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Timber, Tourists, and Temples: Conservation And Development In The Maya Forest Of Belize Guatemala And Mexico
     

Timber, Tourists, and Temples: Conservation And Development In The Maya Forest Of Belize Guatemala And Mexico

by Richard B. Primack (Editor), David Bray (Editor), Hugo A. Galletti (Editor), Ismael Ponciano (Editor)
 
<p>Stretching across southern Mexico, northern Guatemala, and Belize, the Maya Forest, or Selva Maya, constitutes one of the last large blocks of tropical forest remaining in North and Central America. Home to Mayan-speaking people for more than 5,000 years, the region is also uncommonly rich in cultural and archaeological resources.<p>Timber, Tourists, and

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