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Polder is a low-lying tract of land enclosed by embankments known as dikes, that forms an artificial hydrological entity.
Polder may also refer to:
- POLDER, an environmental satellite radiometer
People with the surname
- Dirk Polder (1919–2001), Dutch physicist
- Polder Model, the Dutch version of consensus policy in economics
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