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Modern World School Atlas

Modern World School Atlas

Compiled by Anthem Press

Simply the best atlas for school students, Anthem’s ‘Modern World School Atlas’ is the essential reference resource for the contemporary world.

Hardback, 176 Pages

ISBN:9781843313076

March 2009

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Simply the best atlas for school students, Anthem’s ‘Modern World School Atlas’ is the essential reference resource for the contemporary world. This is the only student atlas with fully integrated study maps and other illustrations on: climate and the environment; geological processes; natural disasters; economic and social concerns; health and education; wealth and poverty; travel and tourism; population trends, and maps of the world’s 18 greatest cities.

The ‘Modern World School Atlas’ also benefits from clear, detailed and fresh political and physical digital colour maps of our world and stunning colour imagery of the Earth from space, study maps providing in-depth colour analysis of key regions and themes, a section on map-making, satellites and remote sensing, up-to-date social and economic statistics for every country of the world, a comprehensive, 16-page index of world place names and features, and a flags of the world display.

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1. Map Making; 2. World Study; 3. City Maps: World’s Largest Cities; 4. World Atlas; 5. World Statistics; 6. Index; 7. Flags of the World

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