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    Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic SiteWater Level Management Update – April 13, 2016 Parks Canada's water management team continues to actively monitor water levels and flows, snow, and weather forecasts across the Trent-Severn Waterway. These factors are used to determine dam operations on a daily basis to mitigate flooding impacts as much as possible. For information regarding flood planning or protecting your home or property, please contact your local municipality. For more information regarding the flood status and what to expect in your area, please visit the website of your local conservation authority. These are Kawartha Conservation, Otonabee Region Conservation Authority, Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority, Lower Trent Conservation, Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority or, in all other areas of the Trent and Severn Watersheds, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. Haliburton and Northern Areas Burnt River system flows continue to decline. Lake levels will begin to level off and possibly increase over the next week. The Gull River system lakes remain over filled. The second peak on the Gull River is occurring and water levels are expected to remain high through Minden and in reservoir lakes. Water levels and flows are declining on the Nogies Creek, Mississagua River, Eels Creek and Jack Creek systems. Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough and Otonabee Water levels are equalizing across the Kawartha Lakes, and the Otonabee River flows are on a gradual decline. Rice Lake and Lower Trent Levels on Rice Lake are still increasing slowly. Water levels will remain high through the Lower Trent river reaches, specifically Percy Reach, Lower Hastings, and Lower Glen Ross. The decline in flows from the Crowe River will assist in reducing water levels downstream of Crowe Bay. Severn River Flows have been gradually increased out of Lake Simcoe as flows decline on the Black River. Log operations at the Lake St. John dam will begin this week.
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    Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic SiteFind below an important water levels notice from Kawartha Conservation: http://kawarthaconservation.com/watershed/flood-forecasting
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    Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic SiteFind below an important water levels notice from Otonabee Conservation: http://www.otonabee.com/flood-warning-update-april-13-2016/

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    Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic SiteFind below an important water levels notice from Kawartha Conservation:
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    Rideau Canal National Historic SiteWatershed Conditions Statement from Rideau Valley Conservation Authority
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    Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic SiteWater Level Management Update – April 11, 2016 Parks Canada's water management team continues to actively monitor water levels and flows, snow, and weather forecasts across the Trent-Severn Waterway. These factors are used to determine dam operations on a daily basis to mitigate flooding impacts as much as possible. For information regarding flood planning or protecting your home or property, please contact your local municipality. For more information regarding the flood status and what to expect in your area, please visit the website of your local conservation authority. These are Kawartha Conservation, Otonabee Region Conservation Authority, Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority, Lower Trent Conservation, Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority or, in all other areas of the Trent and Severn Watersheds, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. Haliburton and Northern Areas On the Burnt River system flows continue to decrease with reservoir lake levels continuing to decline being 83 % full. These decreases are expected to turn with additional snow melt and forecasted precipitation this week. Flows will remain high but will not likely approach the values seen in the previous two weeks. On the Gull River reservoir Lakes remain 104 % full . The second peak on the Gull River is occurring and water levels are expected to remain high through Minden. The forecasted precipitation and snow melt will keep the reservoir Lake levels at high levels and may increase water levels through Minden. Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough and Otonabee The Kawartha Lakes and the Otonabee River have peaked but may increase again with the ongoing precipitation. Levels and flows will remain high for the bulk of the week. Rice Lake and Lower Trent Levels on Rice Lake will continue to climb as will all the Lower Trent river reaches and specifically Percy Reach, Lower Hastings, and Lower Glen Ross. The peak flow on the Lower Trent will likely be seen this week. Severn River Flows have been gradually increased out of Lake Simcoe as flows decline on the Black River. Log operations at the Lake St. John dam will begin this week. Is your dam wide open? You may notice that not all dams you see are wide open, but Parks Canada is moving as much water downstream as possible. The dams on the system are not of uniform capacity and there are many factors to consider, such as limitations caused by infrastructure and other natural restrictions. In addition, it takes multiple days for water to move through the system, and upstream dam operations need to be coordinated with those downstream.
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    Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic SiteFlood Warning for Rice Lake and the Trent River - April 11, 2016 (Lower Trent Conservation)
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