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Digital World Atlas - Klett-Perthes School Wide Site License - Fully Interactive World & Human Geography Atlas

Code:
KL-00102-P
Shipping Weight:
1.00 pounds
Starting at $1,290.00

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An excellent and extremely comprehensive world atlas from Klett-Perthes offered here in an interactive electronic format for use on both Windows and Mac computer operating systems. This advanced atlas contains nearly 200 high quality political, physical, and thematic maps that will meet the requirements of even the most rigorous of geography lesson plans. Recommended for World Regional Geography, Human Geography, as well as an Introduction to Geography.

This colorful and richly informative digital world atlas offers instructive insights to the complex issues and processes of the modern world. Every map can be projected on to a screen or used with an interactive whiteboard in your classroom as well as viewed on individual computers. A school wide site license means you can install the atlas on every machine in the school or make it available on your school network rather than purchase an individual copy for each computer. As this is a stand alone software product that can be installed on individual computers or deployed on a centralized server, an Internet connection is not required for use of this product.

Features an excellent user-friendly interactive interface with zoom and pan tools, a drawing tool to quickly mark or highlight an area, and ability to save each map as a JPEG image file. Maps can be viewed by region or topics. View the complete list of maps found in this atlas below.

Atlas Covers the following:

  • Rich Thematic Coverage: geography, climate, vegetation, and more.
  • Maps Compiled Using Current Data: example: climate maps based on the same classification system used by leading scientific institutes conducting research on global climate change.
  • Logical Concise Cartographic Design: read many different dimensions of a given topic from each map.
  • Map Skills: intro w/ concrete examples of how to read and interpret maps using lots of graphics.
World Maps
Political Time Zones
Income Inequality
Physical Energy Resources
Childhood under Threat
Phys.- Pacific & Atlantic Population Density Female Income
Landforms Population 2050 Women in Govt.
Ocean Population 2050 Women in Govt.
Urbanization Political Organizations
Natural Pop. Development
Economic Organizations North Polar Region: Ocean Floor Migration
United Nations South Polar Region: Ocean Floor Life Expectancy
European Union Continental Drift Education
Violent Conflicts Plate Tectonics 1:160,000,000
Gross Domestic Product
Income Inequality Earthquakes
Human Development
Childhood Under Threat Earthquakes
Human Development
Volcanism & Geotectonic Processes Male/Female Ratio Female Income
Climate Population by Age
Women in Government
Precipitation in January Health
Political Organizations
Average Annual Precipitation Employment by Sector United Nations
Precipitation Variability Employment of Women European Union
Water Resources 2000 International Tourism Receipts Violent Conflicts
Water Resources 2025 International Tourist Flows
Income Inequality
Water Use by Religions
Energy Consumption
Water Stress Official Languages
Export Concentration
Temperatures in January Ethnic Diversity
Trade in Agricultural Products
Temperatures in July Cultural Regions
Trade in Mining Products
Air Pressure & Winds in Jan. Government Expenditures
Trade in Manufactured Goods
Air Pressure & Winds in July Military Expenditures
Telecommunication
Eco-zones Foreign Direct Investment
Carbon Dioxide Emission
Soils Foreign Aid
Freedom and Democracy
Biodiversity Debt Burden
The World from Washington, D.C.
Agriculture Displaced Persons
Population Density
Desertification Nutrition Population 2050
Deforestation Hunger Urbanization
Environments Natural Resources
Natural Pop. Development
Natural Hazards Agricultural Resources Migration
Life Expectancy Violent Conflicts  
     
North America Maps
Physical Environments Economy
Political Environments Ethnic Groups
Climate Natural Hazards Canada Physical
Canada Political U.S.A. Physical U.S.A. Political
U.S.A. Political Canada Southwest
Canada South Central
Canada Southeast U.S.A. Northwest
U.S.A. Southwest and Hawaii
U.S.A. North Central U.S.A. South Central U.S.A. Northeast
U.S.A. Southeast, Outlying Territories Central America  
     
South America Maps
Physical Environments Economy
Political Ethnic Groups Climate
Protected Forests Northern South America
Southern South America, Lesser Antilles
     
Europe Maps
Physical Environments Economy
Political Ethnic Groups Climate
Tourism British Isles, Faroe Islands
Northern Scandinavia, Iceland
Southern Scandinavia, Baltic States Central Europe Spain & Portugal
France Italy
Southern Balkan States
Southeastern Europe, Turkey & Caucasian States Central European Russia
Northern European Russia
Southeastern Europe, Turkey & Caucasian States Central European Russia
Northern European Russia
     
Asia Maps
Physical Environments Economy
Political Ethnic Groups Climate
Population Density Russia and Central Asia
Southwestern and South Asia
Middle East Eastern Asia
Southeastern Asia
     
Australia Maps
Environments Physical Climate
Political Ethnic Groups
Economy and Foreign Trade
Australia & New Zealand Australia & Oceania: Environ.
Australia and Oceania: Physical
     
Africa Maps
Physical Environments Economy
Political Ethnic Groups Climate
Eco-regions Northern Africa Southern Africa
     
Polar Region Maps
North Polar Region: Physical North Polar Region: Political
North Polar Region: Physical
South Polar Region: Physical
South Polar Region: Political