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NatGeo Mapmaker Interactive

NatGeo Mapmaker Interactive
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Map creator online to make a map with multiple locations and regions Geograph Britain and Ireland - photograph every grid square! Flu & Ebola Map | Virus & Contagious Disease Surveillance OS GB Mapping from The Hug DengueMap Marker Color Marker color reflects the noteworthiness of events at a particular location during a given time window. An event's degree of noteworthiness is based on the significance rating of the alert provided by HealthMap users. In the absence of user ratings, the system assigns a composite score based on the disease importance and the news volume associated with the alert. If a location's marker has multiple alerts, the color associated with the most prominent alert is used. Marker Size The large circle indicates a country-level alert, while state, province and local alerts are indicated by the small circle.

Discovering Antarctica - teaching and learning resources on Antarctica Create interactive data visualizations and maps | StatSilk Recce 3D Maps - discover the world around you Live flight tracker! Recce - London A Passage to India Map A Passage to India Map created by Peter Biggins ^^^ Hide Description ^^^ Advertisements Categorized Markers Author Book view locations on separate page Build This Map Map Settings Share / Export Kabul Map data ©2015 Google, INEGI Terms of Use Map Satellite To link to this map use this url: ... or use this to link directly to the selected marker: ... or use this to link directly to the current view: Add points: by clicking: (just click on the map) Comments (0) Add A Comment Map Overview Legend Do you know someone planning a wedding or are you getting married? A Passage to India Map : Dewas Where E. : King's College Front Gate of Kings College, which Forster attended from 1897 to 1901. : Aden Where Adela and Mrs. : Asirgarh Fortress Fortress seen by Mrs. : Bankipur The fictional town of Chandrapore is based on Bankipur, a suburb of Patna, on the Ganges River. : Bankipur Club Club on which the Club in the book is based. : Belaganj Station (Barabar Caves) : Benares : Bombay Port for ships serving England and India. : Cambridge

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