Sustainability and water management in the Maya world and beyond
Larmon, Jean T., editor
Lucero, Lisa J., editor
Valdez, Fred, Jr., editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher
Investigates climate change and sustainability through time, exploring how political control of water sources, maintenance of sustainable systems, ideological relationships with water, and fluctuations in water availability have affected and been affected by social change.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Mayas -- Antiquities
Water-supply -- Central America -- Management -- History
Water-supply -- Climatic factors -- Central America -- History
Water quality management -- Central America -- History
Water -- Symbolic aspects -- Central America
Climate change mitigation -- Central America -- History
Sustainable development -- Central America -- History