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Investigations on the climatic conditions of the advancement of the Tunisian Sahara
by Secretariat of the World Meteorological Organization in Geneva
Written in English
|Statement||by H. Flohn, with the collaboration of M. Ketata.|
|Series||Technical notes / World meteorological Organization -- no.116, OMM/WMO No.279, Technical notes (World Meteorological Organization) -- no.116.|
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INVESTIGATIONS ON THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE TUNISIAN SAHARA. CONTENTS Chapter Page ishment of these groundwater resources can be expected under present climatic conditions, and their possible exhaus-tion must be taken seriously into account.
Such inconsistencies are not unique to the Tunisian Sahara, however, and. Investigations on the climatic conditions of the advancement of the Tunisian Sahara: Responsibility: par H.
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road between the Sahara and the Tunisian steppes. Chott el Gharsa encompasses the isthmus in the east and Chott el Jerid surrounds it in the west [26,27]. Satellite Remote Sensing Data Figure 1. (A) Map of ancient southern Tunisia and the main routes of the Ancient Romans. (B) The.
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