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Géohistoire d'une résurgence d'eaux troubles : les milieux humides urbains et les cités fluviales de la France du Nord (début XIXe - XXe siècle)

Abstract : Nowadays, a lot of urban protagonists are infatuated with rivers and alluvial wetlands, as many projects of patrimonial requalification show. They aim to intensify contacts between citydwellers and fluvial places, referring to many activities of urban societies developed in these areas until about the nineteenth century. Between both periods, where rivers and alluvial wetlands attract the urban attentions, there is an uncertain time in the urban history of the fluvial places. Urban protagonists often simplify it as a phase of decline and negligence, which allows them to justify their actual investment. This communication seeks to throw light on the recent and unexplored history of rivers and alluvial wetlands in city to confirm their best urban reintegration. The alluvial cities of Bassin parisien and north of France, especially Lille, Orleans and Amiens, reveal the complexity of the contemporary history of the urban water places.
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Sylvain Dournel, Magalie Franchomme, Bertrand Sajaloli. Géohistoire d'une résurgence d'eaux troubles : les milieux humides urbains et les cités fluviales de la France du Nord (début XIXe - XXe siècle). Revue du Nord. Collection Histoire (Hors série), Association Revue du Nord, 2011, 26, pp.169-187. ⟨hal-01017126⟩

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