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The Hydraulic Hypothesis and the End of Civilization

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I’d like to talk about a recent review published in Science, titled “Systems integration for global sustainability†written by my colleague Peter Gleick of the Pacific Institute together with Jiangou Liu, Harold Mooney, Vanessa Hull, Steven Davis, Joane Gaskell, Thomas Hertel, Jane Lubchenco, Karent Seto, Claire Kremen and Shuxin Li. But I want to put this paper in a broader perspective, dipping into my training as an archaeologist. But first a relevant digression.

 

http://scienceblogs.com/gregladen/2015/03/02/the-hydraulic-hypothesis-and-the-end/

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