The Relationship Between Drought And The Mayan Collapse

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As we know there are a lot of theories about the Mayan disappearance like overpopulation, flood are there are more beliefs but one that makes the most sense and most likely could have happened is drought and this essay will explain a lot about it. Drought is a long period of no rain. Climate change is one reason how drought occurred. Evidence are that researchers have noticed a striking correlation between the timing and the Mayan collapse. In general, the temperature in the Mayan civilization is and humid. The northern Lowlands were also comprised of forests but they were drier than their southern counterparts, mainly growing small thorny trees. February to May was the dry season characterized by air that was intensely hot and uncomfortable.

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