The level of Lake Sevan continues to fall. As of August 24, it is 1900.65 m and is by 5 cm lower than the same day last year. This year the level of the lake reached its highest level of 1900.91 m as of June 8, then the level began to fall. It has already dropped by 26 cm. Reminder: according to expert calculations, each centimeter is 13 million cubic meters of water. It turns out that the lake has lost 338 million cubic meters of water since June 8.
Additional water intake from the lake continues these days. As of August 23, 181.012 million cubic meters of water were released from Sevan. 134,801 million cubic meters of water flowed into the lake through Arpa-Sevan tunnel.
August 24, 2021 at 19:22