The Riparian Zone refers to the vegetated region adjacent to surface water source.
It is a transitional region from the Aquatic environment to the Terrestrial environment, and because of this, it is subject to heavy flooding and leaching of minerals on a regular basis. The conditions under which riparian life thrive dependt on locality, and is usually only hindered by human influences such as heavy mineral deposits through waste water or riverbank alterations.

The significance of the Riparian Zone


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