Terres de Grenade : évolution des paysages et dérive des géosystèmes

Abstract : The province of Granada presents an extrem geographical variety because of its complex history as well as its marked physical contrasts due to the relief and climate. In order to draw up a typology of the geosystems and their evolution for this area, some local systems, with very pronounced geographical characteristics, have been studied in detail. After a close observation of the landscapes, historical research was done to follow their evolution from their estimated origins to today. These sample zones used for the drawing up of a geosystemic typology were chosen in the subbetic mountains, colonized later than the other parts of the region, as well as on the Mediterrenean coast characterized by a subtropical influence and in the plain of Granada or on the slopes of the ranges of the betic cordillera.
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Virginie Thiébaut. Terres de Grenade : évolution des paysages et dérive des géosystèmes. Géographie. Université Nancy 2, 2002. Français. ⟨NNT : 2002NAN21016⟩. ⟨tel-01751031⟩

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