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  • News

    Could the Anasazi have stayed?

    From London, at the Environmental Catastrophes and Recovery in the Holocene conference

    A new computer simulation of the changing environmental conditions around one of the Anasazi cultural centers early in the past millennium suggest that drought was not the only factor behind a sudden collapse of the civilization.

    Northeastern Arizona's Long House Valley was home to the Kayenta...

    09/09/2002 - 12:32 Archaeology
  • Math Trek

    Firm Data

    Business firms range in size from boutiques operated by individuals to huge multinational corporations employing thousands. You would expect that there are fewer large businesses than small ones. In economics, however, it's useful to characterize the size distribution of firms more precisely than that. Within an industry, for example, the firm size distribution would indicate the degree of...

    10/18/2001 - 14:25 Numbers
  • Feature

    Yours, Mine, and Ours: Conditional Cooperators Give 'Rational Man' a Run for His Money

    03/28/1998 - 00:00
  • Feature

    Clay Feet of Sugarscape Gods?

    01/18/1997 - 00:00
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    Science & Society

    12/21/1996 - 00:00
  • Feature

    The Gods of Sugarscape

    11/23/1996 - 00:00
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    Front Matter

    07/08/1995 - 00:00
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    Books

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    Books

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    Front Matter

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