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Cenotes of Mayakoba is a beautifully produced 200-page art book now published in its First Edition. This large-scale object is 14 inches wide by 10 inches tall, and contains incredible full-spread images, maps, including a poster-sized cartographic map of Burrodromo, and the story of the project.
You can see each chapter of the book in PDF format.
- Cover, Table of Contents and End Pages
- Caves and Cenotes
- Cenote Guadalupe
- Cenote Burrodromo
- Cave Diving Equipment and Planning
- Cenote Ak K’U’
- Cave Navigation and Why Cave Divers Don’t Get Lost
- Cenote Senderos
- Cave Surveying and Making Cave Maps
- Cenote Hole 7 (El Camaleón Golf Course)
- Cave Photography Tools and Techniques
- Mayakoba’s Canals
- Cenote Ma’Áayin
- The Team
- The Future: Cave Conservation and Getting Involved
- Cartographic Map of Burrodromo
Image credits SJ Alice Bennett and/or Proyecto Mayakoba project team.
First edition October 2022 © 2022 Proyecto Mayakoba
All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or used in any manner without the prior written permission of the copyright owner, except for the use of brief quotations in a book review. To contact the publishers, please email info@CenotesOfMayakoba.com.
Project and Diving by Team Proyecto Mayakoba.
(Matt Scantland, Henry Frawley-Fulcher, Ivo Chiarino, SJ Alice Bennett)
Written by Matt Scantland.
Design by SJ Alice Bennett.
Photography by SJ Alice Bennett, Henry Frawley-Fulcher, Ivo Chiarino, and Matt Scantland. Cave surveys and maps by Ivo Chiarino, Matt Scantland, and Henry Frawley-Fulcher. Burrodromo cartographic map illustrated by Ivo Chiarino.
Printed in the United States of America.
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