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However, we are most indebted to Donna Phillips, Library Facilities Specialist, who capably input several versions of this bibliography into the computer, and to our student assistants, Laura Staley, Laura Schroader, Rob Harbison, and Stephanie Wiles, who typed our data sheets. PEGGY WRIGHT BRIAN E. COUTTS BOWLING GREEN JUNE 1993 Page 1 The Country and Its People 1 Adventure guide to Belize. Harry S. Pariser. Edison, New Jersey: Hunter Publishing, 1991. 288p. maps. bibliog. This is one of several adventure guidebooks written by Pariser on Central American countries.

In: A collection of papers honoring Brewster Baldwin, edited by Lucy E. Harding, Peter J. Coney. Middlebury, Vermont: Middlebury College Press, 1986, p. 15-24. maps. bibliog. ' He continues by explaining the position, height, geological properties and boundaries of the Maya Mountains, the Yucatán platform, the coastal plain and the Belize shelf. 32 The geology of the Maya Mountains, Belize. J. H. Bateson, I. H. S. Hall. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1977. 43p. map. bibliog. Utilizing data accrued during a 1969-70 geochemical survey, the authors disclaim earlier theories of major mineral deposits of value in the Maya Mountains of Belize.

Canberra, Australia: Department of Geography and Oceanography, University College, The Australian Defence Force Academy, 1988, p. 201-213. maps. bibliog. Day and Rosen trace the historical use of land in the Maya Mountains of central Belize from around AD 250 to 1986. They briefly describe Mayan agriculture, European logging practices, commercial agriculture, highway construction, city development, immigration, water availability and the effects which all of these have had on the region. Current citrus and cacao production, and cattle grazing dominate the Hummingbird area causing an increased population.

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