Top critical review
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2020
Most of the maps are of things like internet usage, land use, precipitation, reforestation and deforestation rates, poverty levels, gross domestic product, and natural resources.
There are very few political and topographic maps--maps that I think should be the backbone of a good atlas, with the other types of maps occupying a minority of pages.
The topographical maps are very nice; good use of color and mountain markings. That is why I gave it two stars.
North America has four political and four topographical maps: One for the continent, one for the US, one for Canada, one for Canada, and one for Mexico. The smaller countries in Central America between Mexico and South America only appear on the continental map.
The other maps of North America show Major Metropolitan Areas, Electricity Use in 2014, Land Use and Resources, Climate, Annual Precipitation, Vegetation, and Environmental Issues .