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A census taken just after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 indicated a population of more than 17 million.The decreasing nature of Kazakhstan's population (-.09 percent in 1999) is due, in part, to low birth-rates and mass emigration by non-Kazakhs, mainly Russians and Germans (Kazakhstan's net migration rate was -7.73 migrants per 1,000 people in 1999).
While many countries have used a common language to unite disparate ethnic communities, Kazakhstan has not been able to do so.In recent years the sea has severely decreased in size and even split into two smaller seas due to environmental mismanagement. The very south experiences hot summers, with temperatures routinely over 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius).The very north, which is technically southern Siberia, has extreme winters, with lows of well below 0 degrees Fahrenheit (-18 degrees Celsius), with strong winds, making the temperature feel like -50 to -60 degrees Fahrenheit (-46 to -51 degrees Celsius).The final theory holds that the Kazakh government wanted to repatriate the north with Kazakhs.Moving the capital to the north would move jobs (mostly held by Kazakhs) and people there, changing the demographics and lessening the likelihood of the area revolting or of Russia trying to reclaim it. The population of Kazakhstan was estimated to be 16,824,825 in July 1999.