Philip's International School Atlas
George Philip Limited, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 144 pages
Here''s an atlas that really maps out everything a young scholar needs to earn an A+ in geography! Especially created for secondary school students, it''s divided into easy-to-use sections, all with color-coded pages. Political maps show national boundaries at a glance, and mark capital cities. Physical maps have layer-coloring and hill-shading that give landscape information, including mountains, rivers, and lakes, we well as towns, roads, and railways. Climate maps for each continent tell the average temperatures for January and July, indicating the prevailing winds and cold and warm ocean currents. Thematic maps compare nation with nation on key social and economic topics such as population, health, standard of living, food consumption, and trade. World study maps provide detailed information on important geographical and environmental themes.
Economic maps chart the different types of land use in each continent. Whether pupils want to know about energy and water resources in the Middle East or deforestation in Brazil, they''ll find the information quickly!
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