Meanders and oxbow lakes on the Taieri River, New Zealand, May 1996.

Meanders and oxbow lakes on the Taieri River, New Zealand, May 1996.
3 4 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 26cm

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Oxbow lakes are formed when a river's wide meander is cut off. In Australia they are known as billabongs. Photograph from GNS Science of New Zealand (previously known as the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences).

© GNS Science / Science & Society Picture Library

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