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 GEOGRAPHY BOOKS FOR GEOINT

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ATLAS OF THE WORLD (10th Edition) by National Geographic

This cartographic masterwork brings to light the most important and relevant topics that grip the planet today. New maps cover regions of volatile civil strife, such as Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq. World thematic spreads reveal freshwater scarcity, global warming, world economies, energy resources and consumption, and other critical trends.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ATLAS OF THE WORLD


MODERN MILITARY GEOGRAPHY by Francis Galgano and Eugene J. Palka

This book of contributed chapters by subject matter expertly provides an overview and analysis of salient contemporary and historical military subjects from the military geographer’s perspective. Factors of geography have had a compelling influence on battles and campaigns throughout history; however, geography and military affairs have gained heightened attention during the past two decades, and military geography is the discipline best situated to explain them. Hence, the premise of this book and its contents are founded on the principle that geographical knowledge of space, place, people, and scale provide essential insights into contemporary security issues and promotes the idea that such insight is critical to understanding and managing significant military problems at local, regional, and global scales.

MODERN MILITARY GEOGRAPHY


OXFORD ATLAS OF THE WORLD
OXFORD ATLAS OF THE WORLD by Octopus Publishing Group Limited

Full of crisp, clear cartography of urban areas and virtually uninhabited landscapes around the globe, the Atlas is filled with maps of cities and regions at carefully selected scales that give a striking view of the Earth's surface. Providing the finest global coverage available, the Atlas of the World is not only the best-selling volume of its size and price, but also the benchmark by which all other atlases are measured.

OXFORD ATLAS OF THE WORLD


MILITARY GEOGRAPHY by John M. Collins

This book covers many topics that are crucial to military planning but often receive only passing mention in histories or briefings. Collins, a former Army officer, stresses land geography, but he does not stint oceans, the atmosphere, or interplanetary space.

MILITARY GEOGRAPHY


ATLAS OF WORLD HISTORY (2nd Edition) by Patrick O'Brien

Blending exceptional cartography and impeccable scholarship, the "Atlas of World History" spans 12,000 years from prehistory to the present. The fully updated edition depicts the latest developments in world religions, populations, languages, trade, and many other aspects of history and human society.

ATLAS OF WORLD HISTORY


GEOGRAPHY AND TECHNOLOGY by Stanley D. Brunn, Susan L. Cutter and J. W. Harrington Junior

New technologies have always been important in advancing geographic understanding, but never have they been so thoroughly and rapidly transformative of the discipline as at this stage in geography's evolution. Just as new technologies have profoundly expanded both research possibilities and the knowledge base of other disciplines, such as biology, physics or medicine, so too are the revolutionary new geographic technologies developed during the past few decades extending frontiers in geographic research, education and applications.

Geography and Technology