in its fourteenth edition, the Times Comprehensive Atlas of the World continues to be the benchmark of cartographic excellence. The atlas is relied on and trusted by governments, media companies and international organizations around the world including the UN and the European Commission. New features: Double page map of the Arctic Ocean New maps of sub-ice features in the Arctic Ocean and the Antarctic Physical maps of all the continents Major updates include: 5000 place name changes, most notably in Japan, Brazil, South Korea, Taiwan and Spain. A beautifully illustrated section on current issues, including climate change, economy and energy, and a new section on the power of maps. Updated national parks and conserved areas including the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA), the largest conservation zone in the world. Realignment of the international boundary between Burkina Faso and Niger resulting from the International Court of Justice decision. Addition of Brussel as alternative local name form for Bruxelles (Brussels) as city is officially bilingual. Now shown as Brussel/Bruxelles. New administrative structures in Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Kenya and Madagascar, and the addition of the new Indian state of Telangana. Addition of over 50 major waterfalls around the world.
Have the world at your fingertips with this invaluable compact atlas. From the African plains to the Himalayan heights, over 60 easy-to-read maps uncover the world's continents, regions and countries in astonishing clarity in the 5th edition of the Compact World Atlas. With detailed factfiles on all 195 nations plus a full index-gazetteer that contains 20,000 entries, it's the essential reference tool. It features improved landscape modelling showing the most important roads, railways, rivers and settlements, as well as key global statistics, time zones, geographical comparisons and up-to-date reference information. It is updated to include all recent border, place name and flag changes around the world. Perfect for anyone looking for a reliable fact-finder atlas at a low price - the Compact World Atlas is an unbeatable world reference for every home, office or school.
See Earth in ten times more detail than ever before. From Antarctica to Zambia, discover the Earth continent by continent with the "Complete Atlas of the World". Cross the globe from your armchair with 330 maps including 100 city plans showing the world's political and physical geography in the clearest way possible. Landscapes are brought to life through detailed terrain models and colour schemes giving you an unparalleled overview of our planet. Plus, the easy-to-use index of 100,000 place names helps you find what you're looking for fast. "The Complete Atlas of the World" is one atlas that every family bookshelf needs.
Published to mark the 100th anniversary of National Geographic cartography, the prestigious and authoritative National Geographic Atlas of the World, Tenth Edition is an essential guide to understanding today's increasingly interconnected world. Illustrated maps and informational graphics chart rapidly changing global themes such as population trends, urbanization, health and longevity, human migration, climate change, communications, and the world economy. The core of any atlas is the reference mapping section and the 10th Edition boasts the largest and most comprehensive collection of political maps ever published by National Geographic. Completely updated and expanded by sixteen pages, this section features new maps of Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales, three detailed regional maps of Australia, expanded coverage of Africa, and a map of the strategically important area around the Mediterranean Sea, encompassing North Africa and Southern Europe. In addition, special sections are dedicated to the Oceans, Space, and Flags and Facts. These are followed by an expanded index, with more than 150,000 place names. The 10th Edition's high-quality construction and large format make it a centerpiece to gather around as well as the perfect reference tool for understanding how the present and past continually collide in today's fast-paced world.
This new edition of the popular mini world atlas has been brought fully up-to-date to reflect all recent global changes. Designed in the distinctive Collins style, this is a detailed guide to the world in a handy format. Detailed maps, specifically designed for this small format, provide balanced and up-to-date coverage of the world. The maps rely on the latest cartographic technology to ensure their accuracy, accessibility and distinctive style. The level of detail is impressive for such a small format atlas, and the index contains references to over 20,000 place names. All recent political changes are included in the mapping, as are recently changed place names.
A new, fully updated edition of this popular atlas in the stylish and authoritative Collins world atlas range. Designed in the distinctive Collins style, it is the ideal reference atlas for school, home and business use. This is a great value world atlas with more place names and mapping than any other atlas at this price. Discover more about our world, continent by continent, with this Collins World Atlas, which has been brought fully up-to-date to reflect all recent changes. The highly detailed yet clear and accessible maps give balanced worldwide coverage, and the atlas includes beautifully illustrated thematic pages. Also includes maps of the world's physical features, details of all the world's states and territories, a map of world's time zones, internet links and thousands of facts and key world statistics, including world and continental ranking tables, to enhance your knowledge of the world today. CONTENTS INCLUDE. - Highly detailed reference maps, beautifully illustrated thematic pages and the latest facts and statistics. - 32 pages showing the latest topical global issues, including climate and weather, population, urbanization and environment. - Detailed section showing key statistics, description and flags for every country in the world. - Section showing stunning satellite images. - Special section listing all the UNESCO World Heritage sites in each continent with location maps. - Detailed index to over 80,000 place names. In short, this Collins World Atlas presents a complete view of the world, bringing it to life through innovative maps, stunning images and detailed content. It offers an exciting perspective on how the planet is made up, how it looks and how it works.
Continuing in the tradition of National Geographic's world-renowned cartography, this top-selling, comprehensive atlas is perfectly sized for the entire family. Completely updated using dramatic cartographic innovations that have yielded new and compelling views of Earth, this atlas is an affordable asset for any student, home, or library. More than 1,000 maps, illustrations, pictures, graphs, charts, and flags provide a rich and technologically impressive collection of the world's dynamic natural and human geographic phenomena. With 16 new pages, this Fourth Edition reflects a revamped and expanded section on the world thematics, Asia, and Space, along with a new section on flags and facts and a new spread on Mars featuring the latest, spectacular images and data from rover Curiosity. The moon is shown in incredible detail derived from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. Whether it's the location of a place somewhere on the globe or in our local galaxy, the hottest or coldest place on Earth, the population of Brunei, or a need-to-know fact about the biosphere, world energy, geologic time, or environmental stresses, the information in Family Reference Atlas of the World will empower and enlighten its readers, and should be a part of every family library.
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From Antarctica to Korea, discover the Earth continent by continent with 102 detailed maps and cross the globe from your armchair. Get the low down on 193 independent states with up-to-the-minute geopolitical facts, and find your spot fast with the easy-to-use index of 100,000 place-names. It's an unparalleled world overview.
This encyclopedic view of our planet, revised and updated for the 7th edition, sets new standards in cartographic excellence. Created using the latest digital techniques and satellite data, high-definition maps for the whole world are complemented by superb photographs, diagrams, and topic maps.