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Définition Désert Futura Planète.
L'homme, principal acteur de la désertification. Lire la suite: Définition Marée noire Futura Planète. À voir aussi.: gazelles du desert. histoire du desert. avancement du desert. araignee du desert. animaux du desert. temperature desert la nuit. chaine alimentaire desert. fonds ecran desert.
Desert Definition of Desert by Merriam-Webster.
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Désert Wikipédia.
ISBN 978-0-521-61310-1, OCLC 688385740, p. PDF Peter Meisen, Oliver Pocher, A Study of Very Large Solar Desert Systems with the Requirements and Benefits to those Nations Having High Solar Irradiation Potenial, juillet 2006. Allan Degen, Ecophysiology of small desert mammals, Berlin, Springer, coll.
DESERT meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
an area, often covered with sand or rocks, where there is very little rain and not many plants.: They were lost in the desert for nine days. We had to cross a large area of arid, featureless desert. the desert sun.
Desert Wikipedia.
The smooth flat surfaces of playas have been used for attempted vehicle speed records at Black Rock Desert and Bonneville Speedway and the United States Air Force uses Rogers Dry Lake in the Mojave Desert as runways for aircraft and the space shuttle.
désert Wiktionnaire.
Vocabulaire apparenté par le sens modifier le wikicode. Le thésaurus désert en français Traductions modifier le wikicode. Zone aride dépourvue de végétation. Allemand: Wüste de féminin. Anglais: desert en; wasteland en. Basque: basamortu eu, desertu eu. Catalan: desert ca. Croate: pustinja hr.

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