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In the north of the province of East-Flanders, extending from some 30 km north-west of Ghent to north-west of Antwerp, and also along the river Scheldt, there are a lot of inland waters called "kreken" (creeks). They are the remains of consecutive dike ruptures, some of which go back to medieval...
The creeks and pools along the Scheldt are very important in terms of a great species diversity (table II). If measures would be taken to stop the proceeding, dramatic pollution of the Scheldt, recolonization of this river by organisms from the creeks may occur.
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