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Pacific Ocean Floor Map 1969

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This distinctive physical map of the Pacific Ocean floor appeared in the October 1969 issue of National Geographic as a supplement to the map of the Pacific. The detail of such submarine terrain as continental slopes, fracture zones, and the countless seamounts is stunning.

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This distinctive physical map of the Pacific Ocean floor appeared in the October 1969 issue of National Geographic as a supplement to the map of the Pacific. The detail of such submarine terrain as continental slopes, fracture zones, and the countless seamounts is stunning. A true work of art, and a wonderful companion to the ocean floor maps of the Indian (1967), Atlantic (1968), and Arctic (1971).

The 1969 Pacific Ocean Floor map features:
• Land masses and the ocean floor illustrated in stunning relief
• Ocean depths noted
• Names of submarine terrain as well as major geographic regions

Coverage Area: Pacific Ocean

Additional Information

Geography Pacific Ocean
Geo Type Region
Map Type Historical Maps
Usage Type Decor Maps
Niche Ocean
Publisher NG Classic

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    The map is great for the classroom. I use it in a sixth-grade class for unit on plate tectonics. The plate boundaries are really easy to see and it teaches map reading skills at the same time. I have one for the Atlantic and Indian Ocean as well. The students really like it and told me it makes things easier to understand for them. A must-have for any geology or earth science or oceanography teacher.

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    Having read many books about the War in the Pacific, and watching such programs as "The Deadliest Catch" the Pacific Ocean is a fascinating place. Now I can go to the map and see the areas like where Amelia Earhart disappeared, or where the submarine K-129 sank.

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