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Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Water storage expands

Screen shot of Water Storage product
Screen shot of Water Storage product

The Bureau continues to expand the coverage of Water Storage, with data from a twentieth provider recently added.

Lake Awoonga in Queensland is the latest addition thanks to the support of the Gladstone Area Water Board. Water levels and stored volumes in Lake Awoonga are now available through the Water Storage webpage and iPhone app.

With a capacity of 662 gigalitres, Lake Awoonga was the largest publicly-owned storage not included in Water Storage. Its recent addition brings the total number of publicly-owned water storages reported on the website to 277. The Bureau is actively collaborating with other water storage operators to further increase the number of storages reported.

Water storage gives Australians access to harmonised, high-quality water information at a single site. It reports both current and historical water storage levels and volumes for storages across the nation as well as reporting aggregate totals for drainage divisions, major water supply systems, States, capital cities and the entire country. It allows comparisons between storage levels, and tracks changes over the previous year, month and week.

Read the fact sheet to find out more about the Bureau’s Water Storage product or use the Quick Guide to navigate the site.

Access the Water Storage


Friday, 30 March 2012

View of Lake Awoonga
View of Lake Awoonga

The Bureau continues to expand the coverage of Water Storage, with data from a twentieth provider recently added.

Read more about Lake Awoonga on Water Storage.


Thursday, 23 February 2012

A project bringing together State and Territory groundwater data to improve our collective understanding of this resource throughout Australia is underway. The National Groundwater Information System aims to build a nationally consistent groundwater information system to produce water information and products.

Read more about National Groundwater Information System.


Cover of the Experimental evaluation of the dynamic seasonal streamflow forecasting approach report
Experimental evaluation of the dynamic seasonal streamflow forecasting approach report

Is it possible to provide accurate and reliable seasonal streamflow forecasts using a dynamic hydrologic modelling approach?

Read more about New publication: dynamic modelling approach for streamflow forecasting.


A map showing the AWRA reporting regions
A map showing the AWRA reporting regions

Data and metadata for figures in the Australian Water Resources Assessment 2010 are now available for download. This is the first time such data have been made available for an Australian water resource assessment.

Read more about Behind the Australian Water Resources Assessment.


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