The Times Compact Atlas of the World

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All the mapping and information in this revised edition has been brought fully up to date to give an accurate picture of today's world. The recent declaration of Montenegro and Serbia as two independent countries is a significant change to the atlas. Detailed reference maps in the distinctive and respected Times style provide balanced, systematic coverage of all parts of the world. All maps have been fully revised to take account of any recent environmental and geopolitical changes. Major updates include Serbia and Montenegro being split into 2 independent countries, Naypyidaw—the new capital of Myanmar, the now open Golmud-Lhasa railway in Tibet, the Aral Sea continuing to shrink in size, Portugal's big new reservoir of Barragem de Alqueva, and coastal changes in China at the mouth of Huang He and at the Mouths of Ganges in Bangladesh. A large number of new road and railways have also been added and more than 300 place names changed This complete world reference atlas is in a convenient and easy-to use format, while retaining the authority, style, and detail of the larger atlases in the range.