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Distinguish betwe

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1. Bhangar soils consist of older alluvium soil.




1. They are newer, younger deposits of floodplains.






2. These plains fall at higher elevation of floodplains.




2. They are at lower elevations.






3. This belt of northern plains ends in Tarai region.




3. They are the areas between the Ghaggar river and Saraswati river.






4. They are less prone to flooding but are usually sandier and less fertile.




4. They are prone to flooding and are often very fertile.






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