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  • Country case study: Morocco.
  • Morocco tops the 20 million mark
  • Four geomorphological studies of Morocco and the North-West Sahara
  • Contient les études suivantes: B. J. SMITH: A review of climatic geomorphology and Quaternary climatic change in the Northwest Sahara| An introduction to the landscape evolution of the Tafilalt region Southeast Morocco| P. A. WHITTEL
  • , Geomorphological history of an area of Southeast Morocco| Downstream pebble shape variations in a Wadi Tributary to the River Ziz, Southeast Morocco.
  • Ouarzazate : from a Remote French Military Post to a Provincial Capital in Today´s Morocco
  • Desert ; Inundation ; Morocco ; Myth ; Ouarzazate ; Road ; Tourism ; Water
  • A town emerging from a military camp, provincial capital in independent Morocco, impact of the Mansour ed-Dahbi Reservoir (near Ouarzazate), regional policy and tourist development, labour migration to Western Europe as a factor of development
  • Morocco and California: comparing environment and society
  • California ; Comparative study ; Cultural studies ; Economic indicators ; Environment ; Morocco ; Regional geography ; Social indicators ; Teaching of geography
  • Comparing physical, social and economic characteristics of Morocco and California becomes a case study in refuting environmental determinism and to appreciate cultural diversity. - (DWG)
  • “Road of the Kasbahs” - a Tourist Product in Southern Morocco
  • Architecture ; Morocco ; Tourism
  • Urban Governance and Urban Development in Tunisia and Morocco today
  • Governance ; Morocco ; Town planning ; Tunisia ; Urban area ; Urban development
  • Urban development in Tunisia showcase Tunis and the mega-project Lac de Tunis, urban crisis and urban governance in Morocco, reorganization urban planning in Morocco, large scale projects in Marrakech and Rabat (siehe MEYER (F.).Geographische
  • Mass Tourism and a Flood Hazard in the Desert. The End of Sustainability at Erg Chebbi in Southern Morocco ?
  • Communication network ; Desert ; Inundation ; Morocco ; Road ; Tourism ; Water
  • Linkages between energy, environment, and society in the High Atlas mountains of Morocco
  • Atlas ; Energy ; Energy consumption ; Environment ; Fertilizer ; Fuel ; Morocco ; Mountain ; Resource management ; Society-environment relationship ; Tribe
  • Regional economic disparities and population change in Morocco
  • The paper examines patterns of population change in Morocco for the decade 1971-1981. They do not mirror those which might have been expected in view of the national economic and spatial structure of this country. The differences are attributed
  • The shape of the barchan dunes of southern Morocco
  • Aeolian features ; Aeolian transport ; Barchan ; Dune ; Earth surface processes ; Model ; Morocco
  • The AA. present detailed shape measurements of several barchan dunes in southern Morocco, near Laâyoune. Using these data, they disprove the concept of shape invariance of barchan dunes of different sizes. A further objective is a detailed
  • Demographic change ; Emigration ; Morocco ; Mountain ; Overpopulation ; Rif ; Rural outmigration
  • Demographic evolution of one of Morocco's most densely populated regions, focusing on the role of emigration to nearby cities and to Algeria and Europe.―(DWG)
  • Effects of EC South enlargement: the case of Morocco
  • The mountain people of Northeastern Morocco: tribesmen or peasants?
  • Water Conflicts and the New Role of the State in Rural Morocco. The Example of the High Atlas Mountains
  • Labour migration ; Morocco ; Mountain ; Rural area ; Social segregation ; State ; Use conflict ; Water
  • Complexity, cultural theory and strategies for intervention in the High Atlas of Morocco
  • Atlas Mountains ; Development ; Man-environment relations ; Morocco ; Mountain ; Social theory ; Sustainable development
  • The geography of piracy: northern Morocco in the mid-nineteenth century
  • Gibraltar ; Historical geography ; Morocco ; Nineteenth Century ; Political geography ; Rif ; Trade
  • Weathering of a Quaternary glass-rich basalt in Bakrit, middle Atlas Mountains, Morocco. Comparison with a glass-poor basalt
  • Atlas ; Basalt ; Chemical alteration ; Clay mineral ; Geochemistry ; Lithology ; Micromorphology ; Mineralogy ; Morocco ; Quaternary ; Weathering
  • Sandstone weathering in the High Atlas, Morocco
  • Atlas Mountains ; Morocco ; Periglacial features ; Sandstone ; Sedimentary ; Semi-arid area ; Weathering
  • Kif in the Rif : a historical and ecological perspective on marijuana, markets, and manure in northern Morocco
  • Agricultural practice ; Drug ; Ecosystem ; Goats ; Morocco ; Mountain ; Rif ; Soil erosion