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  1. Swamps can be low-lying (lakes overgrown with reeds and reeds and with a large amount of silt), high-lying (where you can walk, collect cranberries and cloudberries, and in which peat accumulates) and transitional. The very word “transitional” means that a swamp can move from one state to another. Since everything in nature is changeable, the swamp can gradually become overgrown, bushes will appear, then trees, vegetation will suck out and evaporate excess moisture and thus contribute to natural drainage. Of course, all this is not fast and climate changes are necessary first of all, since swamps are characteristic of those latitudes where the amount of precipitation exceeds evaporation. Moisture accumulates and does not allow the swamp to dry out. But the climate is also changing.�

    There is also a reverse process. At the site of deforestation, due to the lack of natural drainage of tree roots, the soil becomes swampy, characteristic mosses appear, first green, then sphagnum-the process of peat formation begins (this is when old plants do not decompose but are compressed and accumulated).�

    As for the figurative swamp, here everything is the same as in nature, in fact. If there are powerful personalities who evaporate the dampness like trees, then everything is fine. But if there is more figurative precipitation than they can figuratively evaporate, then the trees themselves will not be spiced. And the political climate here, of course, is like this – it contributes to the prosperity of the”swamps”.

  2. An ordinary swamp can simply be drained-roughly-ditches on the sides to divert water…

    “Swamp” conditional on the contrary, it is necessary to decorate and “shake up” bright personalities

  3. Can. To put it simply, a swamp is a waterlogged area of land, so it can dry out if for some reason it stops receiving moisture. When it dries up, it becomes just land with vegetation characteristic of this area.

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