The report noted that a contributing factor to the precipitous rise has been heavy rain falls over the past two years.
Pottery unearthed in the area reveals a mixture of Canaanite, Phoenician and even Cypriot influences.
Moreover, twelve seismic monitoring stations were installed in different parts of the Kinneret which registered all the minor earthquakes that occurred in the span of a year.
The last time two years were recorded with rainfall at this high of a level above average was from 1986-1988.
ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS: If the water crosses the "upper red line," it might cause flooding in the surrounding city of Tiberias and infrastructure.