Ploughing can both break up existing macropore channels and create new ones through the action of physically turning over blocks of soil
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The pathways that water takes through the landscape affects how rivers respond to rainfall. Human actions can influence these underground cavities and in some soil types the macropores can also be important routes for the loss of carbon from the soil.
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