War in Iraq: Maps and Graphics
Browse maps and graphics sites created by NPR member station online sites, government agencies, universities and other news sources:
» NPR correspondent locator map -- Matches NPR and WBUR reporters with their locations in the Mideast covering the war in Iraq and its impact on the region.
» Conflict in Iraq: Multimedia -- Graphics showing locations of the "coalition of the willing" member nations, NPR reporter locator map, daily photo galleries, information graphics on latest war flash points and more.
» WBUR Special Coverage: Conflict in Iraq
U.S. Department of State
» Iraq Maps -- Locations of Saddam Hussein's palaces, key military bases for U.S.-led military action and suspected "weapons of mass destruction" manufacturing and storage sites.
» Iraq: Toward Liberation informational Web site
U.S. National Imagery and Mapping Agency
» Iraq Maps -- High-resolution maps of downtown Baghdad, Iraq and the Mideast region.
Map Collection, University of Texas
» The war, day by day -- updated list of maps from multiple news sources.
» National political maps
» City maps
» Detailed maps -- tactical and navigational maps denoting surface details, structures, major highways and oil pipelines.
» List of Middle East and Asia maps
» University of Texas online library
BBC News Online
» Detailed maps of strategic Iraqi cities, British troop strengths and movements, an accounting of previous bomb and missile strikes on Baghdad and more.
» BBC News: War in Iraq
Platts Global Energy
» Platts, an international energy consultancy, has detailed online maps of Iraq's extensive oil fields, plus fact files on the nation's energy output and oil-for-food program.
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