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These funnels let wind into the canals, which forced the water through the system.
“The puquios were the most ambitious hydraulic project in the Nasca area and made water available for the whole year, not only for agriculture and irrigation but also for domestic needs,” says Lasaponara, who has written about her satellite studies in Ancient Nasca World: New Insights from Science and Archaeology, which is due to be published later this year.
“The construction of the puquios involved the use of particularly specialised technology,” says Lasaponara.
Not only did the builders of the puquios need a deep understanding of the geology of the area and annual variations in water availability, maintaining the canals was a technical challenge as they spread across tectonic faults.
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In one of the most arid regions in the world a series of carefully constructed, spiralling holes form lines across the landscape.She says the puquios were vital in “controlling water distribution by those in power over the communities that came under their influence.” Knowing how to bring water to one of the driest places on earth means that you hold the very key to life itself.preparation of fuel : any oil soaked cotton ball -approx 3 inch diameter(kero/petrol) or alcohol.“Exploiting an inexhaustible water supply throughout the year the puquio system contributed to an intensive agriculture of the valleys in one of the most arid places in the world.” A series of canals brought the water, trapped underground, to the areas where it was needed; anything left was stored in surface reservoirs.To help keep it moving, chimneys were excavated above the canals in the shape of corkscrewing funnels.
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