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It has been empirically shown to be the most remote place on Earth.
The plateau is a high-altitude arid steppe interspersed with mountain
ranges and large brackish lakes. Annual precipitation ranges from 100
mm to 300 mm and falls mainly as hailstorms. The southern and eastern
edges of the steppe have grasslands which can sustainably support
populations of nomadic herdsmen, although frost occurs for six months
of the year. Permafrost occurs over extensive parts of the plateau.
Proceeding to the north and northwest, the plateau becomes
progressively higher, colder and drier, until reaching the remote
Changthang region in the northwestern part of the plateau. Here the
average altitude exceeds 5,000 meters (16,500 feet) and year-round
temperatures average −4 °C, dipping to −40 °C in winter. As a result
of this extremely inhospitable environment, the Changthang region
(together with the adjoining Kekexili region) is the least populated
region in Asia, and the third least populated area in the world after
Antarctica and northern Greenland.