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etrospective age pyramid for Mla Bri settlement at Ban Bunyuen for 2003. This is based on the age pyramid data collected in 2013, and the death register collected by Mary Long. Births for 2004–2013 are subtracted, and deaths during the period added back in. The pyramid assumes no immigration or emigration, meaning the emigration of approximately sixty people from Ban Bunyuen to the Princess Sirindhorn Project in Nan Province in 2009 is not featured in this synthesis. 

etrospective age pyramid for Mla Bri settlement at Ban Bunyuen for 2003. This is based on the age pyramid data collected in 2013, and the death register collected by Mary Long. Births for 2004–2013 are subtracted, and deaths during the period added back in. The pyramid assumes no immigration or emigration, meaning the emigration of approximately sixty people from Ban Bunyuen to the Princess Sirindhorn Project in Nan Province in 2009 is not featured in this synthesis. 

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The Mla Bri of northern Thailand are a small group of hunter-gatherers who settled into settlements in the late twentieth century. One of the four places they settled was Ban Bunyuen. In 2013, a demographic survey of the settlement was undertaken. This was combined with mortality data from the last 15 years to describe the changing demgraphics, and...

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