eBook Reference World Atlas, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1465421181
  • ISBN-13: 9781465421180
  • DDC: 912
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - 12th Grade +
  • 408 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Overview

A beautifully clear, detailed, and fully revised and updated guide, DK's Reference World Atlas gives a superb overview of all the world's regions. Providing a detailed reference map set, the atlas also features computer-generated terrain-modeled maps and the landscapes, bringing an all-new dimension to cartography. This ninth edition of DK's respected Reference World Atlas includes all recent border, place name, and flag changes from around the world, including the emerging state of South Sudan.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Introduction.
Contents.
How to use this Atlas.
1: The World.
2: The Solar System.
3: The physical world.
4: Structure of the Earth.
5: Shaping the landscape.
6: The world’s oceans.
7: The global climate.
8: Life on Earth.
9: Population and Settlement.
10: The economic system.
11: The political world.
12: States and boundaries.
13: International disputes.
14: Atlas of the World.
15: North America.
16: North America.
17: Physical North America.
18: Political North America.
19: North American resources.
20: Canada.
21: Canada: Western Provinces.
22: Canada: Eastern Provinces.
23: Southeastern Canada.
24: The United States of America.
25: Usa: Northeastern States.
26: Usa: Mid-Eastern States.
27: Usa: Southern States.
28: Usa: Texas.
29: Usa: South Midwestern States.
30: Usa: Upper Plains States.
31: Usa: Great Lakes States.
32: Usa: North Mountain States.
33: Usa: California & Nevada.
34: Usa: South Mountain States.
35: Usa: Hawaii.
36: Mexico.
37: Central America.
38: The Caribbean.
39: South America.
40: South America.
41: Physical South America.
42: Political South America.
43: South American resources.
44: Northern South America.
45: Western South America.
46: Brazil.
47: Eastern South America.
48: Southern South America.
49: The Atlantic Ocean.
50: Africa.
51: Africa.
52: Physical Africa.
53: Political Africa.
54: African resources.
55: North Africa.
56: West Africa.
57: Central Africa.
58: East Africa.
59: Southern Africa.
60: Europe.
61: Europe.
62: Physical Europe.
63: Political Europe.
64: European resources.
65: Scandinavia, Finland & Iceland.
66: Southern Scandinavia.
67: The British Isles.
68: The Low Countries.
69: Germany.
70: France.
71: The Iberian peninsula.
72: The Italian peninsula.
73: The Alpine states.
74: Central Europe.
75: Southeast Europe.
76: Bulgaria & Greece.
77: Romania, Moldova & Ukraine.
78: The Baltic states & Belarus.
79: The Mediterranean.
80: The Russian Federation.
81: Northern European Russia.
82: Southern European Russia.
83: Asia.
84: Asia.
85: Physical Asia.
86: Political Asia.
87: Asian resources.
88: Turkey & the Caucasus.
89: The Near East.
90: The Arabian Peninsula.
91: Iran & the Gulf states.
92: Kazakhstan.
93: Central Asia.
94: Afghanistan & Pakistan.
95: South Asia.
96: Northern India & the Himalayan states.
97: Southern India & Sri Lanka.
98: Mainland East Asia.
99: Western China.
100: Eastern China.
101: Northeastern China, Mongolia & Korea.
102: Japan.
103: Mainland Southeast Asia.
104: Western Maritime Southeast Asia.
105: Eastern Maritime Southeast Asia.
106: The Indian Ocean.
107: Australasia & Oceania.
108: Australasia & Oceania.
109: Political Australasia & Oceania.
110: Australasian & Oceanian resources.
111: Australia.
112: Southeast Australia.
113: New Zealand.
114: Melanesia.
115: Micronesia.
116: Polynesia.
117: The Pacific Ocean.
118: Antarctica.
119: The Arctic.
Geographical comparisons.
Countries of the World.
Glossary.
Geographical names.
Index.
Acknowledgements.