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Diálogo andino

versión On-line ISSN 0719-2681

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REINDEL, Markus  y  ISLA, Johny. CLIMATE CHANGE AND SETTLEMENT PATTERNS AT THE WESTERN SLOPE OF THE ANDES IN SOUTHERN PERU. Diálogo Andino [online]. 2013, n.41, pp.83-99. ISSN 0719-2681.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-26812013000100006.

The "Andean Transect" project of the German Archaeological Institutes explores the settlement patterns of the the pre-hispanic populations that occupied a region in southern Peru between the provinces of Palpa on the coast and Lucanas in the highlands. More than 1500 archaeological sites, dating from the Early Archaic period to the Inka period, have been recorded in surveys and excavations. In cooperation with the Institute of Geography of the University of Heidelberg, palaeoclimatic changes that ocurred during the Holocene were recorded in detail. Analyses offluvial and eolic sediments of the desert coast, as well as analyses of macroremains and polen of drill cores from peat bogs of the highlands demonstrate that climatic parameters changed gradually over time and influenced the living conditions and settlement patterns of the pre-hispanic societies.

Palabras clave : settlement patterns; palaeoclimate; South Andes.

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