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The only way I've seen is when google sends you an AdSense referral - they all appear to come from the domain googlesyndication. Thats why tracking query fields or a special google entry page are the best ways to do that.
If you think about it, having the same referrer does make sense as either way they are clicking on a google web page, either in search results or from an ad.
If by "organic" you mean unpaid clicks (vs paid clicks), there are only 2 ways to know and both involve setting up the ads so they can be tracked. 1)is if you set up the original ads to have a tracking parameter in the URL, the way Overture will do for you automatically if you turn URL tracking on. 2) is if all your AdWords ads point to some kind of landing page that is only used by AdWords ads.
If by "organic" you mean Content Match vs search engine match, the "googlesyndication" method can do it, I think, but it's just as easy to examine the list of referrers directly and separate the search engines from the others.
I put markers on the AdWord URLs so I can see the referrers.
Other AdWords hits' referrers in the last few minutes:
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and on and on.
These referrers are not distinguishable as google adwords hits. You have to have a parameter in the URL you set up in Google. Or have a special landing page.
I don't use content match so I don't get AdSense hits.