Monthly Archives: August 2014

Water Management website & mobile app restored

We are pleased to announce that our water management website (water.sas.usace.army.mil) and our mobile app are now restored back to their fully functional capacity. On Aug. 8 multiple hardware failures prevented the website’s database from transmitting updates to the site … Continue reading

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Why is there so much fluctuation between the Thurmond & Stevens Creek dams?

Earlier this summer we asked readers what topics they want to read about on Balancing the Basin. Here’s one of many questions we received: “Why there is so much fluctuation of river levels between Thurmond dam and Stevens Creek dam?” … Continue reading

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Corps alerts lakeside property owners of impacts, consequences of cutting trees on public lands

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hartwell Lake Office is investigating and pursuing restitution for seven cases of major destruction to public lands surrounding Hartwell Lake. The destruction cases represent an unprecedented increase in property owners illegally removing trees and … Continue reading

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Hardware failures affect updates on Website, Mobile App

Many of you have noticed our Water Managers Page hasn’t refreshed with updated data since Aug. 8, (Friday). Hardware failures on multiple backend database servers have prevented data transmission to the publically accessible website. Our new mobile app is impacted … Continue reading

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Corps, SC biologists track sturgeon in Savannah River

Editors Note: This is the second in a series of articles to explain environmental monitoring efforts associated with the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP). This series will focus on the various monitoring activities that must take place before construction begins. … Continue reading

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New Mobile App! Lake information now in your pocket

Search no further than your pocket (or purse) to access real-time data on reservoir levels, rainfall, outflows, forecasts and other useful information on our lake projects and the Savannah River. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Savannah District announces the … Continue reading

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July rainfall above average at Russell; below average at Hartwell and Thurmond

Observed rainfall totals for July ranked above-average at the Russell sub-basin and below average at the Hartwell and Thurmond sub-basins. The Russell sub-basin received 106 percent of normal rainfall for the month recording 4.7 inches. The average July rainfall at … Continue reading

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