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Rivers can suddenly change course – scientists used 50 years of satellite images to learn where and how it happens

By Vamsi Ganti, Assistant Professor of Geography, University of California Santa Barbara
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Millions of people around the world live on river deltas and are vulnerable when those rivers shift direction. A new study shows why and where these events, called avulsions, happen.The Conversation

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