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What Is A Polder And Describe One way in which settlement and landuse from polders are different from other areas??

i am doing homework on polders and i need to know about the difference between settlement and landuse from polders.
Question asked by: KiwaxXx

Asked on: 29 Mar 2009

A polder is low-lying land that has been reclaimed and is protected by dikes; these were important for tactical and strategic reasons in the past and were essential also for countries like Holland where the low lying land was only made possible through such methods.
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Replied at: 05 Apr 2009
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