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  • New Monitoring Stations to Keep Tabs on Churchill Flooding

    Photo courtesy Claudine Broomfield.

    The provincial government has put new monitoring stations in place in the wake of flash flooding that forced the evacuation of Mud Lake last spring.

    Seven new water level and climate monitoring stations have been activated in the Churchill River watershed according to government, and three new stations will be activated this coming summer.

    The stations will help to monitor water and ice levels with real-time information available online.

    Residents of Mud Lake and Happy Valley-Goose Bay are also playing a role in monitoring water levels, and the data collected will help to determine responses to possible floods, rising water levels and potential mitigation.

    www.mae.gov.nl.ca/lc_flood_warning.html.

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