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Geoarchaeology, ISSN 0883-6353, 03/2007, Volume 22, Issue 3, pp. 359 - 386
Research on soil fertility is presented in the context of runoff agriculture, a venerable farming system that has been used for millennia in arid to semiarid... 
PHOSPHORUS | SOILS | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | EPHEMERAL STREAMS | CONSERVATION | COLORADO PLATEAU | AVAILABILITY | CORN | NEW-MEXICO | NITROGEN CONCENTRATIONS | PREHISTORIC AGRICULTURAL TERRACES | ARCHAEOLOGY
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Journal of Archaeological Science, ISSN 0305-4403, 05/1999, Volume 26, Issue 5, pp. 483 - 496
Studies of the relative effects of growing conditions on specific maize (Zea maysL.) characters enhance interpretation of archaeological maize specimens. To... 
MOISTURE EFFECTS | KERNEL | AMERICAN SOUTH-WEST | EAR | COB | ZEA MAYSL | ARCHAEOLOGICAL MAIZE | CHARACTERS | American south-west | Archaeological maize | Characters | Cob | Ear | Moisture effects | Kernel | Zea mays L | Corn
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Journal of Ethnobiology, ISSN 0278-0771, 07/2017, Volume 37, Issue 2, pp. 172 - 195
Maize has sustained the Zuni and other people in the arid American Southwest for many generations. In the traditional Zuni dryland agricultural system, fields... 
American Southwest | Maize | water harvesting | American Indian agriculture | runoff agriculture | PHOSPHORUS | NEW-MEXICO | maize | NATIVE-AMERICAN AGROECOSYSTEM | NITROGEN CONCENTRATIONS | CORN | BIOLOGY | HILLSLOPE SOILS | RUNOFF | ANTHROPOLOGY
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KIVA, ISSN 0023-1940, 06/2007, Volume 72, Issue 4, pp. 379 - 405
At the beginning of the thirteenth century A.D., the Mesa Verde region was densely inhabited by Ancestral Pueblo peoples. By the end of that century, Ancestral... 
Mesas | Precipitation | Rain | Highlands | Paleoclimatology | Social interaction | Communities | Climate models | Paleoanthropology | Growth rings
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Journal of ethnobiology, ISSN 0278-0771, 07/2002, Volume 22, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 34
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