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View westward across Quito to El Pichincha volcano. Pichincha, Ecuador. 1946.
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View westward up Rio Pastaza gorge, from cliff-top just north of Banos. North abutment of bridge is on old pre-Cambrian metamorphics (dip 90 degrees, strike N-S) of old valley now being re-excavated by river. Valley fill of volcanics and sediments forms a south cannon wall. Tungurahua?, Ecuador. 1950.
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Aerial photograph, stereopair showing parts of Baconao Ridge (B), Emilia Valley (V), and Loreto Mesa (L), Gran Piedra Range. Photograph by U.S. Navy. Geology of South-central Oriente, Cuba. Oct. 1940-Oct. 1945. Published as Fig. 25, U.S.G.S. Bulletin 975-D. 1955.
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View westward from Quito-Riobamba highway to El Chimborazo volcano. Chimborazo, Ecuador. 1946
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Jivaro Indian man and woman on jungle trail 1/2 mile south of airstrip at Sucua with more Jivaros dressed in Sunday best. Note: the Jivaros are the headhunters who kill with poisoned blowgun darts (curare) and then shrink the victim's head to the size of an orange. Santiago-Zamora, Ecuador. 1950.
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Arenal de Pancahuan. Napo Pastaza, Ecuador. 1946.
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Ophiacodon sp., MCZ 2977. Sketch A: Ground transverse section through the first vertebra in the string. Unshaded areas represent matrix. Early Permian Vertebrates from the Cutler Formation of the Placerville area, Colorado. 1959. Published as Fig. 10-A, U.S.G.S. Professional paper 503-C. 1965.
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Bed of black ash overlain by bed of white ash (diatomaceous?) from old lake bottom (?) in which aquatic plants were buried in growth position, died, decayed, and molds of their stems were filled up by wet black ash forced up from below (?). Note black streaks in white bed overlying black bed. East side of Culapachan canyon, road cut, Ambato-Pillaro road. Tungurahua, Ecuador. 1950.
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Universidad de Guayaquil. Guayas, Ecuador. 1946.
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View of El Cotopaxi, looking southward, with El Chimborazo on right Skyline. Chimborazo, Ecuador. 1946.
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Peons carrying Nunez and Huilka across stream. Napo Pastaza, Ecuador. 1946.
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Coming down out of rain forest in upper Alao Valley, Wallace Estill on lead horse. Chimborazo, Ecuador. 1946.
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View northward across the Santiago Bay Lowland to Pelado Range (P) and Boniato Ridge (B). Note the quarry in Cuabitas limestone lentil of the Cobre formation at extreme right (ls). Photograph by U.S. Navy. Geology of South-central Oriente, Cuba. Oct. 1940-Oct. 1945. Published as Fig. 22, U.S.G.S. Bulletin 975-D. 1955.
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South-dipping normal fault in pyroclastic rocks of Cobre formation exposed on scarp of Boniato Ridge along Central Highway 2.5 km. northwest of El Cobre. Massive agglomerate and tuff of hanging wall on right above bedded tuff of foot wall on left. Geology of South-central Oriente, Cuba. Oct. 1940-Oct. 1945. Published as Fig. 41, U.S.G.S, Bulletin 975-D. 1955.
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Universidad de Guayaquil, Charles Darwin bust. Guayas, Ecuador. 1946.
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Successive layers of pumiceous ash separated by old soils, near Tiopollo. Eruptives from Cotopaxi Volcano. Ecuador. 1950.
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Damage done by Ambato Earthquake August 5, 1949. [6.8 on the Richter Scale and over 6,000 dead]. Ruins of church at Santa Rosa. Typical rotten construction. 1950. Tungurahua, Ecuador. 1950.
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El Sangay, from the west. Napo Pastaza, Ecuador. 1946.
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Aerial view southward across La Prueba Plateau (P) to Gran Piedra Range of Sierra Maestra and Santiago Basin (SB) . Sabanilla Lowland (S), Cuatro Caminos Hills (C), Headwaters Hills (H), Boniato Piedmont (BP) and San Luis Lowland (SL) in middle distance. La Galleta Lowland (G), Loreto Mesa (L), Emilia Valley (V), Camarones Heights (CH), La Gran Piedra peak (GP), Barbacoa Pass (B), Boniato Ridge (BR), and Escandel Hills (E) in far distance. Photograph by U.S. Air Force. Geology of South-central Oriente, Cuba. Oct. 1940-Oct. 1945. Published as Fig. 24, U.S.G.S. Bulletin 975-D. 1955.
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Aerial photograph stereopair showing parts of Bontato Ridge (B) and trellis drainage (t) in Valley and Ridge section, Turquino Range. Photograph by U.S. Navy. Geology of South-central Oriente, Cuba. Oct. 1940-Oct. 1945. Published as Fig. 40, U.S.G.S. Bulletin 975-D. 1955.