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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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  1. cool987654321
    • 2 years ago
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    @SchoolSlacker im so sorry to trouble you again

  2. SchoolSlacker
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    No need for sorries

  3. cool987654321
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    thx

  4. SchoolSlacker
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    hmm

  5. SchoolSlacker
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    id the lowland where the original river was or after moved

  6. 142343
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    the land floods more, so it has more nutrients

  7. 142343
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    that my guess

  8. SchoolSlacker
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    Yes but for that will happen if the rerouted river goes to the lowlands

  9. cool987654321
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    makes senese thx anyway

  10. SchoolSlacker
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    and it will be opposite if it goes away from the low lands

  11. cool987654321
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    u do have a point

  12. SchoolSlacker
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    athe question does not make it clear if the new river is going away or to the lowlands

  13. cool987654321
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    its going to the lowlands sry about that

  14. SchoolSlacker
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    then @142343 is right

  15. SchoolSlacker
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    As i said no need for sorries

  16. cool987654321
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    o k thx both of u

  17. SchoolSlacker
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    No problemo's

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