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Gila River Indian Community , Sacaton, Arizona. 2002b Archaeobotanical Studies and Paleoenviron­ mental Reconstructions, Gila River Indian Community, Arizona. Cultural Resources Management Program, P-­ MIP Technical Report No. 2002-­ 03. Gila River Indian Community, Sacaton, Arizona. 2003a Criteria for Identification of Archaeological Plant Specimens. In From the Desert to the Mountains: Archaeology of the Transition Zone, The State Route 87-­ Sycamore Creek Project, Vol. 2: Analyses of Prehistoric Re­ mains, edited by Eric Eugene Klucas, Richard Ciolek-­ Torrello, and Rein Vanderpot, pp. 477–526. Statistical Research Technical Series No. 73, Tucson. 2003b Plant Remains. In From the Desert to the Mountains: Archaeology of the Transition Zone, The State Route 87-­ Sycamore Creek Project, Vol. 2: Analyses of Prehistoric Re­ mains, edited by Eric Eugene Klucas, Richard Ciolek-­ Torrello, and Rein Vanderpot, pp. 223–246. Statistical Research Technical Series No. 73, Tucson. 2004 Anthropogenic Ecology of the North American Southwest. In People and Plants in Ancient Western North America, edited by Paul E. Minnis, pp. 167–204. Smithsonian Books, Washington, DC. Adams, Karen R., and Vorsila L. Bohrer 1998 Archaeobotanical Indicators of Seasonality : Examples from Arid Southwestern United States. In Seasonality and Sedentism: Archaeological Perspectives from Old and New World Sites, edited by Thomas R. Rocek and Ofer Bar-­ Yosef, pp. 129–141. Peabody Museum Bulletin 6. Peabody Museum of 194 References Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University , Cambridge, Massachusetts. Adams, Karen R., and Suzanne K. Fish 2006 Southwest Plants. In Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 3, Environment,­Origins, and Population, edited by Douglas H. Ubelaker, Dennis Stanford, Bruce D. Smith, and Emőke J. E. Szathmáry, pp. 292–312. William C. Sturtevant, general­ editor. Smithsonian Institution, Washington , D.C. Adams, Karen R., Deborah A. Muenchrath, and Dylan M. Schwindt 1999 Moisture Effects on the Morphology of Ears, Cobs and Kernels of a North American Maize (Zea mays L.) Cultivar, and Implications for the Interpretation of Archaeological Maize. Journal of Archaeological Science 26:483–496. Adams, Karen R., and Shawn S. Murray 2004 Identification Criteria for Plant Remains Recovered from Archaeological Sites in the Central Mesa Verde Region. Electronic document , http:/www.crowcanyon.org/plantID, accessed February 26, 2013. Adams, Karen R., and Susan J. Smith 2009 Plant Remains. In Data Recovery at Chris­ tiansen Border Village (AZ FF:9:10 [ASM]): Nonriverine Late Archaic/Early Agricultural and Formative Period Archaeology in the Borderlands of Southeastern Arizona, edited by Robert M. Wegener, Karry L. Blake, and Richard Ciolek-­ Torrello, pp. 7.1–7.17. Statistical Research Technical Report 09-­ 31, Tucson. Adams, Karen R., and Carla R. 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