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Cloud-watching in Patagonia

Marty Schnure and Ross Donihue are cartographers in the field producing maps for the Future Patagonia National Park in the Aysén Region of Chile. For more information about their project, visit Maps for Good. For more about the Patagonia National Park Project, visit Conservación Patagónica. — { Sunset in the Chacabuco Valley, Aysén, Chile, 9-10pm, January...

Marty Schnure and Ross Donihue are cartographers in the field producing maps for the Future Patagonia National Park in the Aysén Region of Chile. For more information about their project, visit Maps for Good. For more about the Patagonia National Park Project, visit Conservación Patagónica.

{ Sunset in the Chacabuco Valley, Aysén, Chile, 9-10pm, January 30, 2013 }

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Marty Schnure
A National Geographic Young Explorer, cartographer, and visual storyteller. Co-founder and designer at Maps for Good.