1. There would be no loss of water in transferring water from the South Pool to the North, i.e. no seepage or thirsty vegetation.The rock picture above shows a shrinking South Pool. What's the data show for the North?
2. Pumping would occur during a low evaporation time of the year. It started August 1, at the height of summer heat.
3. Transferring water to the North Pool will raise its level five feet and dramatically reduce evaporation loss.
It will be interesting to see how much the North Pool rises from draining the South Pool.