3-D World Population Map

POST_3D population map.pngThis representation is a borderless 3-dimensional world population map. The map does a great job of depicting the world’s population concentration zones in East Asia, Europe, North America, etc. What is striking is not only do oceans separate population centers from one another, but large stretches of desolate land – which are essentially operating like waterways – cutting some parts of the world off from others. For example, the Sahara separating North Africa from Sub-Sahara Africa, the Amazon in Brazil, the Himalayas between India and China, and the outback deserts make Australia almost non-existent on the map.

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