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Braided Rivers

Photo: Ron Mader, Aotearoa New Zealand (Some rights reserved)

Braided Rivers = Network of river channels separated by small, and often temporary, islands called braid bars or, in British usage, aits or eyots

Elsewhere on the Web
Rewilding Project – Stuff – The Rewilding Project: Aotearoa New Zealand’s internationally significant braided rivers have been systematically strangled, leaving behind a network of zombie rivers. As climate change presents new challenges, a new movement seeks to end the long-running war on our rivers.

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Denali National Park
East Fork River

Wikipedia
Braided river

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