Explore additional content related to Should We Stay or Should We Go? Farming and Climate Change, 1000–1450 CE, the March 2, 2021 Archaeology Café Online presentation with Karen Schollmeyer and Scott Ingram.
- The Archaeology and Meaning of Mimbres. Vol. 17, No. 4 (Fall 2003)
- Blog: Life of the Gila: Was Mimbres a World?
- Blog: Life of the Gila: The Hohokam Worlds
Human Vulnerability to Climatic Dry Periods in the Prehistoric U.S. Southwest. Scott Ingram. Doctoral Dissertation. Arizona State University (ASU), School of Human Evolution and Social Change. 2010 ( tDAR id: 457658) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8457658
Schollmeyer, Karen Gust. 2011. Large Game, Agricultural Land, and Settlement Pattern Change in the Eastern Mimbres Area, Southwest New Mexico. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 30:402-415.
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