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Table 1 Characteristics of in-depth interview respondents and their households

From: Migration as one of several adaptation strategies for environmental limitations in Tunisia: evidence from El Faouar

NoCodeOasisGenderAge rangeEducationOccupationSize of arable area*/ % cultivated area
1.H63El FaouarF40–49primary educationat homelarge /25%
2.H68El FaouarFN/Dprimary educationat homemedium /30%
3.H70El FaouarM40–49not educatedagriculture, day labourerlarge
4.H73El FaouarMover 60N/Dretired / agriculturesmall
5.H81El FaouarM30–39primary educationagriculture, day labourerlarge /20%
6.H9SabriaMN/Dnot educatedday labourerN/D
7.H15SabriaF30–39secondaryat homesmall
8.H19SabriaFover 60not educatedat homesmall
9.H21SabriaM30–39university degreeunemployedsmall
10.H33SabriaM57not educatedagriculture, day labourersmall /50%
11.H121SabriaM30–39N/Dagriculturelarge
12.H12GhidmaM40–49secondarytechnician in agriculturesmall
13.H39GhidmaM50–59not educatedagriculture/ farmersmall
14.H43GhidmaF30–39university degreeat homelarge /43%
15.H45GhidmaM30–39secondarymilitarymedium /75%
16.H122GhidmaFover 60not educatedat homesmall
17.H123GhidmaM30–39university degreeagriculturemedium
  1. *small (below 1 ha), medium (1–4 ha), large (over 4 ha)