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National Geographic Historical Maps

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  • Environmental World Large Wall Map *BEST WALL MAP WINNER * - Global Mapping

    *BEST WALL MAP 2012* in Dresden, Germany - International Map Trade Association AWARD WINNING WALL MAP 2011* British Cartography Society The latest educational wall map from Global Mapping highlighting the threats human activity has on our planet has picked up two prestigious awards from The British Cartographic Society (BCS). It won the Stanford’s Award for Best Paper Map with the judges comments: Good symbology, size, does the job of clearly conveying the environmental issues facing our planet, a top quality piece of cartography. It then went on to beat the winners in the other catagories to pick up the coveted BCS Cup for the best overall winner in the process beating the likes of National Geographic and Ordnance Survey with the judges adding: "The Environmental World by Global Mapping stood out as being a piece of cartography that worked well on all levels, good mapping, symbology, clarity, use of colour and the bonus of being educational. Well received and full marks. A clearly delighted Mary Spence, Global Mapping’s designer commented: 'It is a great honour to win these awards in the face of such giants in the world of maps. I can now allow myself the whole weekend to celebrate before it's back to the drawing board first thing Monday morning Scale:1:30,000,000 Size : 1333mm x 933mm(52.5" x 36.7") Please note the framed versions are only available in the UK. Learn More
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  • Greenhouse Earth - Published 2007

    Published in October 2007 as half of a two-piece set with "Changing Climate," this revealing poster explains how the Earth's atmosphere acts as a greenhouse and how carbon emissions raise the planet's surface temperature. Graphs and charts reveal the origin of emissions, predicted future carbon emission levels, and the warming cycles the planet has experienced in its history.

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  • How Man Pollutes His World - Published 1970

    Long before stewardship of the Earth was a popular topic, National Geographic was addressing these thorny issues. "How Man Pollutes His World," publiished in December fo 1970, identified and graphically demonstrated how human activities impact our fragile biosphere. Perfect for any student who wants to learn about how these forces interact.

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  • Northern and Southern Hemispheres - Published 1943

    A true classic, this world map first published in April of 1943, shows the northern and southern hemisphers side by side, to give the viewer a perspective that centers each hemisphere on its pole. New to this map were special insets showing airline distances in the Eastern, Western, Northern, and Southern Hemispheres. Stunning cartography and special details make this a marvelous collector's item.

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  • Northern Hemisphere - Published 1946

    This colorful and unique map of the Northern Hemisphere appeared in National Geographic Magazine in February 1946 and features airline distances and U.S. air bases. European boundaries are shown as they were prior to Germany's invasion of Poland, and Russian boundaries reflect treaties and claims as of December 1, 1945.

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  • Physical World - Published 1975

    The splendor and beauty of the world's natural features come to life in this physical world map. Mountain ranges, major rivers, vegetation zones, and deserts are depicted, and major physical features are named to provide easy reference. Published in November 1975.

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  • Physical World Wall Map, Medium - Global Mapping - Wall Map

    This map accurately depicts relief and terrain detail through a unique blend of digital elevation modelling and realistic surface representation - some 80 million spot heights have been processed to create the hill shading. All major physical features are identified including mountains, rivers, islands, capes and bays. Great map for those who don't have the wall space for the Large World Political wall map. A beautiful map.

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  • Pinnipeds Around the World - Published 1987

    Pinniped means "fin-footed" and refers to seals, sea lions, and walruses. This extraordinary map contains illustrations of the many different species of pinnipeds and interesting facts about where they live, what they eat, and more. Published in April 1987 with the article "Seal and Their Kin," this map also accompanied the map of Antarctica published in the same issue.

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