The Mirador Basin Project has been featured in publications such as:
El Mirador — Champion of All
Revue Magazine - April 2010
Interview of Richard Hansen includes some historical perspective and some future plans for this critically important region of Guatemala. Read More...
Jungle Gym: You need to be fit to visit Guatemala's most spectacular Maya ruins.
Time magazine, Global Advisor - April 2010
Guatemala's most popular Maya ruins lie at Tikal, but for real bragging rights you'll have to head deep into the Peten jungle, where you'll find the ancient city of El Mirador. Read More...
What Lies in the Depths
Idaho State University Magazine, Vol 40, No. 1 - August 2009
The helicopter ride alone is worth the trip. It’s like flying into a real-life Emerald City. Read More...
Mirador Basin has been fertile ground for ISU researchers.
Idaho State Journal - August 2009
Panels Depicting Popol Vuh Discovered
American Archaeology, Vol. 13, No. 2, p. 9 - Summer 2009
Archaeologists find carvings portraying Maya Creation text in Northern Guatemala. Read More...
Unearthing the Maya Creation Myth
Discover Magazine - May 2009
Archaeologists who have uncovered two massive carved stucco panels in the Mirador Basin of Guatemala’s northern rain forest say they are the earliest known representation of the Mayan creation myth, predating other such artifacts by a millennium. Read More...