Works supporting Carpenter’s thesis include: R.A. Bryson, H.H. Lamb and D.L. Donley, “Drought and the Decline of Mycenae,” Antiquity 48 [1974], pp. 46–50; R. Bryson and T.J. Murray, Climates of Hunger: Mankind and the World’s Changing Weather (Madison, WI: Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1977); W.H. Stiebing, “The End of the Mycenean Age,” Biblical Archaeologist 43, 1 [Winter, 1980], pp. 7–21; B. Weiss, “The Decline of Late Bronze Age Civilizations as a possible Response to Climatic Change,” Climatic Change 4 (1982), pp. 172–198; J. L. Bintliff, “Climatic Change, Archaeology and Quaternary Science in the Eastern Mediterranean Region,” in Climatic Change in Later Prehistory, ed. A.F. Harding, (Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univ. Press, 1982), pp. 143–161; J. Neumann and S. Parpola, “Climatic Change”; W. H. Stiebing, Out of the Desert?: Archaeology and the Exodus/Conquest Narratives (Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1989); and R.L. Gorny, “Environment, Archaeology, and History in Hittite Anatolia,” Biblical Archaeologist 52, 2 and 3 (June/September, 1989) pp. 78–94.