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  1. An environmental reaction to change that occurs at multiple levels to multiple objects, and can induce a chain reaction of responses to a single initial change

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  2. The reaction to a change at multiple, and possibly unforeseen, levels

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  3. This could include a chain reaction of responses to a single initial change, resulting in a complex set of results, which in turn, could lead to more, and again possibly unforeseen, change

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  4. Succinctly, it is akin to the butterfly effect: one small event (change) can cascade through a given system creating new agents of change, and operating at several levels

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  5. in most commonly used in fluvial geomorphology, or the study of river systems and changes within those systems

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