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English: The Divide Cut on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway, under construction in the early 1980s. This 39-mile (63 km) cut opened a navigation channel between the Tennessee River system and the Tombigbee River system and provided a waterborne freight channel between the Tennessee River and the Gulf of Mexico. The channel was opened in 1985.
Français : travaux, au début des années 1980, de creusement d’un canal de 63 km reliant deux bassins versants (ceux des fleuves Tennessee et Tombigbee) et ouvrant l’accès du fret du Fleuve Tenessee au Golfe du Mexique. Ce canal a été ouvert en 1985. Il a constitué un facteur de fragmentation écologique supplémentaire, tout en favorisant la circulation d’espèces invasives entre des bassins versants qui n’étaient pas reliés
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LocationNorthern Mississippi, USA

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