A map of the United States time zones can be found online at the United States Naval Observatory or the United States Geological Survey. The Naval Observatory site includes information on the history of the time zones. More »

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Companies such as 24TimeZones.com, Time and Date AS and WorldTimeZone.com publish international time zone maps. These maps show the 24 time zones into which the world is divided, with Greenwich Mean Time and the Internat... More »

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The time zones were standardized in the 19th century in order to maintain the schedules for the train systems. The current system consists of 24 standard meridians of longitude beginning in Greenwich, England. GMT stands... More »

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A ZIP code map is an area map of the United States outlined in zones representing their respective U.S. Postal Service ZIP code. The ZIP code is a non-repeating numeric system with nine digits used for identifying geogra... More »

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One common solution to printing a large picture such as a map or a wall mural is to use a simple process called rasterbation. To rasterbate a picture, the user merely separates a large image into several different block ... More »

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There are four time zones in the continental United States: Eastern, Central, Mountain and Pacific. Alaska and Hawaii have their own time zones: Alaska and Hawaii-Aleutian. U.S. territories use three additional time zone... More »

The Caribbean Sea, an oceanic area located in the Western and Northern hemispheres, is found north of South America, east of Central America, and south of the United States. The Caribbean stretches from the Yucatan Penin... More »