The water level in the Kakhovka Reservoir continues to decline
As of 08:00 am on June 11, the level of the Kakhovka reservoir near Nikopol is 9.35 meters . The water level has dropped by more than a meter over the past day, and by more than 7 meters since the explosion.
At the same time, the water level in the Dnipro River at the Kherson mark is 4.18 meters. Water has dropped by 0.54 meters over the day.
Due to a decrease in the reservoir's head (pressure) the average ebb tide is 4-5 centimeters per hour. However, the situation is difficult to predict and requires further monitoring.
Experts are working on best options to balance the power system and ensure that people have water.
After the Russians blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric power station the sections of the Dnipro River that feeds the North Crimean Canal have shown signs of shallowing