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London: Hamish Hamilton. atti esecutivo 18-12-2000 18:04 Pagina 35 HUMANITY FROM AFRICAN NAISSANCE TO COMING MILLENNIA Tatyana I. Alexeeva Institute and Museum of Anthropology, Moscow State University Keywords: population ecology , adaptation, high altitudes, Mongolian populations 35 Anthropo-ecological Investigation of Central Asia The territory of Central Asia is a good choice for anthropological investigations because the original populations have much in common racially and genetically. Thus, a natural experiment in Central Asia which had been prepared by history and nature might be a very successful opportunity for us as we have a rare opportunity to study representatives of genetically close anthropological types in a variety of ecosystems.

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