Judging from the regional glacial chronology, all three landslides have occurred between major regional glacial advances.Whereas Alamyedin and Ukok can be considered as postglacial in this context, Aksu is of interglacial age.Ninety-four percent of the land is mountainous, and only 20 percent of the land is arable.
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None of the landslide deposits show traces of glacial erosion, hence their locations and Be ages mark maximum extents and minimum ages of glacial advances, respectively.
Using toe-to-headwall altitude ratios of 0.4–0.5, we reconstruct minimum equilibrium-line altitudes that exceed previous estimates by as much as 400 m along the moister northern fringe of the Tien Shan.
Possibly due to the relatively small sample size, there are no statistically significant differences in online dating use across race and ethnicity categories or education levels.
Some of those who have used online dating websites are now officially “off the market.” Of the 16 million American adults who have ever used online dating websites, about one quarter (23%) are now married or living as married.
Online daters are generally younger and more likely to be employed.
Looking across age groups, the youngest cohort (18-29 years old) has the largest percentage of online daters within it, with 18% of all online adults in that age group visiting a dating site.
Today the majority of Kyrgyz people live in the Kyrgyz Republic, also known as Kyrgyzstan, but there are large populations living in China, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.
Kyrgyzstan was formerly the Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic, or Kirghizia. Kyrgyzstan has an area of 76,500 square miles (198,500 square kilometers).
Yet their significance in Quaternary landscape evolution and natural hazard assessment remains unresolved due to the lack of "absolute" age constraints.