Contains full color physical and political maps as well as key facts and statistics on countries of the world.
University-provided instructions for getting to and finding locations at Kent State University's eight campuses.
Retrieve street maps of the United States and road maps of Canada, Mexico, and Europe as well as get topographic maps of locations around the world. This site offers driving directions to United States addresses and cities in North America. Produced by Microsoft's Expedia travel service.
Free maps of the world
This is a searchable database of scholarly websites related to geosciences, geography, and mining. Under the Virtual Libraries and Source Materials link, there are a wide range of reference materials of every kind. This site provides access to over 3100 records of valuable resources.
Through the Geography Network, you can access many types of geographic content including dynamic maps, downloadable data, and more advanced Web services.
This site provides driving directions, maps of locations and satellite images of those locations. Images are in full color if a little distorted by full zoom. Images seem to be 1-3 years old. There is no indication of how often images will be updated, if at all.
Type in two cities almost anywhere in the world to find the distance between them as the crow flies as well as latitude and longitude.
Get and print online maps of most locations in the world just by typing in an address, zip code, and country. This site also offers scenic route maps, major city maps from around the world, and airport maps as well as travel information.
A map, route, and Yellow Pages service; create a map showing an exact address or street located in the United States. This site also allows for the creation of a route between two destinations of the United States.
Type in the name of a city, town or village to obtain a list of results that will lead to providing a detailed map. This site offers worldwide coverage.
Interactive maps from National Geographic
This site allows for keyword and advanced searching within international resources for geology, engineering, math, and computing. Users can access a variety of materials including articles, websites, and ejournals, as well as industry news and job announcements
Find United States Geological Survey aerial photographs and topographic maps of most areas in the United States. Addresses can be entered to find coordinates.
"This Dynamic Planet" is an interactive version of a US Geological Survey print map which provides detailed information about volcanoes, earthquakes, impact craters, and plate tectonics. Both the front and back of the map can be viewed and printed to include tables of information on topics within Geology; to do this, just click the "printable pages" link. The map itself has zoom and pan features. Users can choose which geological features to identify on the map and print or save the results. Also, the data files used to create the map are available to download.
Type in the name of a place or latitude and longitude of a location, and this site will find the USGS topographic quadrangle map as well as provide information such as county, state, type of place (e.g. town/city), elevation, latitude, and longitude. Also, this site allows for choosing four map scales : 1:25,000; 1:50,000; 1:100,000; and 1:200,000. Limited to United States.
This is the site of the USGS Landsat Project and its satellite images. These images can be of use in agriculture, geography, forestry, regional planning, education, mapping, and global change research. The Landsat project involves a series of satellites used to monitor the earth's land surface.
Mapping service that allows you to create your own exercise routes around the world.
Combo of a map with a wiki
A portal (listing) of map collections of major map libraries around the world, GIS on the Internet; searching capabilities for information about map libraries, librarians, collections. Produced by the Swiss Library Association.
Maps any address in the United States.