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30. 2.8.4 Warragamba Reservoir (Lake Burragorang). 32. 3 Cyanobacteria species. 36. ... lake/reservoir and between lakes/reservoirs. Carlson’s chlorophyll-a Index describes the reservoirs as being in four possible states:.
where the rivulet enters Wo-ronora Lake, one of several Sydney’s drinking water supplysystem storages. ... The main surface waterway in the catchment is the Wara-tah Rivulet, which flows north and discharges into the Woro-nora Lake.
into Woronora Lake, one of Sydney’s water supply storage systems. Seventeen longwall panels.
taste and odour compounds.• Reduced resilience of aquatic ecosystems.• Potential destabilisation of lake ecosystems leading to tipping point in. ... or the mobilisation of nutrients from lake bed sediments.
The dam is located within land owned by the NSW Government and is managed by Lake Keepit State Park and State Water Corporation. ... 1.2.1 Conditions of approval. The Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts Approval for Keepit Dam