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- MapQuest is a division of GeoSystems Global Corporation. MapQuest's goal is to pioneer new ways for businesses and consumers to use interactive mapping on the World Wide Web. MapQuest is the leading provider of interactive mapping technology and services for Internet publishers. These interactive maps allow the viewer to scroll across terrain, zoom in and out - from regional down to city levels - and much more.
Map of Afghanistan
- The University of Texas at Austin Library
- The University of Texas at Austin Library is the third largest public supported academic library in the United States. The mission of the University is to enrich the intellectual life people by fostering information discovery, enabling teaching and research, nurturing creativity, partnering in the development and dissemination of new knowledge, and contributing to the intellectual growth and fulfillment of the individual.
Maps of Afghanistan
- Atlapedia Online
- Atlapedia Online is owned and operated by Latimer Clarke Corporation Pty Ltd. Atlapedia maintains an impressive database of maps that provide both political and geographical views of the world.
- Afghanistan Online
- Afghanistan Online is a privately owned, independent web site that provides updated news and information on Afghanistan. Originally known as the Qazi Webpage on Afghanistan, the title was changed to Afghanistan Online and launched on May 14, 1997.
Condition of Afghanistan's Environment
- AQUASTAT is an information system on water in agriculture and rural development. It produces regional analyses and country profiles on water resources development, with emphasis on irrigation and drainage. AQUASTAT has been launched by the Land and Water Development Division of FAO.
Water Resources Report
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