According to paragraph 2, why did scientists change their view about the cause of the collapse of Chacoan society? A. They found evidence that Chaco had always lacked trees and good soil. B. They discovered that Chaco Canyon was much drier than they had previously believed. C. They learned that the population was not large enough to supply the laborers needed to build the great houses. D. They found evidence that the farming economy was excessively concentrated in the central canyon.