Very cool way to explore the colder realms of our planet. This web-based "Google Earth-like" resource comes preloaded with layers (ice extent, temperature, permafrost, biogeography, etc.) that would make for a great interactive lesson for many grade levels.
This cartogram shows the distribution of one major fast food outlet brand (McDonalds's). By 2004 there were 30,496 of these McDonald's worldwide with 45% located in the United States. The next highest number of these outlets are in Japan, Canada and Germany.
The world average number of outlets of this one brand alone is 5 per million people. In the United States there are 47 per million people; in Argentina and Chile the rate is a tenth of the American rate; the rate in Indonesia, China and Georgia is a hundredth of the American rate. In all the territories of Africa there were only 150 outlets: mostly in South Africa. What does this say about consumption, economics, development, globalization and branding? Search http://worldmapper.org for more excellent cartograms.
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