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  • Considering a coincidence between environmental and cultural changes, the AA. state that success and decline of civilizations were dominated by hydrological oscillations, triggering fertility as well as a critical loss of natural resources. Fragile
  • periods, i.e. periods of geomorphological activity, occurred contemporaneous with cultural transitions. In response to spatial changing resources cultural foci were shifted. So, the success of pre-Columbian civilizations was closely coupled to areas of geo
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  • 2013
  • [b2] Institute of Crop Science and Resource Conservation (INRES), Univ., Bonn, Allemagne