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Oxford Atlas of the World

448 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
Oxford Atlas of the World
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  • Oxford Atlas of the World ISBN: 9780197577523 Edition: 28 Hardback Oct 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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About this book

The only world atlas updated annually, Oxford's Atlas of the World is the most authoritative atlas on the market. Full of crisp, clear cartography of urban areas and natural landscapes around the globe, Atlas of the World contains maps of cities and regions at carefully selected scales that give a striking view of the Earth's surface. It opens with a detailed survey of world statistics, a six-page feature examining human migration, and an immersive collection of satellite images of Earth, including stunning new photographs specially sourced and processed for this atlas. The volume continues with a Gazetteer of Nations that has been comprehensively updated to include recent economic and political changes. The extensive thematic World Geography section is beautifully illustrated with charts, maps, and graphs on diverse topics of geographic significance, such as climate change, biodiversity, oceans and seas, population and cities, conflict and cooperation, energy and minerals, tourism and travel, global health, wealth, and standards of living. The hundreds of city and world maps that form the body of the Atlas have been thoroughly updated for this 28th edition.

Providing the finest global coverage available, Atlas of the World of the World offers a diverse collection of information and cartography of unrivaled accuracy and clarity, presented in an uncommonly beautiful volume.

New to this edition:
- New images in the popular satellite imagery section, including Baghdad, Brussels, Guangzhou, Helsinki, Himalayas, Karachi, Lisbon, Manila, Mt. Fuji, and Tahiti
- A new six-page special feature on human migration, examining the temporary and permanent movement of people around the world, illustrated with maps, diagrams, and statistics, including information from the United Nations Refugee Agency
- Updates and expansions to World Geography section including new maps and diagrams covering the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as updates to charts and maps on issues related to global public health, such as maternal mortality, malnutrition, and government health expenditures
- World Cities section updated to show new roads, railways, and places of interest, including prominent new buildings such as the Humboldt Forum (Berlin), Museum of the Future (Dubai), and GES-2 (Moscow)
- Thoroughly updated world maps showing the latest transport information (road, railways, and airports), national parks, and administrative boundary changes, as well as major tourist and historical sites
- Two new inset political maps of China and India showing clearly rendered province boundaries
- Updated world statistics, including population figures for all independent countries and the world's largest cities using most current data available


User Guide
World Statistics
Human Migration [special feature]
Images of Earth
Gazetteer of Nations
World Geography
The Universe
The Solar System
Seasons, Time and Motion
Geology of the Earth
The Atmosphere
Climate Change and Global Warming
Water and Vegetation
Oceans and Seas
Plastic Pollution
Biodiversity and the Natural World
Conflict and Co-operation
Employment Trade and Industry
Tourism and Travel
Standards of Living
World Cities
World Maps
Geographical Glossary
Index to World Maps

Customer Reviews

448 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
Media reviews

"An indispensable reference."
The Today Show

"A veritable encyclopedia of geographic and demographic information, profusely illustrated [...] Extraordinary."
The New York Times

"This authoritative volume is the standard by which others will be measured."
Boston Herald

"You can't do better than the Atlas of the World."
Chicago Tribune

"A page-turning stroll through the continents."
USA Today

"Flipping through this book is a lush experience, with new satellite imagery and more maps and graphs than you thought imaginable. Reading the Atlas is a little trip around the globe."

"The Oxford Atlas of the World includes, beyond the meticulously detailed topography of every surface on the globe, useful maps of nearly 70 major city centers as well as efficient mini-essays on everything from slums to the global scrap-metal industry. Among 17 beautiful satellite images of population centers, those of Beijing, with its concentric roads encircling the Forbidden City, and Honolulu, a city built atop an undersea volcano, invite the sustained attention we reserve for great works of art."
The Wall Street Journal

"It is, altogether, a handsome product, well-organized, thorough in its coverage, a graphic delight [...] This is a truly welcome product, a delight to hold, a delight to use."

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