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click for background on the Lines of Nasca
click for an explanation of the current Research
click for current Results in the ongoing Research

David Johnson's 1996 thesis, that some Geoglyphs in Nasca may mark faults which control groundwater, is the focus of our research and this web. Please take a look at our study and email with questions or comments.

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David Johnson on-site

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