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High water brings mud to the Rhine floodplains
Whenever there is a flood, the water from the Rhine overflows the floodplain, transporting material through what is also called the alluvial plain. The flow of water slows down between trees and roots, and particles carried along in the water settle to the bottom. This is called sedimentation.
The soil of the Rhine floodplains grows
Plants benefit from the nutrient-rich new soil, but wet habitats slowly dry out. That is why preserving all kinds of floodplain habitats is an enormous, long-term challenge for nature conservancies.
Too much mud harms the Rhine floodplains
While plant growth benefits from the nutrient-rich new soil, wet habitats increasingly dry out. It is therefore an enormous challenge for nature conservation to ensure the preservation of all floodplain habitats in the long term.