Lake Cuga

Last DEIMS-SDR update: 20.02.2024


Lake Cuga (IT10-003-A) is located in the north-western part of Sardinia. The reservoir was built in 1965, but its first filling was in 1975. It lies at an altitude of 114 m a.s.l. and is extended for about 58 x 106 m2, with a maximum and average depth of 45 m and 11 m, respectively. It has a volume of 34 x 106 m3. The waters are used mainly for irrigation and drinking supplies. Cuga Lake is classified as eutrophic since the early years of its filling.

View of the dam and intake tower

Sampling activities in lake Cuga

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