Comprehensive reference mapping provides an amazingly detailed
view of the world, and the illustrated thematic content covers the
most important geographical issues of the day, making this atlas a
valuable addition to any reference collection.
Over 4,000 name changes throughout the world
Addition of newly named Queen Elizabeth Land in Antarctica
New administrative divisions in India, Bangladesh, Chad and
Populations of major cities updated using latest UN figures
Major new railways added in China, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Algeria
Major new roads added in France, Poland and India
Realigned International Date Line around Samoa and Tokelau
Historical maps of the world show the political make-up of the
world over the last 150 years and the atlas also includes plans of
41 of the world''s major cities. An expanded satellite imagery
section contains an overview image of each continent, and is
complemented with a detailed image.
Produced in the same style as the Times Comprehensive Atlas of
the World, with a slate grey finish and a beautiful image.