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Engineered feature used to enhance gardening at a 3800-year-old site on the Pacific Northwest Coast

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Science Advances  21 Dec 2016:
Vol. 2, no. 12, e1601282
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1601282

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    fig. S1. Radiocarbon sequence for DhRp-52.

    fig. S2. Plan view of SRP feature from garden area.

    fig. S3. Sample of conserved wapato (S. latifolia) tubers excavated from DhRp-52 wet-site deposits.

    table S1. Radiocarbon dates from DhRp-52.

    table S2. Frequency and distribution of abundant seed taxa in the garden deposits at DhRp-52.

    table S3. Total counts of perishable artifacts from DhRp-52.

    table S4. Species identification of a sample of perishable artifacts excavated from DhRp-52 wet-site (area II) deposits.

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    • fig. S1. Radiocarbon sequence for DhRp-52.
    • fig. S2. Plan view of SRP feature from garden area.
    • fig. S3. Sample of conserved wapato (S. latifolia) tubers excavated from DhRp-52 wet-site deposits.
    • table S1. Radiocarbon dates from DhRp-52.
    • table S2. Frequency and distribution of abundant seed taxa in the garden deposits at DhRp-52.
    • table S3. Total counts of perishable artifacts from DhRp-52.
    • table S4. Species identification of a sample of perishable artifacts excavated from DhRp-52 wet-site (area II) deposits.

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