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How could the rerouting of a river affect the surrounding lowland? the land no longer floods, so it has less nutrients the land floods more, so it has more nutrients the land becomes a lot dryer, so plants die the land becomes a lot wetter, so plants die

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    I think the main effect is "the land becomes a lot dryer, so plants die"

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