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In 1998, NCPTT partially funded a research project that involved an investigation of rock paintings in the Lower Pecos River area of Texas. ¬†Rock Art Research, the journal of the Australian Rock Art Research Association (AURA) and the International Federation of Rock Art Organizations (IFRAO), communicated results which were published by Elmo J. Mawk and Marvin W. Rowe of Texas A&M’s Department of Chemistry.

Photograph of a typical Pecos River genre rock painting panel. The bodies of the panther motifs are approximately 1.5 meters long. (Image credit: Rock Art Research 1998).

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