The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers releases a new Great Lakes water level video series today.
‘On the Level’ will provide monthly information and updates about the Great Lakes’ water levels and forecasts from Detroit District Hydraulics and Hydrology experts.
“Our team is always looking for new ways to share information about the Great Lakes water levels and we are really looking forward to adding the ‘On the Level’ video series to our repertoire,” said district Great Lakes Watershed Hydrology Chief Keith Kompoltowicz. “We plan to share a wide variety of material and we hope folks will look forward to them every month.”
In addition to timely water levels updates, the videos will include special features like how to read Corps of Engineers water level forecast graphics, Lake Superior regulation and much more.
‘On the Level’ videos will be made available from the district’s website and YouTube page at: https://go.usa.gov/xFEWx and https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqtbMFyAaYYNkKS2wxdyBsDYSBQXP3HLq.
Editor’s Note: As part of the On the Level videos, we are recording responses to the top five Hydraulics and Hydrology related questions asked by the media. These will be uploaded to DVIDS monthly for media use. To access DVIDS, visit: https://www.dvidshub.net/unit/USACE-Detroit.
Release no. 21-022