Lately there is more evidence of the ditching at Gardner which just so happens to be along the same NW-SE sun line as Howland Island which reportedly was the fix being used by Amelia Erhardt's navigator. Unfortunately, they were not well versed in radio aid navigation so beacon signals from the US Navy at Howland Island were lost on them. All Erhardt could do during this leg of their trek was to transmit. (I, too, am a retired USAF navigator).
If you could please delete this picture, it's very old (out dated) there are now many new changes in this area. check: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/106221523
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It's one of the two artificial ponds on the Düne. Until 1970, the two ponds are the only fresh water ressource on the islet. After that year, the Düne was conducted to the water line system of the main land.
Esta isla es Venezolana ... Buena Foto ... Saludos desde Maracay
Quièn descubriò esta Isla? ¿Hay agua potable?, gracias que Dios nos permite poder ver cosas como èstas que caben en la imaginaciòn de un escritor.