Originally Posted by rslifkin
If this were in the St. Lawrence, that would make sense. But in the Welland Canal
, probably not. Most of the flow from Lake Erie to Ontario
goes through the Niagara River, not the Welland.
It doesn't matter that more volume flows through the Niagara River and over the Falls. What I'm talking about is velocity
. Have you ever sailed in 11 knots of tide?
And Lodesman, the distance between Locks 7 and 8 make it more likely that there would be increased underwater current
I'll be attending the IJC seminar on Friday and if I get a chance, I'll ask the Commissioner's perspective.