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From McGraw-Hill Contemporary Learning Series, the STUDENT ATLAS volumes combine full-color maps and data sets to introduce students to the importance of the connections between geography and other areas of study such as world politics, environmental issues, and economic development. These thematic atlases will give students a clear picture of the recent agricultural, industrial, demographic, environmental, economic, and political changes in every world region.
Table of Contents
|Global Physical Patterns|
|World Political Divisions|
|World Physical Features|
|Average Annual Precipitation|
|Seasonal Average Precipitation, November Through April|
|Seasonal Average Precipitation, May Through October|
|Variation in Average Annual Precipitation|
|Temperature Regions and Ocean Currents|
|Average January Temperature|
|Average July Temperature|
|Atmospheric Pressure and Predominant Surface Winds, January|
|Atmospheric Pressure and Predominant Surface Winds, July|
|Resources: Mineral Fuels|
|Resources: Critical Metals|
|Global Human Patterns|
|Past Population Distributions and Densities|
|Land Use, AD 1500|
|External Migrations in Modern Times|
|Global Demographic Patterns|
|Population Growth Rates|
|Total Fertility Rates|
|Infant Mortality Rate|
|Child Mortality Rate|
|Primary School Enrollment|
|Average Life Expectancy at Birth|
|Population by Age Group|
|International Migrant Populations 2005|
|World Daily Per Capita Supply of Calories (Kilocalories)|
|Proportion of Daily Food Intake from Animal Products|
|Female/Male Inequality in Education and Employment|
|Global Scourges: Major Infectious Diseases|
|Adult HIV Prevalence 2004|
|The Index of Human Development|
|Demographic Stress: The Youth Bulge|
|Demographic Stress: Rapid Urban Growth|
|Demographic Stress: Competition for Cropland|
|Demographic Stress: Competition for Fresh Water|
|Demographic Stress: Death in the Prime of Life|
|Demographic Stress: Interactions of Demographic Stress|
|Global Economic Patterns|
|Rich and Poor Countries: Gross National Income|
|Gross National Income Per Capita|
|Economic Growth: GDP Change Per Capita|
|Total Labor Force|
|Employment by Economic Activity|
|Economic Output Per Sector|
|Agricultural Production Per Capita|
|Exports of Primary Products|
|Dependence on Trade|
|The Indebtedness of States|
|Global Flow of Investment Capital|
|Central Government Expenditures Per Capita|
|Purchasing Power Parity|
|Private Per Capita Consumption 2003|
|Energy Production Per Capita|
|Energy Consumption Per Capita|
|Flows of Oil|
|Global Patterns of Environmental Disturbance|
|Global Air Pollution: Sources and Wind Currents|
|The Acid Deposition Problem: Air, Water, Soil|
|Major Polluters and Common Pollutants|
|Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions|
|Potential Global Temperature Change|
|Water Resources: Availability of Renewable Water Per Capita|
|Water Resources: Annual Withdrawal Per Capita|
|Pollution of the Oceans|
|Food Supply from Marine and Freshwater Systems|
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