eBook Student Atlas, 7th Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1465421289
  • ISBN-13: 9781465421289
  • DDC: 912
  • Grade Level Range: 5th Grade - 12th Grade
  • 176 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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Overview

Created with the middle-school student in mind, Student Atlas, 7th Edition combines excellent reference mapping with imaginative ways of encouraging students to develop map-reading skills. Readers will gain experience in using and understanding both large-and small-scale maps. Innovative design combined with the latest techniques in computer-generated cartography will stimulate students to develop an interest in both map skills and geography.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
1: Learning Map Skills.
2: Amazing Earth.
3: Mapping the World.
4: How Maps are Made.
5: Reading Maps.
6: Using the Atlas.
7: The World about Us.
8: The Physical World.
9: The Earth's Structure.
10: Climate and Life Zones.
11: World Population.
12: The World Economy.
13: Borders and Boundaries.
14: The Atlas of the World.
15: The Nations of the World.
16: North America.
17: Continental North America.
18: North American Geography.
19: Western Canada.
20: Eastern Canada.
21: US: The Northeastern States.
22: US: The Southern States.
23: US: The Great Lakes States.
24: US: The Central States.
25: US: The Southwestern States.
26: US: The Mountain States.
27: US: The Pacific States.
28: Alaska.
29: Mexico.
30: Central America.
31: The Caribbean.
32: South America.
33: Continental South America.
34: South American Geography.
35: Northern South America.
36: Southern South America.
37: Africa.
38: Continental Africa.
39: African Geography.
40: North Africa.
41: West Africa.
42: East Africa.
43: Southern Africa.
44: Erope.
45: Continental Europe.
46: European Geography.
47: Northern Europe.
48: The Low Countries.
49: The British Isles: Ireland, United Kingdom.
50: Ireland.
51: Scotland.
52: Northern England & Wales.
53: Southern England.
54: France.
55: Spain and Portugal.
56: Germany and the alpine states.
57: Italy.
58: Central Europe.
59: Southeast Europe.
60: Eastern Europe.
61: European Russia.
62: The Mediterranean.
63: Asia.
64: Continental Asia.
65: Asian Geography.
66: Russia and Kazakhstan.
67: Turkey and the Caucasus.
68: Southwest Asia.
69: Central Asia.
70: South Asia.
71: East Asia.
72: Southeast Asia.
73: Japan and Korea.
74: Australasia & Oceania.
75: Australasia & Oceania.
76: Australia.
77: New Zealand.
78: Southwest Pacific.
79: Polar Regions.
80: Antarctica.
81: Time Zones.
82: Geographical Comparisons.
83: World Factfile.
Glossary.
Index.
FlagsSATL on back endpaper.
Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Acknowledgments.
Contents.
1: Learning Map Skills.
2: Amazing Earth.
3: Mapping the World.
4: How Maps Are Made.
5: Reading Maps.
6: Using the Atlas.
7: The World About Us.
8: The Physical World.
9: The Earth's Structure.
10: Climate and Life Zones.
11: World Population.
12: The World Economy.
13: Borders and Boundaries.
14: The Atlas of the World.
15: The Nations of the World.
16: North America.
17: Continental North America.
18: North American Geography.
19: Western Canada.
20: Eastern Canada.
21: US: The Northeastern States.
22: US: The Southern States.
23: US: The Great Lakes States.
24: US: The Central States.
25: US: The Southwestern States.
26: US: The Mountain States.
27: US: The Pacific States.
28: Alaska.
29: Mexico.
30: Central America.
31: The Caribbean.
32: South America.
33: Continental South America.
34: South American Geography.
35: Northern South America.
36: Southern South America.
37: Africa.
38: Continental Africa.
39: African Geography.
40: North Africa.
41: West Africa.
42: East Africa.
43: Southern Africa.
44: Europe.
45: Continental Europe.
46: European Geography.
47: Northern Europe.
48: The Low Countries.
49: The British Isles.
50: Ireland.
51: Scotland.
52: Northern England & Wales.
53: Southern England.
54: France.
55: Spain and Portugal.
56: Germany and the Alpine States.
57: Italy.
58: Central Europe.
59: Southeast Europe.
60: Eastern Europe.
61: European Russia.
62: The Mediterranean.
63: Asia.
64: Continental Asia.
65: Asian Geography.
66: Russia and Kazakhstan.
67: Turkey and the Caucasus.
68: Southwest Asia.
69: Central Asia.
70: South Asia.
71: East Asia.
72: Southeast Asia.
73: Japan and Korea.
74: Australasia & Oceania.
75: Australasia & Oceania.
76: Australia.
77: New Zealand.
78: Southwest Pacific.
79: Polar Regions.
80: Antarctica.
Time Zone.
Geographical Comparisons.
World Factfile.
Glossary.
Index.