This book describes and analyzes the adaptive strategies of traditional and prehistoric farmers in one part of the Andes, in an effort to understand the varying interactions between people and their habitat over the last five hundred years.
1. Introduction 2. The Strategically Relevant Physical Environment 3. Small-Farmer Adaptive Strategies 4. Models, Scenarios, and the Larger Context 5. Prehistoric Agricultural 6. Prehistoric Irrigation 7. Prehistoric Raised 8. Adaptation and Settlement in Late Prehistoric Times 9. Conclusion