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  • Volume Contents
Number 1, Spring 2015
The Darts of Dawn: The Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli Venus Complex in the Iconography of Mesoamerica and the American Southwest
Michael Mathiowetz, Polly Schaafsma, Jeremy Coltman, and Karl Taube
Patria Fugáz: The Troubled Birth of Hydraulic Populism on Sonora’s Río Mayo, 1910–1934     Jeffrey M. Banister 103
Historical Water Pulses in the Central Desert Region: Following the Paths of the Missionaries’ First Explorations of Northern Baja California
  Elisabet V. Wehncke and Xavier López-Medellín
Number 2–3, Summer–Autumn 2015
Seeds in the Sand: The Next Generation of Approaches to Understanding the Sonoran Desert and Gulf of California
Guest Editors: Carolyn O’Meara and Benjamin T. Wilder
With additional editorial assistance from
Nemer E. Narchi, Rodrigo F. Rentería-Valencia, Jorge Torre, and Sula Vanderplank
The Continuum of Desert Research
  Benjamin T. Wilder and Carolyn O’Meara
Human Dimensions of Research in the Sonoran Desert: Next Generation Sonoran Desert Researchers
  Jennifer N. Duberstein and Andrés Lira-Noriega
The Trooqui Treen: A Seri Truck   Cathy Moser Marlett 199
The La Playa Archaeological Project: Binational Interdisciplinary Research on Long-Term Human Adaptation in the Sonoran Desert
  John Carpenter, Guadalupe Sánchez, James Watson, and Elisa Villalpando
The Tumamoc Hill Arts Initiative: A Portfolio of Site-Based Art and Writing Inspired by a History of Sonoran Desert Science
  Paul Mirocha, Eric Magrane, Barbara Terkanian, Monique Soria, D. L. Coleman, Meredith Milstead, and Kathleen Koopman
Social Constructs, Identity, and the Ecological Consequences of Carne Asada
  Nemer E. Narchi, Alberto Búrquez, Sarah Trainer, and Rodrigo F. Rentería-Valencia
PANGAS: An Interdisciplinary Ecosystem-Based Research Framework for Small-Scale Fisheries in the Northern Gulf of California
  Adrian Munguía-Vega, Jorge Torre, Peggy Turk-Boyer, Silvio Guido Marinone, Miguel Fernando Lavín, Tad Pfister, William Shaw, Gustavo Danemann, Peter Raimondi, Alejandro Castillo-López, Ana Cinti, Jennifer N. Duberstein, Marcia Moreno-Báez, Mario Rojo, Gaspar Soria, Laura Sánchez-Velasco, Hem Nalini Morzaria-Luna, Luis Bourillón, Kirsten Rowell, and Richard Cudney-Bueno
Assessing the Geological and Climatic Forcing of Biodiversity and Evolution Surrounding the Gulf of California
  Greer A. Dolby, Scott E. K. Bennett, Andrés Lira-Noriega, Benjamin T. Wilder, and Adrian Munguía-Vega
Plant Biotic Interactions in the Sonoran Desert: Conservation Challenges and Future Directions
Brigitte Marazzi, Judith L. Bronstein, Pacifica N. Sommers, Blanca R. López, Enriquena Bustamante Ortega, Alberto Búrquez, Rodrigo A. Medellín, Clare Aslan, and Kim Franklin
After the Crossing: Afterlives of Found Objects in the Sonoran Desert Borderlands
  Scott Warren, Kevin E. McHugh, and Jason Roehner
Author Profiles 517
Number 4, Winter 2015
Pueblo -tiwa Names: Hybrid Transmission in the Sprachbund
  Peter M. Whiteley and David H. Snow
Valles Caldera: Preserving the “Yellowstone of the Southwest”
  Jeffrey M. Widener
The “Collapse” of Cooperative Hohokam Irrigation in the Lower Salt River Valley
  J. Brett Hill, Patrick D. Lyons, Jeffery J. Clark, and William H. Doelle

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