Rio Carileufu (Caburgua)

Item

http://wou.edu/~bakersc/temp/Access-jpg/Rector_Caburgua_013.jpg

Title

Rio Carileufu (Caburgua)

Description

Carileufu river, now known as Rio Caburgua, is the main above-ground drainage of Lake Caburgua. It usually flows during winter and spring, but dries up in summer as the lake recedes. During dry years, however, the river may not flow. There is also a substantial underground drainage of the lake through an aquifer which comes to the surface a few miles south of the lake at a place called Ojos de Caburgua, a beautiful combination of artisian springs and waterfalls.
Scanned image from slides using the Ebson Expression 10000 XL as a tif image (1200 dpi, pixel dimensions- width: 1011, height: 1535); converted into jpg for access purposes

Creator

Rector, John Lawrence, 1943-

Date

1967

Rights

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In Copyright: Hamersly Library has determined, as of 04/17/2020, this item is in copyright, which is held by John Rector (rectorj@wou.edu).

Type

Image; StillImage

Citation

Rector, John Lawrence, 1943-, “Rio Carileufu (Caburgua),” Omeka @ WOU, accessed September 23, 2021, https://omeka.wou.edu/document/134.