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QLD Dept of Natural Resources and Mines, Groundwater Entitlements linked to bores and NGIS v4 28072014

Abstract

This dataset was derived by the Bioregional Assessment Programme. The parent datasets are identified in the Lineage field in this metadata statement. The processes undertaken to produce this derived dataset are described in the History field in this metadata statement.

The difference between QLD DNRM groundwater entitlements v3 and v4 is that all bore locations from the NGIS (lat/longs) have been added as well as bore depths and drilled depths.

This is because the source data from QLD had a lot of locations missing which leads to no elements/ assets in the Clarence Moreton region.

The difference between QLD DNRM groundwater entitlements v2 and v3 is that an additional column has been added, 'Asset Class' that aggregates the purpose of the licence into the set classes for the Asset Database. Also, when processing the surface water licences, groundwater licences were found and these have now been included in the groundwater licences instead.

The worksheet 'all data' is the original dataset obtained from DNRM:

This dataset is an extract from the QLD Dept of Natural Resource and Mines licensing data from the water management system. The dataset includes basic right (domestic & stock) licences as well as groundwater licences to take & use groundwater (e.g. irrigation, town supply etc). Groundwater licences can have an allocation as megalitres or a right to irrigate a certain number of hectares. There is no basic conversion to determine how many megalitres/hectare. The volume allocated for domestic and stock also varies based on the management area. This information can be found resource operations plan or water sharing rules.

http://www.nrm.qld.gov.au/water/management/water_sharing_rules/index.html

For licences that do not have a lat/long, property details are included. This could be tied to a cadastre layer.

The worksheet '1 Lic per bore' has been adapted from the original dataset.

'1 lic per bore' worksheet repeats the licence information against each bore it is assigned to. The lat/long in the worksheet is what DNRM have assigned to the licence; however, we can link the new 'hydroID' column to the NGIS to assign locations and depths to individual bores. Additional columns are also the number of bores per licence and the volume per bore (total entitlement / # bores).

What this means is you can either use the data per licence as an aggregate, or per bore. Per bore will help with assigning the aquifers extraction is occurring, but will be quite detailed. This dataset allows the user to assign the licence to individual bores without double counting the entitlement. Linking to the bores will also allow us to allocate a depth/ aquifer to the licence

Dataset History

The difference between QLD DNRM groundwater entitlements v3 and v4 is that all bore locations from the NGIS (lat/longs) have been added as well as bore depths and drilled depths.

This is because the source data from QLD had a lot of locations missing which leads to no elements/assets in the Clarence-Moreton bioregion.

The difference between QLD DNRM groundwater entitlements - v2 and v3 is that an additional column has been added, 'Asset Class' that aggregates the purpose of the licence into the set classes for the Asset Database.

Where purpose = domestic; or domestic & stock; or stock then it was classed as 'basic water right'. Where it is listed as both a domestic/stock and a licensed use such as irrigation, it was classed as a 'water access right.' All other take and use were classed as a 'water access right'.

Also, when processing the surface water licences, groundwater licences were found and these have now been included in the groundwater licences instead.

The worksheet '1 Lic per bore' has been adapted from the original dataset (extract from the QLD Dept of Natural Resource and Mines licensing data from the water management system).

'1 lic per bore' worksheet repeats the licence information against each bore it is assigned to. The lat/long in the worksheet is what DNRM have assigned to the licence; however, we can link the new 'hydroID' column to the NGIS to assign locations and depths to individual bores. Additional columns are also the number of bores per licence and the volume per bore (total entitlement / # bores).

What this means is you can either use the data per licence as an aggregate, or per bore. Per bore will help with assigning the aquifers extraction is occurring, but will be quite detailed. This dataset allows the user to assign the licence to individual bores without double counting the entitlement. Linking to the bores will also allow us to allocate a depth/ aquifer to the licence

Dataset Citation

Bioregional Assessment Programme (2014) QLD Dept of Natural Resources and Mines, Groundwater Entitlements linked to bores and NGIS v4 28072014. Bioregional Assessment Derived Dataset. Viewed 25 October 2017, http://data.bioregionalassessments.gov.au/dataset/b1ba5370-2c60-485f-9620-ddad39498999.

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Additional Info

Field Value
Title QLD Dept of Natural Resources and Mines, Groundwater Entitlements linked to bores and NGIS v4 28072014
Type Dataset
Language eng
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, (c) Commonwealth of Australia (Bioregional Assessment Programme http://www.bioregionalassessments.gov.au), (c) State of Queensland (Department of Natural Resources and Mines), (c) Commonwealth of Australia (Bureau of Meteorology)
Data Status completed
Update Frequency NONE
Landing Page https://data.gov.au/dataset/1978c717-d208-4223-9f20-a9a7539b1e5e
Date Published 2016-03-22
Date Updated 2017-10-25
Contact Point
Bioregional Assessment Programme
bioregionalassessments@bom.gov.au
Temporal Coverage N/A - N/A
Geospatial Coverage NONE
Jurisdiction Queensland
Data Portal data.gov.au
Publisher/Agency Bioregional Assessment Programme
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