National Geographic Student Atlas of the World
National Geographic Society, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
This user-friendly atlas is packed with full-sized, full-color physical and political maps of the world and its continents, plus thematic maps that examine such topics as the Earth's geologic history, climate, vegetation, population, and energy and mineral resources.
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Africa Amazon Basin Antarctica Arabic Arctic Asia Atlantic Ocean Australia average Azimuthal Equidistant Projection boundaries Canada Capital China City climate region Congo continent continental culture date line dialects Earth's surface energy Equal-Area Projection Equator Europe forest vegetation region global graph grassland Guinea High Elevations Highest point Highlands Human Systems World ice cap inches India indigenous languages industry Islands kilometers 3000 Kilometers Azimuthal Equidistant Kinshasa kmph Lake landmasses Largest latitude longitude Lowest point meridian meters Mexico million mountains Natural Hazards North ocean current Oceania Pacific Ocean Pangaea Physical Map Plateau plates Pole Political Map populous country Portuguese precipitation Predominant Economies prevailing winds prime meridian rainfall REPUBLIC River Russian sea level South America Spanish sq km sqkm square mile symbols temperature TROPIC OF CANCER Tropical dry tropical forests Tropical wet Tundra United urban areas volcanoes Warm ocean World Heritage Sites