Moulins Map, France 1914

Map taken from page 204
Source: "Southern France Including Corsica; Handbook for Travellers" by Karl Baedeker. Sixth Revised Edition. Leipzig, Karl Baedeker; New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1914

Por Carlos Solís
Official linguistic distribution in Navarre

Official linguistic distribution in Navarre according to the following law: Ley foral 18/86, de 15 de diciembre de 1986, del Vascuence.

Spanish is the official language in Navarre, together with Basque, which has also official status, but only in the Basque-speaking area. The north-western part of the community is largely Basque-speaking, while the southern part is almost entirely Spanish-speaking, aside from Fitero. The capital, Pamplona, is in the mixed region. Navarre is divided into three parts linguistically: regions where Basque is widespread (the Basque-speaking area), regions where Basque is present (the mixed region), and regions where Basque is absent (the Spanish-speaking area).

Por Carlos Solís
New York Shaded Relief Map, United States

With state boundaries, forest cover, place names, major highways. Portion of "The National Atlas of the United States of America. General Reference", compiled by U.S. Geological Survey 2001, printed 2002
Source: U.S. Geological Survey

Por Carlos Solís
Fires and burn scars in Northern Australia (false color)

In the dry grasslands and savannas of eastern Northern Territory, Australia, bushfires spread rapidly in dry fuels during the transition from dry season to wet. This pair of images from Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer ( MODIS ) on NASAs Terra satellite shows how rapidly three large fires, marked with red dots, spread between October 10 and 11, 2004. The false color images provide a greater contrast between the land that has burned and the surrounding land, illustrating just how much ground the fires have covered. In the false color images, vegetation is light green, and the burned areas appear bright reddish-brown. Naturally bare soil or low vegetation is tan or pinkish tan. The blue jewel in the center of the scene is the salty Lake Woods.
Source: Jacques Descloitres, MODIS Rapid Response Team, NASA/GSFC

Por Carlos Solís
United States Territorial Growth Map 1880

Source: The National Atlas of the United States of America (Arch C. Gerlach, editor). Washington, D.C.:U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, 1970

Por Carlos Solís