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Water Information Conversion

Proposed Timeline

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  • Project launched

    February 2015
  • 1250 records processed

    June 2015
  • 2500 records processed

    June 2016
  • 3750 records processed

    June 2017
  • 5000 records processed

    June 2018
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Water Information Conversion

Wide ranging hard copy hydrogeological information from priority irrigation areas will be digitally captured and made available online to private sector investors and growers, vastly reducing the need for expensive water investigations in areas where comprehensive data already exists.

Other benefits of having extensive water information available include:

  • Streamlining processes and fewer delays collecting data
  • Less invasive on the land, with a reduced need to drill new bores
  • Reduction in lengthy monitoring periods and analysis
  • Reduction in development costs
  • Better planning for the design of road, rail and pipeline infrastructure

Related News

Related Publications

Title Date Project Type
Water for Food brochure 2016 Bonaparte Plains - Ord East Kimberley Expansion , Knowsley Agricultural Area Water Investigation , La Grange-West Canning Basin: Groundwater for Growing Opportunities , Water Information Conversion Water for Food
Projects Summary brochure 2016 Bonaparte Plains - Ord East Kimberley Expansion , Knowsley Agricultural Area Water Investigation , La Grange-West Canning Basin: Groundwater for Growing Opportunities , Water Information Conversion Water for Food
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