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Sarah D. Stamps and Elifuraha Saria install equipment in Tanzania
Purdue ID NumberPUF01071
UNS IDdyking-research
TitleSarah D. Stamps and Elifuraha Saria install equipment in Tanzania
DescriptionPurdue University graduate student Sarah D. Stamps and Tanzanian scientist Elifuraha Saria install a global positioning system instrument in the Natron area of Tanzania. The Ol Doinyo Lenga volcano is visible in the background. Global positioning systems were used by a Purdue-led team to capture the first dyking event ever recorded within the Earth's continental crust.
Date of Original2006-08-18
SubjectsPurdue University--Faculty
Graduate students
Scientific equipment
Tanzania
Volcanoes
Oldoinyo Lengai (Tanzania)
Genre (TGM)Digital photographs
Extent of Original1 photograph : digital, JPEG, color
OrientationLandscape
CreatorCalais, Eric
RepositoryPurdue University Libraries, Karnes Archives and Special Collections
Typeimage
Formatjpeg
CollectionPurdue University Faculty
RightsCourtesy of University News Service
Capture DeviceCanon PowerShot SD400
Resolution300 ppi
Color Depth24 bit
Color ManagementsRGB IEC61966-2.1
Binder NumberBD 2008
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