Thursday, 8 September 2011
International water accounting report
The Water Accounting Standards Board Office has reviewed relevant water accounting and reporting activities around the world. A report has been produced analysing opportunities to collaborate with similar bodies.
Read more about International water accounting review.
Geofabric stream network and catchment boundaries
The Geofabric identifies the spatial location, connections and relationships between hydrological features such as rivers, lakes, water storages and catchments. The forthcoming release of Geofabric Version 2.0 will feature several new products, including groundwater cartography, hydrology reporting catchments and hydrology reporting regions.
Read more about Geofabric update.
It's official – we have a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. These social media platforms will provide updates for people interested in learning more about the Bureau's work. At this stage, the social media platforms will not be used to distribute weather and warning information.
Read more about Find the Bureau on social media.
Water Storage iPhone app
Monday, 28 February 2011
National Water Market website
Weekly water market reports are now available on the National Water Market website. The reports present trade volume and price data for allocations and entitlements, assisting water traders and users to make more efficient business decisions.
The reports are generated using data compiled by the Bureau of Meteorology. The Bureau has worked closely with the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities and water authorities to develop the reports.
Read more about Weekly water market reports available.