The Times Reference Atlas of the World
Ideal for the office, school, university or home, this authoritative atlas comprises over 100 pages of Collins Bartholomew mapping, including political and physical maps of the world, the oceans and the continents, with an index of 45,000 places. In addition, there are sections of satellite images of the world; historical maps from 1858 to the present day; geographical information covering states and territories and physical features; and plans of 44 major cities. No jacket.
For the Incurably Curious
Where are the world’s highest mountains, its longest rivers, its deepest oceans? Which country is the largest producer of cinnamon, and how heavy is the world’s heaviest insect? With distinctive maps and a wonderful miscellany of information on subjects from ancient history to football, economics to endangered animals, every page in this unusual atlas is a voyage of discovery. There are maps of the world (including one showing the early explorers’ routes), whole continents, regions, countries and the oceans.
The Atlas of Birds
Mapping Avian Diversity, Behaviour and Habitats Worldwide
This comprehensive reference book provides a timely insight into the conservation status of birds around the world, with full-colour maps showing where birds are found, where and why they are most under threat and what is being done to protect them. Maps and diagrams also chart the amazing phenomenon of bird migration and explain bird classification. The Atlas is illustrated with photographs and artworks and its authoritative text uses the latest data and case studies.
The Times Concise Atlas of the World
For the 13th edition, this major atlas has been updated to 2016 and includes, among several new features, nine historical maps of the world since 1858 and satellite images of the continents. The main body of the atlas comprises over 200 pages of Collins Bartholomew maps covering the continents, oceans and polar regions. Other features include world maps, 41 city plans and geographical information, new sections on climate change and economy, a glossary and a comprehensive index of place names. Slipcased.
Collins World Atlas
Beginning with a section of world maps and diagrams covering topics including landscape, climate and conflict, this atlas contains full-page, physical mapping of the continents, oceans and poles, with illustrated introductions to the physical and political geography of each major region. There is also a statistics section with a full listing of the world’s states and territories and an index of over 50,000 place names. Fifth edition.
The Times Desktop Atlas of the World
With over 110 pages of beautifully clear mapping, the Desktop Atlas provides the authority, outstanding quality and attention to detail of all Times atlases in a convenient, smaller format. The world and regional maps are accompanied by thematic sections including the list of states and territories with statistics of area, population etc; maps and statistical information on the continents and oceans; and world surveys of climate, environment, population and telecommunications; plus a comprehensive index of places. No jacket.
Collins World Atlas
Beginning with a section of world maps and maps, diagrams and data on topics including climate, urbanization, earthquakes and volcanoes, this atlas contains full-page, accurate physical mapping of the continents, Oceania, the oceans and poles, with illustrated introductions to the physical and political geography of each major region. There is also the 'World Statistics' section with a full listing of states and territories giving details of population, economy etc, and a complete index of all names shown on the reference maps.
Oxford Atlas of the World
Opening with an urgently topical section on the future of the oceans, this authoritative, comprehensive atlas is packed with up-to-date statistical information. Around a substantial main section of country maps arranged by continent are thematic features on topics such as globalization, conflict, food supply and the refugee crisis; 32 pages of large-scale city maps; a gazetteer of all the world's 200-plus nations; tables showing national and city populations and income; and 16 stunning new satellite images of the Earth's surface.