Aziza Ghram Messedi

Aziza Ghram Messedi
Université de Tunis | ISGT · Département de Géographie

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Introduction
Aziza Ghram Messedi currently works at the Département de Géographie, Université de Tunis. Aziza does research in Geography, Geomorphologie and Cartography. She use Remote sesing (Satellite Image Processing) and GIS techniques. Their most recent publication is 'Contribution of Hyperspectral Images (Hyperion) and Spectroscopy for Mapping Soil’s Surface and Materials (Case of the Watershed of Oued Beni Zalten, the New Matmata, Tunisia)'.
Additional affiliations
December 2011 - present
Université de Tunis
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Phd in geography, specialty: Geomorphology, GIS and Remote sensing, Professor Assistant at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences of Tunis. Department of Geography, Member of the CGMED laboratory. President of the "Geomatics, Planning and Environment" master's commission

Publications

Publications (13)
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The presence of geoheritage of international value is the basis of any candidature as a UNESCO Global Geopark. Within the framework of the elaboration of a roadmap for the creation of a UNESCO Global Geopark in South-East Tunisia, a geological and geomorphological study was carried out. The selected geoheritage can be divided into two main families...
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In this paper, we quantify the water balance of Jessour at the scale of agricultural plots. Jessour (plural of Jesr) are ancestral hydro-agricultural systems in the Dahar plateau (southeastern Tunisia). They consist of small dams built across wadis and gullies, which retain rainwater and sediments, hence enabling cropping. Despite arid climate cond...
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Dans ce travail on s'est focalisé sur la mise en place d'une approche méthodologique pour la construction de la base de données de la carte morpho-pédologique. L'objectif est de montrer l'intérêt de cette méthode cartographique dans le contexte d'une recherche géomorphologique dans le domaine aride. En effet, les unités morpho-pédologiques correspo...
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Degradation in arid zone is reflected on the ground by the modification of the soil surface components. Several studies have investigated the mapping of the soil surface and components in drylands. A few studies are the outcome of ground-based observations, while others widely use multispectral remote sensing and calculating indices that are limite...
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The growth of the Mediterranean flood plains in France began during classical Antiquity. The fine-grained fluvial formations where accumulated during the Middle Age and the modern and contemporary periods. Using isotopic age dates, we are able to show that this trend goes on during the second part of the XXth century. Spatial planning must take thi...
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The growth of the Mediterranean flood plains in France began during classical Antiquity. The fine-grained fluvial formations where accumulated during the Middle Age and the modern and contemporary periods. Using isotopic age dates, we are able to show that this trend goes on during the second part of the XXth century. Spatial planning must take thi...

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