Atlas A-Z, 4th Edition

  • David Roberts
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  • ISBN-10: 0756669901
  • ISBN-13: 9780756669904
  • DDC: 912
  • Grade Level Range: 2nd Grade - 5th Grade
  • 432 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released October 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2010

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Overview

Beautiful, high-quality mapping together with a comprehensive Factfile section covering every nation of the world presented in a handy format make this an essential purchase for anyone seeking a reliable atlas and fact-finder at a budget price. Section One: A Global Perspective, the World Atlas opens with Political, Physical, and World Time Zone maps followed by comprehensive mapping of all the world's nations, totaling 130 pages of colorful, crisp, legible world mapping with insight facts, locators and an alpha-numeric grid to ease navigation. Section Two: Countries of the World, the second section comprises a Countries Factfile running to some 230 pages, as well as Overseas territories and International Organizations. This section contains completely up-to-date reference data for every one of the world's 195 nations, including total area, population, languages, religions, and currency. Each country's national flag is also shown in color.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Key to Map Symbols.
Atlas Contents.
Factfile Contents.
1: The Political World.
2: The Physical World.
3: Time Zones.
4: The World’s Regions.
5: North & Central America.
6: Western Canada & Alaska.
7: Eastern Canada.
8: USA: The Northeast.
9: USA: Central States.
10: USA: The West.
11: USA: The Southwest.
12: USA: The Southeast.
13: Mexico.
14: Central America.
15: The Caribbean.
16: South America.
17: Northern South America.
18: Peru, Bolivia & North Brazil.
19: Paraguay, Uruguay & South Brazil.
20: Southern South America.
21: The Atlantic Ocean.
22: Africa.
23: Northwest Africa.
24: Northeast Africa.
25: West Africa.
26: Central Africa.
27: Southern Africa.
28: Europe.
29: The North Atlantic.
30: Scandinavia & Finland.
31: The Low Countries.
32: The British Isles.
33: France, Andorra & Monaco.
34: Spain & Portugal.
35: Germany & the Alpine States.
36: Italy.
37: Central Europe.
38: Southeast Europe.
39: The Mediterranean.
40: Bulgaria & Greece.
41: The Baltic States & Belarus.
42: Ukraine, Moldova & Romania.
43: European Russia.
44: North & West Asia.
45: Russia & Kazakhstan.
46: Turkey & the Caucasus.
47: The Near East.
48: The Middle East.
49: Central Asia.
50: South & East Asia.
51: Western China & Mongolia.
52: Eastern China & Korea.
53: Japan.
54: Southern India & Sri Lanka.
55: North India & Pakistan.
56: Mainland Southeast Asia.
57: Maritime Southeast Asia.
58: The Indian Ocean.
59: Australasia & Oceania.
60: The Southwest Pacific.
61: Western Australia.
62: Eastern Australia.
63: New Zealand.
64: The Pacific Ocean.
65: Antarctica.
66: Arctic.
67: The World Factfiles.
68: North & Central America.
69: South America.
70: Africa.
71: Europe.
72: Asia.
73: Australasia & Oceania.
74: Key to Factfile Maps.
75: Afghanistan.
76: Albania.
77: Algeria.
78: Andorra.
79: Angola.
80: Antarctica.
81: Antigua & Barbuda.
82: Argentina.
83: Armenia.
84: Australia.
85: Austria.
86: Azerbaijan.
87: Bahamas.
88: Bahrain.
89: Bangladesh.
90: Barbados.
91: Belarus.
92: Belgium.
93: Belize.
94: Benin.
95: Bhutan.
96: Bolivia.
97: Bosnia & Herzegovina.
98: Botswana.
99: Brazil.
100: Brunei.
101: Bulgaria.
102: Burkina.
103: Burundi.
104: Cambodia.
105: Cameroon.
106: Canada.
107: Cape Verde.
108: Central African Republic.
109: Chad.
110: Chile.
111: China.
112: Colombia.
113: Comoros.
114: Congo.
115: Congo, (DRC).
116: Costa Rica.
117: Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast).
118: Croatia.
119: Cuba.
120: Cyprus.
121: Czech Republic.
122: Denmark.
123: Djibouti.
124: Dominica.
125: Dominican Republic.
126: East Timor.
127: Ecuador.
128: Egypt.
129: El Salvador.
130: Equatorial Guinea.
131: Eritrea.
132: Estonia.
133: Ethiopia.
134: Fiji.
135: Finland.
136: France.
137: Gabon.
138: Gambia.
139: Georgia.
140: Germany.
141: Ghana.
142: Greece.
143: Grenada.
144: Guatemala.
145: Guinea.
146: Guinea-Bissau.
147: Guyana.
148: Haiti.
149: Honduras.
150: Hungary.
151: Iceland.
152: India.
153: Indonesia.
154: Iran.
155: Iraq.
156: Ireland.
157: Israel.
158: Italy.
159: Jamaica.
160: Japan.
161: Jordan.
162: Kazakhstan.
163: Kenya.
164: Kiribati.
165: North Korea.
166: South Korea.
167: Kosovo.
168: Kuwait.
169: Kyrgyzstan.
170: Laos.
171: Latvia.
172: Lebanon.
173: Lesotho.
174: Liberia.
175: Libya.
176: Liechtenstein.
177: Lithuania.
178: Luxembourg.
179: Macedonia.
180: Madagascar.
181: Malawi.
182: Malaysia.
183: Maldives.
184: Mali.
185: Malta.
186: Marshall Islands.
187: Mauritania.
188: Mauritius.
189: Mexico.
190: Micronesia.
191: Moldova.
192: Monaco.
193: Mongolia.
194: Montenegro.

Meet the Author

Author Bio

David Roberts

David Roberts has a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Landscape Architecture Degree and ahs been a practicing landscape architect for over 25 years with many local, national and international commissions