Margeride

Margeride

 

a plateau in France, in the southeastern part of the Massif Central. Elevation, to 1,554 m (Mount Randon). It is composed of crystalline rocks overlain by lavas. The surface of the top is plateau-like; the slopes are steep, particularly in the east. Mountain meadows and shrubbery are the main types of vegetation, and there are small areas of broad-leaved forest. Sheep are raised.

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Contract notice: Development of the local plan intermunicipal planning (plui) community of communes pays de saint-flour margeride.
Major organization : CC DU PAYS DE SAINT-FLOUR MARGERIDE
Goy (1981 et 1986) ; sur La Margeride, publications de Ph.
This type of episyenites was described by Cathelineau (1986) from Mortagne, Limousin, Escarpiere and Margeride in France and from Geres in Portugal.
Escondida en las faldas de las montanas de La Margeride, al borde del rio Allier, solo le daban relevancia las minas de antimonio, y estas distaban mas de cinco kilometros de la poblacion.
Press Officers (Bull): Anne-Marie Jourdain, Jean-Jacques Roulmann; BullSoft: Alain Margeride TeleManagement Forum: Hall 7, Stand 7130.
Contract notice: Signage Areas Of Activities Of The Community Of Communes Pays De Saint-Flour Margeride (Supplies And) Poses