An excellent wall map for the classroom, this physical map of the Marshall Islands features comprehensive content, making it ideal for teaching students in grades 6-12+. This classroom map is available in the following options: laminated print, printed on repositionable peel and stick fabric, mounted on wooden rails, or mounted on a pull-down spring roller. Spring roller maps are ready to hang on existing classroom map mounting hardware, or mounting hardware can be purchased separately
The population of the Marshall Islands was estimated as 68,000 in 2009. The country's largest city is its capital city, Majuru, with a population of 30,000.
Marshall Islands Coordinates: 7.0667° N, 171.2667° E
Total land area: 70 sq. miles.
This physical map of the Marshall Islands features colorful shading which illustrates the topography and natural features. Map legend helps identify land elevation and sea depths in feet based on color shade of the area. Country borders are outlined with labeling of countries, national capitals, major cities, main roads, waterways, and latitude/longitude lines. Physical features include mountain ranges, peaks, lakes, rivers, salt/dry lakes, and wetlands.
- Multiple economical mounting options to fit your budget.
- Great for teaching physical geography to grades 6-12+
- Bold easy to read text labels and colorful topographic shading.