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UNM Research on Disintegration of Maya Political Systems and Climate Change Featured in Science

November 8, 2012

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The cover story in the jour­nal Sci­ence this week fea­tures long-term research by an inter­na­tional group of anthro­pol­o­gists and earth and cli­mate sci­en­tists, includ­ing researchers from the Uni­ver­sity of New Mex­ico, who took a care­ful look at the impact of cli­mate change on Maya polit­i­cal sys­tems. Full Story

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