The Oxford School Atlas for Pakistan is the new edition of the New Oxford Atlas for Pakistan. It has been completely revised and represents the latest in the field of local geographic reference material. Based on the most up-to-date statistics, this full-colour volume incorporates a range of invaluable information on both Pakistan and the world. Thoroughly researched by Dr Fazle Karim Khan, an experienced Pakistani Professor of Geography, and produced in conjunction with the Cartographic Unit of Oxford University Press, UK, the atlas offers a complete selection of thematic maps and essential data on Pakistan and the world. Every important aspect of Pakistani geography is covered in detailed and clearly presented maps, including especially designed maps and graphs for crops, irrigation, energy, main industries, education and literacy, population, main cities, rural settlements, transport, natural hazards, and environmental damage. Supplemented by an extensive section on the world and an easy-to-use gazetteer, this atlas is ideal for school-going students. It is also an indispensable source of reference for students at all levels, teachers, and researchers, as well as commercial and other organizations.
About the Author / Editor
Dr Fazle Karim Khan, adviser for the Oxford School Atlas for Pakistan, has a PhD from Louisiana State University, USA. He was Chairman of the Department of Geography at Karachi University, and later, Founder Chairman of the Geography Department at Balochistan University. Several of his research papers have been published in national and international journals, and he has also acted as the adviser for the Oxford Atlas for Pakistan (OUP 1981). In addition to his other academic activities, he is the author of Pakistan: Geography, Economy, and People (New Edition, OUP 2006) a core textbook for O Level Pakistan Studies, Paper 2, endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations.
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