Atlas of Earth
The Atlas Library provides an up-to-date look at the essential aspects of our world and the universe beyond. Each volume of this colorful, large-format, pictorial reference collection offers detailed text presented in bite-sized blocks for easy access to information. From the physical Earth and its inhabitants to the farthest reaches of space, fact-loaded text is punctuated with superb color photographs, satellite images, maps, diagrams, and drawings for more thorough comprehension. This series is also a valuable reference for both high-school teens and adults.
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The Living Planet
Earth in Space
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Africa America andesitic Antarctic Antarctica Arctic areas Asia atmosphere Australia Basaltic beach Building Mountains carbon Changing Coasts climate Clouds and Storms coal coastline cold continent continental coral Coriolis effect cracks crater debris deep delta deposited desert Dougal Dixon Earth's crust Earth's surface earthquake eastern Pacific equator eroded erosion erupt Europe feet flows formed gases glaciers Gondwana gradually groundwater Ice Age ice cap icebergs island lakes land landmass lava layer limestone magma Mediterranean melt metamorphic rock meteorite miles million years ago mineral molten Moon Moving Bands Moving Plates Namib Namib Desert Nino North Sea Ocean Currents ocean floor oceanic crust ozone photograph Planet plate tectonics Polar Regions pollution produced rain forest reef ridges Rift Valley river rocky sand bar satellite sea level sediment sedimentary rock shows slowly snow soil solidifies space Spreading Rifts sq km Tethys Ocean tides tombolos tropical tundra types volcanoes warm waves winds