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      The Early Rice Project: From Domestication to Global Warming

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      Archaeology International
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            Journal
            Archaeology International
            AI
            Ubiquity Press, Ltd.
            2048-4194
            1463-1725
            November 20 2011
            : 13
            : 1
            : 44-51
            Article
            10.5334/ai.1314
            7bb7ae47-4884-49b6-bda3-95852f344b9f
            © 2011
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            Archaeology,Cultural studies

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