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Agriculture predominates in the north today, gradually replaced by grazing to the southeast. The Lake Constance Basin: a large lake (roughly 10 by 60 kilometers) and its surrounding lowlands that form a warm and dry enclave (especially in the west) in the cooler and more moist morainic lowlands. Today, tropical and subtropical plants grow well on the island of Mainau in the western part of the lake. Modern land use is dominated by grain agriculture and vineyards to the west, with greater emphasis on meadows and grazing to the east, with increasing precipitation.
It is also clear from the ethnographic literature that reliability is a conscious goal in many decisions about food choice, habitat use, and camp location. In order to understand the behavior of past hunter-gatherers, we must take subsistence risk into consideration. It is no easy task, however, to construct simple models that allow us to do so. One reason for this is that the responses by hunter-gatherers to subsistence risk can take so many forms, including not only the sorts of choices mentioned earlier, but also food storage, sharing, and exchange (Kaplan, Hill, and Hurtado, 1990; Wiessner, 1982; Winterhalder, 1990).
Many of these criticisms focus on the fact that this model relied upon an indirect measure of foraging efficiency. Recent work with optimal foraging the- ory, by contrast, relies on direct measures of costs and benefits in terms of time and energy in situations where modern foragers and their technology and tactics can be observed. Certainly, this direct approach is desirable, but it simply cannot be used with prehistoric hunter-gatherers. Even direct observation of living hunters cannot tell us about the costs of resources that are not used, which is a significant problem when trying to explain this lack of use in terms of the inefficiency of pursuing these resources.