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Any substance assimilated by living things that promote growth, including any number of organic or inorganic compounds (nitrogen and phosphorous are important examples) used by plants in primary production<ref>CoPraNet glossary [http://www.coastalpractice.net/glossary/index.htm]</ref>.  
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Location where a river separates in two or more reaches or branches. It is the opposite of a confluence <ref>Coastal Practice Network "CoPraNet": ICZM Glossary of Terms.  Available online [http://www.coastalpractice.net/glossary/index.htm www.coastalpractice.net/glossary/index.htm], consulted 24/07/2012. </ref>.  
 
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Huidige versie van 24 jul 2012 om 09:57

Definition of Bifucation:
Location where a river separates in two or more reaches or branches. It is the opposite of a confluence [1].
This is the common definition for Bifucation, other definitions can be discussed in the article

References

  1. Coastal Practice Network "CoPraNet": ICZM Glossary of Terms. Available online www.coastalpractice.net/glossary/index.htm, consulted 24/07/2012.