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Algae red alert for Lake Cawndilla in Menindee Lakes system. ... 20 November 2018. A Red Alert level warning (high alert) for blue-green algae has been issued for Lake Cawndilla in the Menindee Lakes system, located in the Sunraysia region.
Blue-green algae Red Alert for Lake Wetherell Site 3, upstream from Menindee. ... 27 November 2019. A red alert level warning (high alert) for potentially toxic blue-green algae has been issued for Lake Wetherell Site 3 upstream from the Menindee Lakes.
09 September 2019. A red alert level warning (high alert) for potentially toxic blue-green algae has been issued for Lake Wetherell, upstream from Menindee. ... Lake Wetherell is located upstream from Menindee and water users should apply caution and
23 July 2019. A red alert level warning (high alert) for potentially toxic blue-green algae has been issued for Lake Wetherell, upstream from Menindee. ... Boiling the water will not remove algal toxins. Lake Wetherell is located upstream from Menindee
05 February 2018. WaterNSW has released figures confirming that evaporation and losses due to seepage consumed the majority of the water that made its way into the Menindee lakes system in ... Under a worst-case scenario of zero inflows, the WaterNSW
30 November 2018. A red alert level warning (high alert) for blue-green algae has been issued for Lakes Wetherell and Pamamaroo as well as Copi Hollow in the Menindee Lakes ... system, and for the Darling River at Menindee, all located in the Sunraysia
07 March 2018. WaterNSW is preparing to transfer water from Lake Tandure into Lake Wetherell as the Menindee lakes system total storage volume falls below 17% of capacity. ... Under a worst-case scenario of zero inflows, the WaterNSW operations plan
10 January 2019. Northern NSW river systems which feed the Barwon-Darling system and then Menindee lakes, can expect an average of approximately 4000 gigalitres (GL) of annual inflows according to ... In 2016-17 the flows from the northern rivers
Barwon-Darling system that could extend from Mungindi as far as the Menindee lakes. ... of the Menindee lakes system remain in place.
The Darling has all but ceased to flow from Walgett, and the Menindee lakes total storage is approaching just 21.6% of capacity. ... Under a worst-case scenario of zero inflows, the WaterNSW Operations Plan ensures the Menindee lakes would still provide