The urban hydrology and hydraulic engineering at the classic maya site of Palenque

@article{French2013TheUH,
  title={The urban hydrology and hydraulic engineering at the classic maya site of Palenque},
  author={Kirk Dow French and Christopher J. Duffy and Gopal Bhatt},
  journal={Water History},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={43-69}
}
This research explores a new method for the study of urban hydrology and hydraulics at the ancient Maya site of Palenque in Chiapas, Mexico. The conceptual hydrologic framework together with modern digital terrain, landcover class and soils are used to create virtual assessments of how various climate and landuse scenarios may have impacted the long-term hydrology and streamflow conditions for the Palenque watershed and urban center. The utility of understanding how landscape alteration and… CONTINUE READING
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