Lake Kinneret drops below bottom 'red line' limit

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 14, 2011 15:17

 
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Lake Kinneret has dropped 15 centimeters since the beginning of August and has fallen below the bottom "red line" limit,  Army Radio reported.

The water level is 213 meters and 1 centimeter below acceptable levels, according to the report.

Some 700 million liters of water evaporate from Lake Kinneret every day.

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