Riparian Zones In Danger!

When Mark Twain ducked school to spend his lazy afternoons on a Mississippi riverbank, he may have thought his surroundings eternal. In the 1840s, how could anyone have dreamed otherwise, gazing along endless miles of gently babbling river? One hundred-sixty years later, neither Twain nor Huck Finn would believe how things have changed. A human onslaught has brought our riverbanks some heavy losses. Today, the riverbank–or to give it its broader, scientific and more modern name, the riparian zone–is an …

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