Water Storage iPhone™ app
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The Bureau's Water Storage website gives you access to information for more than 250 publicly-owned water storages across Australia. That information is now available in the palm of your hand. Water storage levels and volumes can now be tracked for over 250 sites across the nation, with daily updates available for most of Australia's urban and rural water supply systems.
See current water levels by percentage or volume in megalitres (ML). Compare current levels to the previous calendar year. Tap to see the change from the previous day, week, month or year. Turn the device on its side for a full-screen graph, showing this year and last year. Touch to see values for any day of the year. Shake to refresh.
Add places of interest to your Favourites list. Tap any place for the full details.
From a nation-wide summary, select information on states and territories, cities and supply systems and individual water storages.
Find any place by typing the first few letters of its name.
General information about the application, including current version number and a link to this page.
Copyright and Creative Commons Information
The Water Storage iPhone app is copyright (c) 2010, Bureau of Meteorology.
Material in this app (including source code, water storage data, text, on-line graphs and logos) is subject to copyright. Please comply with the Copyright Notice and read the Disclaimer relating to use of the material.
This app includes the open source CorePlot and JSON frameworks. Most of the source code in the app is available under the terms of the BSD license. Get the source code and associated licence terms and restrictions from GitHub.
Use of data through the Water Storage app is subject to the terms and conditions of the supplying organisations. Under the Creative Commons licence, use the attribution specified when complying with licence conditions. For other suppliers, please contact them directly for permission to use their material.