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1. National Boundary with Populations: Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic, 1989

2008. Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre. and Griffith University. This polygon shapefile contains the national boundary of of the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic in 1989. This dataset is intended for researchers, ... Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre.

2. Region Boundaries with Populations: Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic, 1989

2008. Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre. and Griffith University. This polygon shapefile contains the region boundaries of Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic (later: Tajikistan). These are the level 2 administrative ... Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre.

3. Region Boundaries with Populations: Tajikistan, 2000

2008. Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre. and Griffith University. This polygon shapefile contains the region boundaries of Tajikistan. Populations from 2000 census of Tajikistan are included for each region.This d... Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre.

4. Region Boundaries with Populations: Tajikistan, 2000

2008. Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre. and Griffith University. This polygon shapefile represents the region boundaries within Tajikistan. Regions (viloyatho) are level 1 administrative divisions (ADM1). Tajikis... Asian Spatial Information and Analysis Network (Australia). Australian Centre.