Oxford Student's Atlas by Patrick Wiegand


Oxford Student's Atlas by Patrick Wiegand

The Oxford Student's Atlas is a completely revised, up-to-date atlas with digital maps that are accurate and easy-to-read. Satellite images are used to enhance and clarify map detail and the easy-to-use features include a multi-access contents page, clear explanations of graphics, a two-colour index of place names, and flags of the world at a usable size. There is comprehensive coverage of the British Isles at a convenient scale of 1:100 000, together with world mapping and an eight-page world statistical section. It includes mapping on motivating topics such as globalisation, climate change, disease, refugees, and the world's most exciting holiday destinations, that will appeal to students.

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160 pages


Patrick Wiegand
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Publication date

20th September 2007



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