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Table 2 Provenance of historic (19th and early 20th century AD) data presented in Figure 5.

From: Some like it hot: environmental determinism and the pastoral economies of the later prehistoric Eurasian steppe

code Sample reference
A Kazakhstan, 1920 Krader 1955
B Kirgizia, 1920 Krader 1955
C Tadjikistan, 1920 Krader 1955
D Uzbekistan, 1920 Krader 1955
E Turkmenia, 1920 Krader 1955
F Bukei, 1846 Krader 1955
G Bukei, 1849-50 Krader 1955
H Bukei, 1852 Krader 1955
I Semipalatinsk, 1876 Krader 1955
J Kuldja, 1877 Krader 1955
K Sinkiang, 1933 Krader 1955
L Tuva, 1931 Vainshtein 1980
M Trans-Uralian Bashkirs (Shadrinsk District), early 19th century Koryakova and Hanks 2006
N Tyumen District Native Population, early 19th century Koryakova and Hanks 2006
O Yalutorovsk District Native Population, early 19th century Koryakova and Hanks 2006
P Native Population of Tarsky District, early 19th century Koryakova and Hanks 2006
Q Kazakhs of Kokchetav District, early 19th century Koryakova and Hanks 2006
  1. Note: (Koryakova and Hanks 2006, table one) tabulate cattle, horse and sheep data (rather than sheep/goat).