New York State University professor Sharon Stidman published an article in the Journal of Archaeological Science. The article examines information about the survival of people living in the border regions of Western Armenia, showing how they have adapted their agriculture to drought.

The study was conducted in Chader Hill, that is a unique place in Western Armenia, which has been the permanent home of humanity for thousands of years.

Studies show how people living in Yozgat’s Chader Hill more than 5,000 years ago got used to changeable conditions.

Humans, as talented beings, have been able to survive in the past in the face of challenges such as the changing climate.