Low water level damages reproduction of fish, considered vital for protection of water quality.
Sea of Galilee
The lack of rain has not been registered only at Lake Kinneret, but has also been felt in the Dead Sea region.
About 1 million tourists visit the Sea of Galilee every year, but a sharp drop in rainfall has caused the biblical lake's waters to recede.
The ordnance was probably discarded by Turkish troops as they fled from the British 100 years ago.
Fish and marine mammals are already moving north as sea temperature rises: 'We were astounded by the scale of ocean warming effects on entire ecosystems,' scientists write.
Plan that would have built desalination and water-purification plants suffered major delays due to planning errors and funding problems; state lays blame at local authorities' doorstep.
The effects of climate change have arrived sooner than expected, with the Sea of Galilee set to hit warning 'lower red line' by September.
If the Israeli water authorities' plans work out, Jordan will be using roughly twice as much Lake Kinneret water as Israel will.
Scholars had thought climate stress in the late Natufian period forced humans in the Levant to revert to nomadism. Evidently, not so.
Despite stormy weather, relatively little rain falling near Lake Kinneret, which is experiencing third-straight year of below-average rainfall.