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Riparian buffer The term 'Riparian buffer ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' A strip of vegetation along the bank of a body of water which slows the rate of flow of runoff from adjoining uplands, causing sediment and other materials to fall out onto the land before the runoff enters and pollutes the body of water'.
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