Friday, October 16, 2009

David Johnson: "His research in Peru and Chile"

President, David Johnson reported on his 14 years of research in the Pacific coastal regions of South America. Wearing a jacket in the type worn by the peoples of that area, decorated in the Inca style.

Dave's groundbreaking work in connecting the archaeological record with the geoglyphs, geology and hydrology was relayed in a fascinating presentation including many artifacts, and slides. He and his colleagues learned to read the geoglyphs, such as the Nazca Lines to predict sources of water in these coastal deserts, some of the driest inhabited places on this planet.
His work is also available in his book:
"Beneath the Nasca Lines and the Coastal Geoglyphs of Peru and Chile"

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