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Me: Report on Naachtun, Guatemala

That url doesn't work either. Try = http://www.fp.ucalgary.ca/unicomm/news/Jan_03/maya.htm Dr. Tim Laughton Department of Art History University of Essex
Laughton, Timothy B
Jan 27, 2003
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9440

Me: Report on Naachtun, Guatemala

Hmmm... I had trouble with the URL for the Naachtun story even after pasting all the parts together. This one seems to work:
Duane K. Dougal
Jan 24, 2003
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9439

Ma: Drought and the Maya Collapse

... This is the first chance I've had to respond to the many comments on this topic. Subsequent work by Curtis, Hodell and company has placed a peak in the
jbaker@...
Jan 24, 2003
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9438

Ma: Drought and the Maya Collapse

... Let me provide an example... The site of Kiuic sits in the puuc region, near the town of Yaxhachen. I worked for a winter helping the community of
David R. Hixson
Jan 23, 2003
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9437

Ma: Response to Etc. on Drought and the Maya Collapse

... John Pastore asked: Does that mean a 'minor' drought was in the making prior? It seems that at least around lake Chichancanab, which is in central Yucatan
Martin Peach
Jan 23, 2003
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9436

Ma: Drought and the Maya Collapse

... David R. Hixson: I must agree with Jerry Ek and Jeff Baker on this one. The puuc zone sits hundreds of feet above the Yucatan aquifer, and relied almost
Martin Peach
Jan 23, 2003
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Ma: Drought and the Maya Collapse

Dr. Clifford Brown, ... For these you have to check the underwater caves off the Yucatan coast where the stalactites are leaning over. D. M. Urquidi dmu Ink
D. M. Urquidi
Jan 23, 2003
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9434

Ma: Drought and the Maya Collapse

Estimados co-listeros- There is no doubt that Jerry and David are right. The timing of the drought documented in the lake cores is now admitted by all to not
Brown, Clifford Dr. (NAVFACHQ)
Jan 22, 2003
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Ma: Drought and the Maya Collapse

... I must agree with Jerry Ek and Jeff Baker on this one. The puuc zone sits hundreds of feet above the Yucatan aquifer, and relied almost exclusively upon
David R. Hixson
Jan 22, 2003
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9432

Ma: Response to Response on Drought and the Maya Collapse

Jerry Ek wrote: "The population expansion that is very well documented in the archaeological data from the Puuc region contradicts any model of migrations for
Martin Peach
Jan 22, 2003
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Me: Report on Naachtun, Guatemala

Edward Scott Allen There was no problem with the URL except that it split. And since the second part is not blue, one has to REMEMBER to copy it into the URL
D. M. Urquidi
Jan 22, 2003
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9430

Ma: Response to Etc. on Drought and the Maya Collapse

Jerry Ek wrote (in part): Although agriculture and environmental reconstruction are not my specialty, I could not help but add some comments on the recent
jpastore@...
Jan 22, 2003
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9429

Me: Report on Naachtun, Guatemala

Ed Allen has a corrected URL for the Naachtun story. http://www.canada.com/calgary/story.asp?id=3D{D418AEFA-68B5-4431-A68B-BAD= 5946F6A6E}
Edward Scott Allen
Jan 21, 2003
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9428

Az: Tlatelolco rulers

... reign of each of the rulers of Tlatelolco prior to the Conquest? *Anales de Tlatelolco, unos annales (*sic*) hist'oricos de la naci'on mexicana y C'odice
David Wright
Jan 21, 2003
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Ma: Response to Response on Drought and the Maya Collapse

Although agriculture and environmental reconstruction are not my specialty, I could not help but add some comments on the recent debate concerning drought
Jerry Ek
Jan 21, 2003
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