Includes index. System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: Windows PC; Intel Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or higher; Windows 98SE, 2000, XP; 256Mb RAM or higher; 32-bit color monitor capable of 1024 x 768 resolution; hardware accelerated 3-D graphics card with 16 mb or greater of VRAM; DirectX 7.0 or higher reccommended; 32x speed CD-ROM drive; Windows compatible sound card.
Relief shown by shading. Includes text, coat of arms, and ill. (some col.) Insets: Atlantic Ocean phases 1 and 2 -- Pacific Ocean phases 3-5 -- Indian Ocean phases 6-9 -- Darien -- Panama -- Seychelles, Chagos Is. -- Sulawesi (Celebes) -- Galapagos -- Papua New Guinea -- Fiji -- Red Sea--Port Sudan.
Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Shows explorers' routes in the Himalayan region (northern India, southwestern China, and surrounding countries), including those of Nain Singh, Kishen Singh, Kin Thup, Lama Ugyen Gyatso, and others. "The information in the map is based on the book 'Indian explorers of the 19th century' by Indra Singh Rawat." Includes text and ill.
Relief shown by spot heights. Title from panel. Includes text, glossary, sunlight graph, col. ill., and publisher's advertisement. Insets: Bjornøya (Bear Island) -- Protected areas -- Spitsbergen locator. Text and ill. (some col.) on verso.
Relief shown by gradient tints and spot heights. Title from panel. Includes text, glossary, sunlight graph, and col. ill. Insets: Bjørnøya (Bear Island) -- Protected areas -- Spitsbergen locator. Text and ill. (some col.) on verso.
Relief shown by shading. Panel title. "Supplement to National Geographic, February 1998." "Printed December 1997." Includes text, ancillary maps of Arctic region and Antarctica, chronology, and ill. (some col.). Text, maps of Arctic region and Antarctica, and ill. (some col.) on verso. Maps on verso: 1. To A.D. 100, setting out -- 2. A.D. 100-1400, expanding provincial realms -- 3. 1400-1700, voyaging for god, ...
Covers period 1487-1670. Shows Spanish, Portuguese, English, and French trading areas and individiual explorer's routes of travel. Publisher's list of "Nystrom wall maps and charts for the Social Studies" and instructions for hanging map on cover. Includes index to individual English trading companies and their dates of charter. "OGKW127."
Shows route of Operation Drake, a two-year round the world expedition for the Young Explorers sponsored by Capital Radio. "The Eye of the Wind serves not only as transport, taking the Operation Drake explorers from one place to another, but also a floating base while they are working ashore and a laboratory." Relief shown by shading and hypsometric tints. Includes text, deck and sail ...