The North American continent as seen from space with international borders and a 15° latitude and longitude grid, in Lambert Azimuthal Equal Area projection. It shows land cover in brilliant color and in unparalleled detail as it appears in the month of August.
This satellite image map is the most accurate and up to date such map available today. The land imagery is based on data collected by NASA's MODIS satellite instrumentation in August 2004. Polar sea ice is based on a combination of sources including MODIS data.
Thousands of the continent's physical features such as the Grand Canyon, Arizona and the enormous Manicouagan crater in Quebec can be clearly identified.
This wall map is printed on 24lb. premium coated bond paper. It is also laminated on both sides using 3mm hot lamination, which protects your wall map and allows you to write on it with dry-erase markers.