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Pima County Human-Environment Observatory (OHM)

Abstract : The territory observed by the OHM has been a “mining country” for more than a century since gold and copper exploitation started at the end of the XIXth century. It is also marked by the development of the Tucson metropolitan area due to the expansion of the air and space industry, of services and also due to the migration from other regions of the US of retirees wishing to enjoy the dry and sunny climate of the “sun corridor”. The socio-ecological issues covered by the OHM span across three different aspects, each with its own temporal and spatial scale. The first of these is at the local level and on a short contemporary time span; the OHM studies the controversy around the Rosemont mine project and how it polarizes the population and the authorities across the Pima County...
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François-Michel Le Tourneau. Pima County Human-Environment Observatory (OHM). 2021. ⟨hal-03424117⟩

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