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References Androsova E. Y. 1977. Nekotorye redkie i interesnye vidy vodorosley iz rybovodnykh prudov Novosibirskoy oblasti i Altayskogo kraya. Novosti Sist. Nizs. Rast. 14: 3-8. Chlachula J. 2007. Biodiversity protection of Southern Altai in the context of environmental transformations and socio-economic development. In: J. Chlachula & A. M. Gazaliev (eds.). Modern approaches to biodiversity protection in the context of steady development achievement of Republic Kazakhstan, pp. 6-15. International Science Conference Papers, Ust-Kamenogorsk. Chlachula J., Koutný M

References Abdulina S. A. (1999): Checklist of vascular plants of Kazakhstan. Ministry of Sci. Acad. Sci. of the Kazakhstan Inst. of Bot. and Phytointroduction. Kotukhov Yu. (1987): Novyi vid roda Stipa (Poaceae) iz yuzhnogo Altaya (A new species of the genus Stipa (Poaceae) from southern Altai). - Bot. Zhurn., 72: 1254-1255. Kotukhov Yu. (1989): Novye taksony rodov Stipa (Poaceae) i Oxytropis (Fabaceae) iz vostochnogo Kazakhstana (Some new taxa of the genera Stipa (Poaceae) and Oxytropis (Fabaceae) from the western Kazakhstan). - Bot. Zhurn., 74: 414

Palaeolithic times is evident, pointing to adaptation to the mountain and steppe environments (e.g., Levine and Kislenko 1997 , Vishnyatsky 1999 , Zakh et al. 2010 , Chlachula 2010 , 2017 , Kotov 2016 ). The mountain regions of Central Asia are believed to facilitate spread of early agriculture since the Bronze Age ( Motuzaite Matuzeviciute et al. 2015 ). The most famous archaeological sites of the Sary-Arka and the adjacent Southern Altai are associated with the Iron-Age Scythian civilization with traces of settlement in the steppes, river valleys as well as on the

and occurrence of precious and ornamental stones of East Kazakhstan . [In:] „Creativity and Innovative Development of Kazakhstan“, Ust-Kamenogorsk, [in Russian]. Chlachula, J., 2010. Pleistocene climate change, natural environments and Palaeolithic peopling of East Kazakhstan. In Eurasian Perspectives of Environmental Archaeology. Quaternary International 220, 64–87. Chlachula, J. & Seljanina, E., 2007. Quaternary investigations of southern Altai, East Kazakhstan. [In:] Modern Approaches to Biodiversity Protection in the Context of Steady Development Achievement

Mountains, USA. Geological Society of America, Field Guide 5, 207-218. Shcherba, G. N. (1957). The geology of the Narym massif of granitoids in the Southern Altai. Alma Ata: Izd. AN Kazakh. SSR (in Russian). Shcherba, G. N. (1960). The formation of rare-metal deposits of Central Kazakhstan. Alma Ata: Izd. AN Kazakh. SSR (in Russian). Shchukin, S. I. (1974). Lamprophyres and ores. Geologiya Rudnykh Mestorozhdenii, 16 (6), 97-101 (in Russian). Shipulin, F. K. (1968). Intrusions and ore mineralization. Moskva: Izd. Nauka (in Russian). Sinclair, W. D. (2007