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Archaeologist Peter Dunham has received nine major research grants from National Geographic to study the ancient Maya and their relationship with their environment. As the director of the Maya Mountains Archaeological Project, he has worked on excavations across the lands of the Maya and discovered four small Maya cities in the mountains of Belize in 1993. A professor at Cleveland State University, Peter has been featured on National Geographic Television programs and in the New York Times.