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Drought, epidemic disease, and the fall of classic period cultures in Mesoamerica (AD 750-950). Hemorrhagic fevers as a cause of massive population loss.

Acuna-Soto R, Stahle DW, Therrell MD, Gomez Chavez S, Cleaveland MK.

Med Hypotheses. 2005;65(2):405-9.

PMID:
15922121
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When half of the population died: the epidemic of hemorrhagic fevers of 1576 in Mexico.

Acuna-Soto R, Stahle DW, Therrell MD, Griffin RD, Cleaveland MK.

FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2004 Nov 1;240(1):1-5.

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Megadrought and megadeath in 16th century Mexico.

Acuna-Soto R, Stahle DW, Cleaveland MK, Therrell MD.

Emerg Infect Dis. 2002 Apr;8(4):360-2.

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The Lost Colony and Jamestown droughts.

Stahle DW, Cleaveland MK, Blanton DB, Therrell MD, Gay DA.

Science. 1998 Apr 24;280(5363):564-7.

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North Carolina climate changes reconstructed from tree rings: a.d. 372 to 1985.

Stahle DW, Cleaveland MK, Hehr JG.

Science. 1988 Jun 10;240(4858):1517-9.

PMID:
17798982

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