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Tarbela, Mangla dams’ water levels mount up

Staff ReportISLAMABAD: Tarbela and Mangla both dams’ water level is constantly mounting up as additional water coming into national water reservoirs, SAMAA reported on Tuesday.After constant inflow of additional water now Trabela Dam’s water level has mounted up 152 feet from dead level while Mangla Dam’s water level has gone up 160 feet from dead...

SAMAA | - Posted: Aug 16, 2011 | Last Updated: 10 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Aug 16, 2011 | Last Updated: 10 years ago
Tarbela, Mangla dams’ water levels mount up

Staff ReportISLAMABAD: Tarbela and Mangla both dams’ water level is constantly mounting up as additional water coming into national water reservoirs, SAMAA reported on Tuesday.After constant inflow of additional water now Trabela Dam’s water level has mounted up 152 feet from dead level while Mangla Dam’s water level has gone up 160 feet from dead level.According to Flood Forecasting Division, currently Tarbela Dam’s total water level is 1530.26 feet; inflow of water is 170,500 cusecs and outflow is 105,000 cusecs.Mangla Dam’s current water level is 1200.85 feet, inflow of water is 19,887 cusecs and outflow is 13,000 cusecs.Chashma Barrage’s current water inflow is 170,150 cusecs and out flow is 165,000; the water inflow at Kalabagh is 165,951 cusecs and outflow is 159,451 cusecs.In River Chanab at Marala, current water inflow is 52,629 cusecs and outflow is 34,806 cusecs while in River Kabul at Naushehra the water flow is 38,600 cusecs. SAMAA

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