- CIA World Factbook: A comprehensive guide to the world's nations including maps, population data, economic information and transnational issues.
- Color Landform Atlas of the United State: Separated by state, this site includes topographic maps, county maps, satellite images and a historical map from 1895.
- Google Maps: Provides current maps and satellite images of the world. Includes the ability to get driving directions and search for businesses. Google uses data from the web, user-submitted information and Yellow Pages directories for its business information. The images are from NAVTEQ, TeleAtlas, DigitalGlobe and MDA Federal.
- TerraServer: Specializes in satellite imagery from a variety of sources. There are also driving directions and special image sets like views of New Orleans before and after Hurricane Katrina. Also allows the user to purchase images.
- Geodata.gov: A portal for accessing various geographic data provided by the government. Ability to search or browse through categories.
- MLA Language Map: An interactive map that uses US census data to show population densities of languages and language groups in the United States.
- National Atlas: Allows users to create maps of the US using an array of geospatial and geostatistical data collected by government institutions. Also offers printable maps.
- UC Atlas of Global Inequality: Provides various maps that explore the issues of inequality and globalization.