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  1. 1969 Map of Santa Barbara Oil Spill

    A blowout occured on Platform A on January 28, 1969, rupturing the channel floor and causing oil and gas to seep from several newly formed fissures. The massive oil slicks stretched more than 20 miles down the coast and 40 miles out to sea. The disaster helped convince congress to pass the National Environmental Policy Act.

    Starting at $29.95
  2. Ring of Fire Pacific Ocean Wall Map

    Introducing Compart Maps' Wall Map of Pacific The Ring of Fire Beautifully rendered with the tradition of Compart Maps' shaded relief treatment and colors, this map vividly identifies the locations of the major volcanoes of the World's Pacific Region. Perfect for the home, office or classroom.
    Starting at $89.99
  3. World Ocean Shaded Relief Wall Map

    Introducing The World Ocean Shaded Relief Map-the second release in Compart Maps' new collection of beautiful World wall maps. Loaded with labeled physical attributes (such as seas, basins, etc.) this World Ocean map is highly detailed with up-to-date accuracy.
    Starting at $89.99
  4. Mediterranean Seafloor Map 1982

    This distinctive physical map of the Mediterranean Seafloor appeared in the December 1982 issue of National Geographic with three articles on the Mediterranean Sea and the Historic Mediterranean map. The detail of such submarine terrain as abyssal plains, troughs, valleys, basins, and countless seamounts is stunning.
    $49.95
  5. Whales Of The World Map

    The Whales of the World poster was printed in December 1976 as a supplement to the Great Whales map. Featuring an overview article about whales, information about each species, and beautiful paintings by Larry Foster, this work is a must-have for anyone enamored of these magnificent giants.
    Starting at $29.95
  6. Great Whales, Migration And Range Map

    The Great Whales map illustrates the migration and range of the six species of great whales including the Fin, Humpback, Sperm, Gray, Bowhead, and Right.
    Starting at $29.95
  7. Atlantic Ocean Map 1955

    A fine example of the brilliant cartography National Geographic is known for, this map, which was published in December 1955, features outstanding geographical detail and an abundance of historical notes.
    Starting at $49.95
  8. Pacific Ocean Map 1952

    A fascinating piece, this map of the Pacific was published in December 1952 and included inset maps of dozens of islands. Particular features that make this map noteworthy are weather stations, ocean currents, and prevailing winds. A great companion to the Pacific Ocean map of 1936.
    $49.95
  9. Pacific Ocean Map 1936

    Explore the islands and coastlines of the Pacific with this thorough map of the region. With inset maps of dozens of islands and instructive details such as ship routes, naval bases, time zone boundaries and more, this map makes a wonderful collectors piece.
    Starting at $49.95
  10. Pacific Ocean Map 1969

    This detailed map of the Pacific Ocean published in October 1969 includes a wealth of historical notes including the splashdown points of the Apollo missions in 1968 and 1969. Also printed in the same issue was a map of the Pacific Ocean floor.
    Starting at $14.95
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