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    by Brainerd, George W.
    Published 1954
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    “…Explanations of the Classic Maya civilization demise on the Yucatán Peninsula during the Terminal Classic Period (TCP; ~CE 750–1050) are controversial. …”
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    Published 1974
    Table of Contents: “…"The collapse of Maya civilization, by William R. Bullard, Jr.": p. 1-19.…”
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    Published 1989
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    Table of Contents: “…The archaic horizon -- The maya civilization -- The middle civilizations -- Zapotecan culture -- Mitla -- Totonacan culture -- The toltecs ... -- The aztecs.…”
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    “…The reasons for the development and collapse of Maya civilization remain controversial and historical events carved on stone monuments throughout this region provide a remarkable source of data about the rise and fall of these complex polities. …”
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    “…This cluster may have contributed to the piecemeal collapse of the Classic Maya civilization in this wet, mountainous southern part of the Maya realm. …”
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    “…It is well known that the development of the ancient Maya civilization had significant and long-lasting impacts on the environment. …”
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    “…The wetland fields were active at a time of population expansion, landscape alteration, and droughts and could have been adaptations to all of these major shifts in Maya civilization. These wetland-farming systems add to the evidence for early and extensive human impacts on the global tropics. …”
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    “…The collapse of the Maya civilization in the late 1st/early 2nd millennium CE has been attributed to multiple internal and external causes including overpopulation, increased warfare, and environmental deterioration. …”
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    “…We estimate that Y(h) arose only ∼4000 yr ago, well after crop plant domestication in Mesoamerica >6200 yr ago but coinciding with the rise of the Maya civilization. The Y(h) chromosome has lower nucleotide diversity than the Y, or the genome regions that are not fully sex-linked, consistent with a domestication bottleneck. …”
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