Estimating a date of mixture of ancestral South Asian populations Linguistic and genetic studies have demonstrated that almost all groups in South Asia today descend from a mixture of two highly divergent populations: Ancestral North Indians (ANI) related to Central Asians, Middle Easterners and Europeans, and Ancestral South Indians (ASI) not related to any populations outside the Indian subcontinent.ANI and ASI have been estimated to have diverged from a common ancestor as much as 60,000 years ago, but the date of the ANI-ASI mixture is unknown.Here we analyze data from about 60 South Asian groups to estimate that major ANI-ASI mixture occurred 1,200-4,000 years ago.
She’s slowly cooling down and it’s making finding those fall panfish a little easier.
Right now, most lakes are in that 64-66º range and although the fish aren’t deep yet, they are being found in transition areas, which usually means the main breakline leading into the main lake basin. First-ice panfish, especially crappies, are normally found in the deeper waters of average depth lakes.
My favorite first-ice lakes have maximum depths in the 25-35’ range. Try fishing a lake in the 50’ depth, or more, and it seems there are just too many hiding places.
During these conditions, they usually suspend and roam about the main lake basin, making them harder to pinpoint.
Therefore, my favorite fall crappie lakes are those with depths in that “happy medium.” I’ve done well on three lakes thus far and have checked out sixteen ...
Read "For years, static signs posted at entry points and boat ramps have educated people on laws, rules and regulations.Rightfully so, to protect natural resources, but a new mobile app developed by Wildlife Forever and the Clean Drain Dry Initiative, works to change that using Augmented Reality technology to ..." Learn More On Friday, Carol Painter wrote; "Any fishing tips for Leech Lake? The Walleye action was slow, but we did mange to catch some fish in the stretch of water between the old Silverhook Resort and the three sisters on the East side of Portage Bay.I know that there are some Perch coming in from Waboose too, and there's a mix of northern, crappie and perch in the weeds near the new leech lake campground, west side of portage bay.Carol wrote back; "Thank You, The jumbos bit like crazy during the rain on Saturday!We went back there yesterday and just found a few medium ones, lots of small ones." "More fun and great fishing this past week!Tom’s in early every morning checking for shiners and he reports he’s seeing more activity in the river this past week.