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Oct 18, 2008 · Asian Studies Nat Geo Published on Oct 18, 2008 The articles written in this mock magazine are written by Grade 9 students at the International School of Beijing. Watch full episodes, specials and documentaries with National Geographic TV channel online.

Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Studies of this genetic diversity have allowed scientists to reconstruct a kind of family tree of human populations. Most people of East Asian and Native American ancestry possess at least one.

While his East Asian components account for half of his autosomal ancestry, the other half is typically European: 22% northern European, 18% Mediterranean, and 10% southwest Asian. This pattern is typically seen in our German reference population, and so his other closest population is . The Center for Meteorite Studies was recently featured in National Geographic Magazine, in an article titled "Our three favorite scientific breathroughs this month". Read the article and see photos, here! Photo: The ASU Center for Meteorite Studies climate-controlled meteorite collection facility. Image credit: ASU/CMS/Garvie.

Seafood is extremely important to the lifestyle of many Asian peoples. A recent study by the National Geographic Society places China and Japan as the world’s leading consumers of seafood, at roughly 694 million and 582 million metric tons (765 million and 641 million tons) annually. Rainforests are Earth’s oldest living ecosystems, with some surviving in their present form for at least 70 million years. They are incredibly diverse and complex, home to more than half of the world’s plant and animal species—even though they cover just 6% of Earth’s surface.This makes rainforests astoundingly dense with flora and fauna; a 10-square-kilometer (4-square-mile) patch can.