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Jacaranda Atlas


Jacaranda celebrates 50 years of the iconic Jacaranda Atlas with a ninth edition, available in 2017. For the first time, a hardcover atlas comes with eBookPLUS, marrying the benefits of print and digital.

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Ninth Edition
Pask  |  Griffiths  |  Bellamy  |  Price  |  Gray  |  Ramsdale |  Rossimel


The iconic Jacaranda Atlas is celebrating 50 years with the 9th Edition, available in 2017. This new hardcover edition features brand new content and, for the first time, comes with a complimentary eBook that provides 1:1 correspondence with the print. Students and teachers get the best of both formats in a single resource—high quality and award-winning print maps, plus interactive digital maps and tools. More than just a reference, the Jacaranda Atlas fully supports the curriculum at every year level from 7-12 and can be used to teach essential geographical skills.

Product suite includes:

  • Print atlas with eBookPLUS
  • eGuidePLUS (Teacher Edition)
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Features


A very visual and informative reference resource with brand new maps, graphs, diagrams and other non-text resources in a new design

Maps take centre stage: up to 40% larger, earlier in the atlas and include geographic conventions of border, orientation, legend, title, scale and source

eBookPLUS includes 50 interactive wall maps which enable personalisation and provide teachers with a powerful teaching tool to use in their classroom

New and updated curriculum-aligned case studies with questions provide teachers with ready-made content to enhance student learning

A statistical mapper allows students to easily and quickly map statistics so they can analyse patterns and associations

Teacher support through the eGuidePLUS includes curriculum links, supplementary background material and suggested responses to all questions

Why use the Jacaranda Atlas?


Caters for different learning styles

For the first time, the Jacaranda Atlas provides a choice of print and digital formats, without compromising on content. Students and teachers can use the print atlas or eBookPLUS based on their individual needs or preferences, or the particular context.

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Provides 50 interactive wall maps—at no cost

The eBookPLUS includes 50 interactive wall maps for teachers to demonstrate and use when using maps to teach from. Similar to the printed versions, the digital maps provide more opportunities for engagement and interactivity, without the issues of cost and storage/space. Students can click layers on/off, write on the maps and zoom in with the scale changing accordingly and remaining visible at all time. Using the drawing tools, teachers can highlight patterns to students, which is great for visual learners.

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Increases student engagement

The Jacaranda Atlas provides a visually stunning and information-rich environment to motivate students to develop key geographical skills. The online statistical mapper allows students and teachers to instantly create their own maps of selected world statistics or sort data to create their own graphs. Contemporary case studies (such as the disputed South China Sea, ewaste and population movements in Syria), and the ability to interact with, and personalise, digital maps not only increase students’ engagement in the material, but assist in the retention of learning.

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Saves time, money and space

The Jacaranda Atlas provides teachers with ready-made content through case studies that specifically address units in the curriculum (identified on each page by a “curriculum link” icon) to help with planning and preparation. What’s more, the combined hardcover and eBookPLUS provide incredible value for money and teachers save even more with the 50 interactive wall maps. These important resources are now digital, enabling teachers to demonstrate using maps without the cost and space issues of the printed versions.

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Discover the interactive digital resources that accompany the new Jacaranda Atlas 9e


Watch these five short videos to learn more about the exciting features of the new Jacaranda Atlas 9e eBookPLUS.

Want to watch the full 10 minute presentation? Watch the uninterrupted YouTube playlist here.

Navigating the new eBookPLUS

[1 min and 29 secs]

An introduction to Interactive Wallmaps

[1 min and 43 secs]

See a demonstration of an Interactive Wallmap

[4 mins and 29 secs]

An introduction to the Online Statistical Mapper

[36 secs]

See a demonstration of the Online Statistical Mapper

[3 mins and 27 secs]

Product details


Choose from two formats: digital only, or digital and print.

  • PRINT + EBOOKPLUS

    Title: Jacaranda Atlas 9th Edition
    ISBN: 9780730346104
    Author(s): Pask, Griffiths, Bellamy, Price, Gray, Ramsdale and Rossimel
    Publish date: 20 September 2017
    RRP: $74.95
    Year: 7-10
    Delivery: Print with an activation code for eBookPLUS

  • EGUIDEPLUS

    Title: Jacaranda Atlas 9th Edition eGuidePLUS
    ISBN: 9780730346128
    Author(s): Pask, Griffiths, Bellamy, Price, Gray, Ramsdale and Rossimel
    Publish date: October 2017
    RRP: $114.95
    Year: 7-10
    Delivery: Activation code

Table of Contents

To view the full table of contents for the Jacaranda Atlas 9th Edition, click here

  • Exploring places

    Exploring places
    Page 2/3: World by night Page 42/43: South Australia Page 82/83: West Asia: population movements, Syria
    Page 4/5: World by day Page 44/45: Adelaide Page 84/85: Europe: human features
    Page 6/7: World regions Page 46/47: Western Australia Page 86/87: Europe: natural features
    Page 8/9: World population distribution Page 48/49: Perth Page 88/89: North-West Europe: Copenhagen: bicycle city
    Page 10/11: Interpreting maps Page 50/51: Northern Territory Page 90/91: Southern and Central Europe: transport interconnections
    Page 12/13: Australia: human features Page 52/53: Darwin Page 92/93: Russia and Eurasia: biomes
    Page 14/15: Australia: natural features Page 53/54: Antarctica: human features Page 94/95: Africa: human features
    Page 16/17: Australia: hazards Page 55/56: Antarctica: natural features Page 96/97: Africa: natural features
    Page 18/19: Australia weather and climate Page 57/58: Pacific: food security Page 98/99: Northern Africa: combating desertification
    Page 20/21: Indigenous Australia Page 59/60: Fiji: tropical cycle hazards Page 100/101: Southern Africa: wellbeing
    Page 22/23: Queensland Page 61/62: New Guinea: The Kokoda Trail Page 102/103: North America: human features
    Page 24/25: Brisbane Page 63/64: New Zealand: changing landforms Page 104/105: North America: natural features
    Page 26/27: New South Wales Page 65/66: Asia: human features Page 106/107: Northern North America: tourism
    Page 28/29: Sydney Page 67/68: Asia: natural features Page 108/109: United States of America: settlement patterns
    Page 30/31: Australian Capital Territory Page 69/70: South-East Asia: smoke hazard Page 110/111: Central America: interconnections
    Page 32/33: Canberra Page 71/72: Indochina: South China sea disputes Page 112/113: South America: human features
    Page 34/35: Victoria Page 73/74: East Asia: dangerous air pollution Page 114/115: South America: natural features
    Page 36/37: Melbourne Page 76/77: Japan and Korea: trading interconnections, Korea Page 116/117: Northern South America: illegal interconnections
    Page 38/39: Tasmania Page 78/79: South Asia: female population changes, India Page: 118/119: Southern South America: landscapes and landforms
    Page 40/41: Hobart Page 80/81: Central Asia: environmental change, Aral Sea

  • Investigating themes

    Investigating themes
    Page 122/123: Water in the world: world water resources Page 156/157: Biomes: world
    Page 124/125: Water in the world: The Nile, Egypt Page 158/159: Biomes: world agriculture and food security
    Page 126/127: Water in the world: water use, Australia Online only 004: Biomes: rice production
    Page 128/129: Water in the world: Albury, NSW Online only 005: Biomes: agriculture, Australia
    Online only 001: Water in the world: water hazards Page 160/161: Biomes: land degradation and food production, Australia
    Page 130/131: Place and liveability: world Page 162/163: Interconnections: migration
    Page 132/133: Place and liveability: urban liveability Page 164/165: Interconnections: air connections
    Page 134/135: Place and liveability: rural liveability Page 166/167: Interconnections: China’s modern day silk route
    Page 136/137: Place and liveability: Europe Page 168/169: Interconnections: tourism
    Page 138/139: Landscapes and landforms: world Page 170/171: Environmental change and management: consequences of climate change
    Page 140/141: Landscapes and landforms:  tectonic plates Page 172/173: Environmental change and management: the poles
    Page 142/143: Landscapes and landforms: Uluru Page 174/175: Environmental change and management: land degradation in Australia
    Page 144/145: Landscapes and landforms: Iceland Page 176/177: Environmental change and management: indigenous protection areas, Australia
    Page 146/147: Changing nations: world urbanisation Online only 006: Environmental change and management: eWaste
    Page 148/149: Changing nations: Australia and USA settlement patterns Page 178/179: Wellbeing: world
    Online only 002: Changing nations: international migration, Australia Page 180/181: Wellbeing: India
    Page 150/151: Changing nations: internal migration, Australia Page 182/183: Wellbeing: Brazil
    Page 152/153: Changing nations: internal migration, China Page 184/185: Wellbeing: Australia
    Online only 003: Changing nations: Australia’s urban future Online only 007: Wellbeing: Australian aid
    Page 154/155: Biomes: world climate

  • Building skills and concepts

    Building skills and concepts
    Page 188/189: What is a map? Online only 0010: Interconnection
    Page 190/191: Types of maps in this atlas Online only 0011: Change
    Page 192/193: Locating places Online only 0012: Environment
    Page 194/195: Understanding direction Online only 0013: Scale
    Page 196/197: Understanding scale Online only 0014: Sustainability
    Page 198/199: Interpreting aerial photographs and satellite images Page 210/211: Geographical concepts
    Page 200/201: Interpreting height on maps Page 212/213: World statistics
    Page 202/203: Recognising landforms Page 214/265: How to use the Gazetteer Index/Gazetteer Index
    Page 204/205: Using topographic maps Page 266/267: Subject index
    Page 206/207: Map projections and time zones Page 268: Acknowledgement page
    Page 208/209: Describing patterns Copyright page
    Online only 008: Space Back Endpaper: World flags
    Online only 009:Place

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How to buy


The Jacaranda Atlas 9e is available as a standalone purchase or as part of a value pack to suit the needs of all schools and individual parents. Purchases can be made direct from Jacaranda.

Prices and options are outlined below:

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Single titles
eBookPLUS + Print – $74.95
eGuidePLUS – $114.95

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Pricing from $114.95

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