November sees Kinneret levels rise by 1 cm. as Dead Sea levels see slower decline

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December 2, 2014 12:25

 
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Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee) rose by 1 centimeter in November, the Israel Water Authority announced Tuesday. In comparison with last year, the lake went down 9 cm. in November 2013.

The Dead Sea's water levels continued to go down in the past month, but at a slower rate than last year. In November 2014, the sea's levels decreased by 5 cm., compared with a decrease of 8 cm. in November 2013.

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