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

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@SchoolSlacker im so sorry to trouble you again
No need for sorries
thx

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Other answers:

hmm
id the lowland where the original river was or after moved
the land floods more, so it has more nutrients
that my guess
Yes but for that will happen if the rerouted river goes to the lowlands
makes senese thx anyway
and it will be opposite if it goes away from the low lands
u do have a point
athe question does not make it clear if the new river is going away or to the lowlands
its going to the lowlands sry about that
then @142343 is right
As i said no need for sorries
o k thx both of u
No problemo's

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