Climate change and population history in the pacific lowlands of Southern Mesoamerica

@article{Neff2006ClimateCA,
  title={Climate change and population history in the pacific lowlands of Southern Mesoamerica},
  author={H. Neff and D. Pearsall and J. G. Jones and B{\'a}rbara Arroyo de Pieters and Dorothy E. Freidel},
  journal={Quaternary Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={65},
  pages={390 - 400}
}
Abstract Core MAN015 from Pacific coastal Guatemala contains sediments accumulated in a mangrove setting over the past 6500 yr. Chemical, pollen, and phytolith data, which indicate conditions of estuarine deposition and terrigenous inputs from adjacent dry land, document Holocene climate variability that parallels the Maya lowlands and other New World tropical locations. Human population history in this region may be driven partly by climate variation: sedentary human populations spread rapidly… Expand
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