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Volume 37, Number 2 - 2017: 

Special Section: Empirical and Model-Based Agricultural Studies in Archaeology
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I. SPECIAL SECTION: Empirical and model-based agricultural studies in Archaeology – Edited by Andrew gillreath-brown and r. kyle bocinsky
A DIALOGUE BETWEEN EMPIRICAL AND MODEL-BASED AGRICULTURAL STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY  
Andrew Gillreath-Brown and R. Kyle Bocinsky
A MAIZE EXPERIMENT IN A TRADTIONAL ZUNI AGROECOSYSTEM 
Deborah A. Muenchrath, Jonathan A. Sandor, Jay B. Norton, and Jeffrey A. Homburg
ANTHROPOGENIC SOIL CHANGE AND TRADITIONAL AGRICULTURAL FIELDS IN ARID TO SEMIARID REGIONS OF THE AMERICAS   
Jonathan A. Sandor and Jeffrey A. Homburg
SOLANUM JAMESI: EVIDENCE FOR CULTIVATION OF WILD POTATO TUBERS BY ANCESTRAL PUEBLOAN GROUPS
David H. Kinder, Karen R. Adams, and Harry J. Wilson
LET THEM PLANT THEIR OWN: IMPLICATIONS OF INTERACTIVE CROP-LOSS PROCESSES DURING DROUGHT IN HOPI MAIZE FIELDS
Steven Sundjordet  
 
MODELLING AGRICULTURAL POTENTIAL NEAR THE OCAMPO CAVES, TAMAULIPAS: INTEGRATING ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND GEOSPATIAL APPLICATIONS
J. Kevin Hanselka and Brian King   
COMPARING MAIZE PALEOPRODUCTION MODELS WITH EXPERIMENTAL DATA
R. Kyle Bocinsky and Mark D. Varien
II. Regular submissions
VANISHING ECOTOPES: EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES TO LOKONO ECOTOPE TERMS  
Konrad Rybka
ARE BORDERS MORE IMPORTANT THAN GEOGRAPHICAL DISTANCE? THE WILD FOOD ETHNOBOTANY OF THE BOYKOS AND ITS OVERLAP WITH THAT OF THE BUKOVINIAN HUTSULS IN WESTERN UKRAINE 
Andrea Pieroni and Renata Soukand
THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF CAMAS PRODUCTION AND EXCHANGE ON THE NORTHWEST COAST: WITH EVIDENCE FROM A STS'AILES (CHEHALIS) VILLAGE ON THE HARRISON RIVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Natasha Lyons and Morgan Ritchie

 

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