Two-hundred-year drought doomed Indus Valley Civilization

@article{Marris2014TwohundredyearDD,
  title={Two-hundred-year drought doomed Indus Valley Civilization},
  author={Emma Marris},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2014}
}
Monsoon hiatus that began 4,200 years ago parallels dry spell that led civilizations to collapse in other regions. 
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