Amor Bkhairi

Amor Bkhairi
CGMED, FSHS of Tunis-Tunisia · Geography

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Geoarchaeological and paleoenvironmental researches have been done in the Foussana's basin and its boundaries. They contribute to discover an archaeological capacity inherent to Holocene sites called locally with many morpho-sedimentary sequences in different stratigraphic positions. The analysis was done using multi-disciplinary approach: sediment...
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Hydric erosion is very active in the Upper Steppes area of Tunisia chiefly on the alluvial floodplains where it is largely controlled by suffusion. This erosive dynamic represents a threat for the agricultural lands. The erosive phenomena related to suffusion, causes gullying, banks undermining and enlargement of the section of wadis. A morphodynam...
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In the “Foussana Trough“, area of the Central Tunisia, a morphostructural ana lysis allowed the identification of structural discontinuities that mainly correspond to N-160- en- echelon normal faults. The organization of Quaternary deposits and the hydrographic network structure have been widely influenced by the relative movements of these faults....
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In the Kasserine basin, several meters thick deposits of Historic age are widespread along the Htab Wadi and its southern tributaries. In places, they cover Late Pleistocene to mid Holocene sediments and form also three terraces built inside the main late Pleistocene to mid Holocene terrace. The deposits of the three terraces are rich in 14C dateab...
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In the Kasserine basin, several meters thick deposits of Historic age are widespread along the Htab Wadi and its southern tributaries. In places, they cover Late Pleistocene to mid Holocene sediments and form also three terraces built inside the main late Pleistocene to mid Holocene terrace. The deposits of the three terraces are rich in 14C dateab...

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