Vernon Scarborough
Vernon Scarborough
Professor of Anthropology, University of Cincinnati
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Flow of power: ancient water systems and landscapes
VL Scarborough
(No Title), 2003
Ecology and ritual: water management and the Maya
VL Scarborough
Latin American Antiquity 9 (2), 135-159, 1998
Arising from the Bajos: The Evolution of a Neotropical Landscape and the Rise of Maya Civilization
NP Dunning, S Luzzadder‐Beach, T Beach, JG Jones, V Scarborough, ...
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 92 (2), 267-283, 2002
A water storage adaptation in the Maya lowlands
VL Scarborough, GG Gallopin
Science 251 (4994), 658-662, 1991
The Mesoamerican Ballgame
VL Scarborough, DR Wilcox
University of Arizona Press, 1993
Temple mountains, sacred lakes, and fertile fields: ancient Maya landscapes in northwestern Belize
N Dunning, V Scarborough, F Valdez, S Luzzadder-Beach, T Beach, ...
Antiquity 73 (281), 650-660, 1999
Water and sustainable land use at the ancient tropical city of Tikal, Guatemala
VL Scarborough, NP Dunning, KB Tankersley, C Carr, E Weaver, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (31), 12408-12413, 2012
Forests, fields, and the edge of sustainability at the ancient Maya city of Tikal
DL Lentz, NP Dunning, VL Scarborough, KS Magee, KM Thompson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (52), 18513-18518, 2014
Water management in the southern Maya lowlands: an accretive model for the engineered landscape
VL Scarborough
Research in Economic Anthropology 7, 17-69, 1993
Developing an Integrated History and future of People on Earth (IHOPE)
R Costanza, S Van Der Leeuw, K Hibbard, S Aulenbach, S Brewer, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (1), 106-114, 2012
Climate change and classic Maya water management
LJ Lucero, JD Gunn, VL Scarborough
Water 3 (2), 479-494, 2011
Heterarchy, Political Economy, and the Ancient Maya: The Three Rivers Region of the East-central Yucatˆn Peninsula
VL Scarborough, F Valdez, NP Dunning
University of Arizona Press, 2003
Complexity and sustainability: Perspectives from the ancient Maya and the modern Balinese
VL Scarborough, WR Burnside
American Antiquity 75 (2), 327-363, 2010
The non-hierarchical development of complexity in the semitropics: water and cooperation
VL Scarborough, LJ Lucero
Water History 2, 185-205, 2010
The politicization of the Mesoamerican ballgame and its implications for the interpretation of the distribution of ballcourts in central Mexico
RS Santley, MJ Berman, RT Alexander, VL Scarborough, DR Wilcox
The Mesoamerican Ballgame, 3-24, 1991
Water and land at the ancient Maya community of La Milpa
VL Scarborough, ME Becher, JL Baker, G Harris, F Valdez
Latin American Antiquity 6 (2), 98-119, 1995
An alternative order: the dualistic economies of the ancient Maya
VL Scarborough, F Valdez
Latin American Antiquity 20 (1), 207-227, 2009
Water management adaptations in nonindustrial complex societies: an archaeological perspective
VL Scarborough
Archaeological method and theory 3, 101-154, 1991
Subsistence, trade, and development of the coastal Maya
DA Freidel, V Scarborough
Maya Subsistence, 131-155, 1982
A preclassic Maya water system
VL Scarborough
American Antiquity 48 (4), 720-744, 1983
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