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Surface Air Temperature (Summer)

Investigate the temperature at the surface of the Earth over the Northern Hemisphere summer months of June, July, and August.

Battle of the Little Bighorn

The Battle of the Little Bighorn was one battle of many in the Great Sioux War. This map depicts the three-pronged planned attack on the Sun Dance all...

Protected Waterways

Map of protected rivers in the United States.

Australia Geophysical Map

Investigate our world. Click on the map to zoom in on this atlas plate from National Geographic's Maps division.

Gray Wolf Range

Gray wolves have a huge species range ... in one hemisphere.

Pulse of the Park

  The complex seasonal movements of nine individual elk herds in the greater Yellowstone area are portrayed on this spectacular map, an insert...

Hudson-Raritan Estuary

A map of the Hudson-Raritan estuary of New York and New Jersey. The estuary is the drainage point for the Hudson River and surrounds much of New York ...

Earth's Shifting Tectonic Plates

A gallery of map illustrations showing the positions of tectonic plates in the geologic past.

Chesapeake Bay Map Gallery

A gallery of black and white reproducible maps of the Chesapeake Bay estuary and watershed in the eastern United States.

Human Settlement on Mars

Establishing a human settlement on Mars is a daunting task, and this graphic depicts what some scientists think that enterprise could look like based ...


Examine National Geographic magazine’s 2016 map of Mars, constructed from a mosaic of images taken by NASA’s Mars Global Surveyo...

The Electoral College

Who elects the President of the United States? Go to Electoral College and find out.

Gerald Ford's Rise to the Presidency

From humble beginnings, Gerald R. Ford worked hard to make his way to becoming the 38th president of the United States of America.

The 38th President of the United States

Gerald R. Ford inherited a presidency that had lost the trust of the American people and faced national and international challenges such as inflation...

The Geography of Coal in the U.S.

Where in the United States does coal come from? Where do we make and use coal-powered electricity? Learn more with these maps.  

Living with Climate Change

In this GeoStory, you will explore how people are confronting the challenges of climate change through individual choices, community involvement, and ...

Selected Stops on the Underground Railroad

Few documented sites have been documented as stations on the Underground Railroad. Why do you think more haven't been identified? 

Scary Stories

Read the book, watch the movie . . . and keep the lights on

Lion Ranges

Lion ranges are limited to sub-Saharan Africa and a tiny preserve in India.

Tiger Ranges

Tigers are the world's biggest cats. Do they have the world's biggest species range?

The Greeks

Navigate your way through ancient Greece, exploring unique artifacts and important individuals along the way.

Navigate the Peace Corps

Learn more about the 'Toughest Job You'll Ever Love.'

Jamestown 1607: A Clash of Cultures

Map of colonial Jamestown.

United States Physical MapMaker Kit

Download, print, and assemble maps of the physical United States in a variety of sizes. The mega map occupies a large wall, or can be used on the floo...

Human Migration

Map of human migration out of Africa by haplogroups.