This map features stunning detail of continental slopes, fracture zones, and countless seamounts. Ocean depths and the names of submarine terrain and major geographic regions are included. The map is a true work of art, and a wonderful companion to the ocean floor maps of the Indian (1967), Atlantic (1968), and Arctic (1971). This version, printed on high-quality, semi-gloss paper, is perfect for framing.
Not available outside of the U.S.
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25" x 19"
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