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Mutations socio-environnementales, paysages et archéologie dans une montagne à risques : La vallée du Nahr Ibrahim au mont Liban

Abstract : Mount Lebanon has remarkable water resources among the middle-eastern countries, but the inhabitants of the upper Nahr Ibrahim valley, a major river in the Lebanese mountain, are facing an increasing hydric stress and an erosion risk that is enhanced by global change. This complex framework links a multi-millenary territorial history with moments of disruption or brakes related to natural variables (climate, ancient seismicity, mass movements,…) and/or anthropic variables (socio-economic changes) that shows a high resiliency of the inhabitants. The multidisciplinary and diachronic « Nahr Ibrahim Project » puts forward local management strategies of this multi-millenary landscape and built heritage to support the socioeconomic development of the upper valleys, as these mountainous regions remain on the margins of the national pubic investment plans.
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Romana Harfouche, Chadi Abdallah, Ghaleb Faour, Pierre Poupet. Mutations socio-environnementales, paysages et archéologie dans une montagne à risques : La vallée du Nahr Ibrahim au mont Liban. Revue Tunisienne de Géographie, Faculté des Lettres et des Sciences Humaines de Tunis, 2019, 51 (1), p.103-138. ⟨hal-02869562⟩

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