Here is a recent article entitled: Mapping ancient chinampa landscapes in the Basin of Mexico: a remote sensing and GIS approach, written by Christopher T. Morehart at the Department of […]
Almost exactly a month ago I put up these photos and some background info on Chiranthrodendron pentadactylon, also known as the Devil’s Hand Tree (due to the spectacular flowers). This […]
I took this a few months ago when I was last in Mexico. Not sure what kind of fish it is. Check out those sharp teeth.
Note: Following is a paper I wrote years ago (2006), when I first became interested in the history, evolution, and eventual Spanish-inflicted decline of Aztec Chinampa agriculture. The essay draws […]