Fully revised and updated to reflect the latest changes in world geography including the emerging state of South Sudan, Complete Atlas of the World features four sections: a world overview, the main atlas, fact files on all the countries of the world, and an easy-to-reference index of all 100,000 place names.
All maps in the Complete Atlas of the World enjoy a full double-page spread, with continents broken down into 330 carefully selected maps, including more than 100 city plans.
Readers will also find a stimulating series of global thematic maps that explore Earth's place in the universe, its physical forms and processes, the living world, and the human condition.
From Antarctica to Zambia, discover the Earth continent by continent with the Complete Atlas of the World.
This book may have been around for a few years but it is still pertinent today. It is written as a scientific reference and doesn't make for easy reading but is an excellent reference for those interested in coffee production, coffee processing, and the botanical aspects of the plant. I would recomend this book for anyone with a little background in plant science, botany, or simply a deep interest in production aspects of coffee.