|Maps, Statistics and Databases||
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|This section represents the entry point to maps, statistics and online databases currently accessible from the UN Atlas of the Oceans and to collections of maps related to the oceans. Another entry point to maps is through the GEOGRAPHY worldview where maps have been catalogued according to their geographic coverage.|
|Maps from the Atlas of the Oceans|
|Photo title: Atlas of the Oceans|
|Photo credit: Russian Head Department of Navigation and Oceanography (HDNO)|
|Collection of maps from the 3 volume Atlas of the Oceans, published by the Russian Head Department of Navigation and Oceanography (HDNO), and covering various aspects of the oceans, are now available. By clicking the link below, users can look at a preview of what is available. Members of UN Atlas can access the full size images of each map from the sub-topic Ocean Maps from Russian Atlas available on the left navigation bar.
|Search the UN Atlas of the Oceans through an interactive map|
|An interactive map, is available as an additional geographic tool to locate Topics and Related Knowledge throughout the Atlas.
|Photo title: Interactive map to locate UN Atlas information|
|Photo credit: FAO|
|Statistics and Databases|
|The UN Atlas of the Oceans contains Fisheries Statistics and Information. It also includes databases such as FAOSTAT, the largest online, multilingual database on food and agriculture covering 50 years, with data on trade in agricultural products, and library databases on the science and management of aquatic organisms and environments.|
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Coral Reefs of Japan Authoritative reference work. Text, species lists, references, contact organisa...
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