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L’influence des contraintes environnementales sur la distribution de la population française entre 1793 et 1999

Abstract : Population distribution is primarily the resultant of the interaction between environmental and historic components. The present work -- which questions the spatial variations and diachronic evolutions of these components -- is arranged around the hypothesis of an increase of the structuring part from the environment, as stated by H. Le Bras and M. Labbé in La planète au village (1998). This is tested based on the data from Des villages de Cassini aux communes d’aujourd’hui which gathers the population for 'communes' [administrative division] in metropolitan France on thirty-three censuses (1793-1999). The analysis is introduced by a historical synthesis to present gaps, biaises and methodologic changes.
Keywords : Density
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Mattia Bunel. L’influence des contraintes environnementales sur la distribution de la population française entre 1793 et 1999. Géographie. 2015. ⟨dumas-01242929⟩

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