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In recent years, natural fibers have been increasingly employed in building materials, due to their proprieties for manufacturing low-cost, renewable, and eco-friendly composites. This study aimed to develop a biocomposite based on local materials: natural fibers and plaster. The natural fibers used are date palm fibers waste from Gabes oasis, Tunisia. In order to characterize these materials, many properties were investigated experimentally (i.e., size, thermal behavior, and microstructuraldoi:10.20937/rica.53541 fatcat:znjzstivbjaynfmzec6p5x2tpu