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1 Atlas Of The World 19th Edition.
Oxford University Press, New York/Oxford/London: 2011. Nineteenth Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
The only world atlas updated annually, guaranteeing that users will find the most current geographic information, Oxford's Atlas of the World is the most authoritative resource on the market. The Eighteenth Edition remains the finest international reference source of its kind available. Including new census information, dozens of city maps, gorgeous satellite images of Earth, and a geographical glossary, this atlas offers exceptional value at a reasonable price. Full of crisp, clear cartography of urban areas and virtually uninhabited landscapes around the globe, the Atlas has maps of cities and regions at carefully selected scales that give a striking view of the Earth's surface. Opening with world statistics and a colorful, instructive 48-page Introduction to World Geography--beautifully illustrated with tables and graphs--this acclaimed resource provides details on such topics as climate, the greenhouse effect, employment and industry, standards of living, agriculture, population and migration, and global conflicts. As in years past, this edition includes the latest geographic information. The popular satellite image section has been refreshed with stunning new images of different regions and urban areas around the world. A completely updated Gazetteer of Nations provides an invaluable A-Z reference source of concise country profiles, including important historical events and statistics on economies and politics. Recent events in Africa and the Middle East--and their profound consequences--are incorporated into various country profiles. Providing the finest global coverage available, the Atlas of the World is not only the best-selling volume of its size and price, but also the benchmark by which all other atlases are measured. Features * The only atlas to be updated annually * Fascinating features include world statistics tables, an Introduction to World Geography, and an A-Z Gazetteer of Nations * Stunning new satellite imagery * Well-designed interior for heightened accuracy and easy locating * Sophisticated digital mapping showing detailed political and topographical information with exceptional brightness and clarity * Comprehensive index with thousands of historical names, geographical features, and cities with full latitude and longitude coordinates 
Price: 85.45 USD
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2 Atlas Of The World.
Oxford University Press, New York/Oxford/London: 2011. 0199829934 / 9780199829934 Deluxe Edition. Second Edition. h New Book. Hardcover with slipcase. 
Offering unsurpassed geographical coverage, Oxford's Atlas of the World, Deluxe Edition is the new leader in top-shelf world atlases. No other atlas offers such a comprehensive range of maps--each of which is informed by the best cartography available--in such a striking, glamorous package. The Deluxe Atlas offers complete coverage of all regions of the world, with detailed city and world maps, the latest world statistics and a 56-page Introduction to World Geography that explains with clarity such issues as global warming, biodiversity, energy, population, health, standards of living, and much more. Additionally, vivid new satellite images of Oslo, Mexico City, Beijing, Rome, Las Vegas (clearly showing that city's bright lights), and other cities around the world illustrate how different and stunning the world's cities are when seen from afar. With a slipcase to ensure that it maintains its pristine condition over time, and other luxury features such as gold embossing, the Atlas of the World, Deluxe Edition provides an extraordinary collection of maps, fascinating geographical information, and a gorgeous package--all at a remarkable value. Features * Beautiful luxury atlas with stunning satellite imagery and comprehensive geographical coverage * Illuminating new feature on the oceans of the world * New satellite images include Mexico City, Beijing, Islamabad, and Las Vegas * A 56-page Introduction to World Geography covers everything from the solar system to globalization * Comes with a slipcase and ribbon marker, ensuring that this attractive atlas is well-preserved and easily navigated 
Price: 189.05 USD
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3 LAVIN, STEPHEN J.; SHELLEY, FRED M. & ARCHER, J. CLARK. Atlas Of The Great Plains.
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln: . First Printing. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
The Great Plains stretching northward from Texas to Canada, is a region that has been understudied and overloooked. 
Price: 37.95 USD
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4 LAVIN, STEPHEN J.; SHELLEY, FRED M. & ARCHER, J. CLARK. Atlas Of The Great Plains.
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln: 2011. First Printing. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
The Great Plains, stretching northward from Texas into Canada, is a region that has been understudied and overlooked. The Atlas of the Great Plains, however, brings a new focus to North America's midcontinent. With more than three hundred original full-color maps, accompanied by extended explanatory text, this collection chronicles the history of the Great Plains, including political and social developments. Far more than simply the geography of the region, this atlas explores a myriad of subjects from Native Americans to settlement patterns, agricultural ventures to voting records, and medical services to crime rates. These detailed and beautifully designed maps convey the significance of the region, capturing the essence of its land and life. The only current and comprehensive atlas of the Great Plains region, it is also the first atlas to include both the United States and Canada, showing the region's full length and breadth. Stephen J. Lavin (1943-2011) was a professor of geography at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He coauthored (with J. Clark Archer and Fred M. Shelley) of the Historical Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections, 1788-2004 and the Atlas of American Politics, 1960-2000. Fred M. Shelley is a professor of geography at the University of Oklahoma. He is the coauthor of The Geography of North America: Environment, Political Economy, and Culture. J. Clark Archer is a professor of geography at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. David J. Wishart is a professor of geography at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the editor of the Encyclopedia of the Great Plains (Nebraska 2004). John C. Hudson is a professor of geography at Northwestern University and author of Across This Land: A Regional Geography of the United States and Canada. "Recommended as a great value at a terrific price for most libraries; essential for all types of libraries where there is an interest in the history and geography of this region."—Diana Shonrock, Booklist "This distinctive and handsomely produced atlas is highly recommended as an invaluable reference resource for public and academic libraries, and it will enthrall all those with a special interest in North America's heartland."—Edward K. Werner, Library Journal "The Atlas of the Great Plains may well be one of the best scholarly atlases of a United States region ever produced. While the volume makes a much-needed scholarly contribution to research on the region, its layout, topics, map design, and text make the geographical diversity and geographical patterns of the Great Plains easily accessible to anyone who has an interest in this often-overlooked region of North America." —Robert Watrel, South Dakota History "Whether your interest is cartography, social trends or a desire to learn more about our country's midsection, this glorious book is sure to captivate and educate."—Sandy Amazeen, Monsters and Critics "Every library in the plains region will of course need this title in its reference collection."—Mark T. Bay, American Reference Books "The 300 maps here are more than enough to demonstrate the diversity present in North America's vast interior. And, at $39.95, the atlas is a bargain."—James R. Shortridge, Geographical Review 2011 Booklist Editor's Choice, reference category. 
Price: 37.95 USD
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5 ROWLEY, H. H. Teach Yourself: The Modern Reader's Bible Atlas.
Association Press, New York: 1961. Teach Yourself Series. s Softcover. Good condition but cover is only fair. 
Provides maps, text and illustrations. Treats briefly of the geography and history of the Bible and of the service of Near Eastern archaeology to the student of Scripture. Includes an Index. 
Price: 11.83 USD
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