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VALENCE ET LE DETOURNEMENT DU TURIA : UNE REUSSITE INCOMPLETE

Abstract : After the disastrous 1957 flood of the rio Turia, the municipality of Valencia diverted the river by creating a new watercourse by pathing the city southwards. This considerable investment, which gave a new orientation to the spatial development of the city, had a negative impact on the suburban market- gardening huerta and on its irrigation networks. It had on the other hand a positive effect through the impact on the city’s communication network and through the development of the former river bed into recreation grounds.
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Roland Courtot. VALENCE ET LE DETOURNEMENT DU TURIA : UNE REUSSITE INCOMPLETE. Revue d'Analyse Spatiale Quantitative et Appliquée, Université de Nice, 1996, Géomprphologie, risques naturels et aménagement (Mélanges d'articles offerts en hommage à Maurice JULIAN), pp.217-223. ⟨hal-03084169⟩

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