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Jbel Sarhro : mutations d'une société et de son environnement géographique

Abstract : Boarding the south atlasic depression and parallel to high-atlas in the Moroccan south east, the Jbel Sarho with the Jbel Ougnate constitute the continuity of the anti-atlas towards the north east. Therefore, it also an arid and desolate mountain. However, this mountain occupied by a longer and complex tribal group, the Ait Atta. If the largest part of this massif is human desert the bottom of the valise and the small alluvial terraces are defensibly populated. everywhere man associate almost always the two rural economic forms : pastoral activity and intensify agriculture, as well as a variety of proportions which are never exclusive. It social life is organized around semi-nomads in the Sarho as it is called; its southern fallout is organized in a rosemary of farm-systems founded on water irrigation control. The social life is organized in the ksour and around the khettas. Even if the physical condition impose an identical way of life and a relative physical and organizational informality in all areas, the human factors have impose the functional diversity : the social history of the Moroccan south east is linked with the conquest of water and pastures. Each group when he settles down on the soil brings with him his values and logical space management. From this fact, the oasis an furrow presents a multitude of cases each oasis is a concern of particular organization.
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Brahim El Fasskaoui. Jbel Sarhro : mutations d'une société et de son environnement géographique. Géographie. Université Nancy 2, 1996. Français. ⟨NNT : 1996NAN21016⟩. ⟨tel-01776566⟩



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