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Salisbury Stormwater Catchments
Polygon shapefile of catchment boundaries for stormwater harvesting schemes in Salisbury, South Australia
Geospatial Information Systems
Natural Resource Management
Urban Analysis and Development
Water Resources Engineering
Water Treatment Processes
Goyder Institute for Water Research
Digitised from 1 second DEM based watershed boundaries using a rule based method.
This study was supported by The Goyder Institute for Water Research. This is a Report of the Managed Aquifer Recharge and Stormwater Use Options (MARSUO) research project which is supported under the Raising National Water Standards Program through the National Water Commission, and by the Goyder Institute for Water Research, CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country Flagship Research Program, City of Salisbury, Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board and the former United Water International. Data were provided by South Australian Water Corporation, City of Salisbury, CSIRO, University of South Australia and Geoscience Australia.
CSIRO Data Licence
Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board (Australia), Allwater (Australia), City of Salisbury (Australia), CSIRO (Australia), Flinders University (Australia), Geoscience Australia (Australia), Goyder Institute for Water Research (Australia), National Water Commission (Australia), SA Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (Australia), SA Water (Australia), University of Adelaide (Australia), University of South Australia (Australia)
CSIRO (2014): Salisbury Stormwater Catchments. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection. 102.100.100/14634
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO Australia 2014.
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Research Projects Officer
1006.12 MARSUO Task 1 Public Health
Project entitled "Managed Aquifer Recharge and Stormwater Use Options Project". Investigated public health and environmental risks, impacts on pipes, public acceptance, and economics of a number of different options for using stormwater via managed aquifer recharge.
Catchment hazard identification
Spatial analysis of stormwater catchment land use for hazard identification and land use maximum risk assessment.
ESRI Arc GIS