The maps listed on this page cover the ocean floor, and islands which are far from a continent and not politically associated with a mainland country. Look for maps of other islands under the continent they are close to or the country with which they are politically associated.
The numbers given after the title, authoring agency and date for each map give its location in the Map File Case. The first two numbers of the three-part number for each map refer to groups of folders within the Map File Case. The final number is a unique sequential number for the particular map.
Remember that the maps listed here are only the large maps (substantially larger than standard letter-size) that are filed in the Map File Case. For information on other map locations in the Blume Library, see our main Maps Page.
Atlantic Ocean (World Ocean Floors). National Geographic, 1990. MAP FILE: 03-01-101
Atlantic Ocean. National Geographic, 1968. MAP FILE: 03-01-110
Atlantic Ocean. National Geographic, 1955. MAP FILE: 03-01-100
Composite Theoretical Division of Seabed. CIA, 1978. MAP FILE: 02-01-044
Indian Ocean (floor). National Geographic, 1992. MAP FILE: 03-01-121
Indian Ocean Floor. National Geographic, 1967. MAP FILE: 03-01-130
Indian Ocean. CIA, 1996. MAP FILE: 03-01-122
Indian Ocean. National Geographic, 1941. MAP FILE: 03-01-120.2
Islands of the Pacific. National Geographic, 1974. MAP FILE: 03-02-156
Pacific Ocean. National Geographic, 1936. MAP FILE: 03-02-140
Pacific Ocean. National Geographic, 1943. MAP FILE: 03-02-141.1
Pacific Ocean. National Geographic, 1952. MAP FILE: 03-02-142.1
Southeast Asia and Oceania. CIA, 1991. MAP FILE: 03-02-144
Spratly Islands and Paracel Islands. CIA, 1992. MAP FILE: 03-02-145