By: RB Gill
464 pages, 103 figs, 14 tabs, maps
Explores how atmospheric processes, volcanism, ocean currents, and other natural forces combined to create a climatic event which undermined the highly complex civilization of the tropical Maya Lowlands in the ninth and tenth centuries.
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