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File:GuatemalaBajo IKO 20021215.jpg


Description False-colour image of a bajo (lowland area) in Guatemala. The forest covering sites of Mayan ruins appears yellowish, as opposed to the red colour of surrounding forest. The more sparsely vegetated bajos appear blue-green.
Date 15 December 2002
Author Jesse Allen, NASA Earth Observatory using imagery provided courtesy of Tom Sever and Burgess Howell, Marshall Space Flight Centre, and GeoEye.
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