Tag

water-quality

8 datasets
  • National Water Information System (NWIS)

    Offsite — NWIS supports the acquisition, processing, storage and dissemination of information about water quantity and quality collected at over 1.5 million sites around the U.S. As a long-term database and information delivery system, NWIS provides continual access to data collected over the last 100+ years, as well as real-time data on streamflow, etc. Additional facts available ...
  • NWIS

    Offsite — National scope of USGS water quality sample and laboratory result data and information obtained from the NWIS/NWISWeb systems (the data available is a subset of NWISWeb) and NAWQA Data Warehouse Additional facts from data.gov Dataset Summary Date Released: 10/01/2008 Date Updated: Ongoing Time Period: 1900-present Data.gov Data Category Type: Raw Data Catalog ...
  • Beachwatch and Harbourwatch Daily Bulletins from data.gov.au

    Free Download — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. Current predicted likelihood of pollution at Sydney’s ocean beaches and harbours.
  • Australian Water Resources Assessment 2000 Database from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 3.39MB dataset from data.gov.au. Database to support the Australian Water Resources Assessment 2000. The Resource Assessment was undertaken by the National Land and Water Resources Audit in partnership with all States and Territories. The assessment database contains attributes about the availability, use, allocation, sustainability and management of water. These ...
  • Daily River Reports (NSW) from data.gov.au

    Free Download — A 0.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. Data regarding state river water levels, flow, and storage. Updated every weekday. State wide reports and specific river reports for Barwon-Darling, Border Rivers, Gwydir, Hunter, Lachlan, Macquarie, Murray, Murrumbidgee, Namoi, North Coast, Sydney Metro and South Coast.
  • Downstream Cost Calculator Model and Data for 1996/97 or 2001 prices from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 879.00KB dataset from data.gov.au. This spreadsheet model is used to determine the downstream costs of salinity, turbidity, erosion and sedimentation to urban and industrial water users. It was produced by the Resource Economics Unit (REU) in Perth and further developed by URS Corporation natural resource management consultants and CSIRO Land and Water. It applies a ...
  • Mean annual deep drainage (mm / y) in the pre 1788 scenario from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 1.06MB dataset from data.gov.au. Definition:Mean annual deep drainage. This is the amount of water draining below the root zone.Interpretation:Significant deep drainage is confined to irrigation areas, and wet areas where rainfall exceeds potential evaporation at least for some months of the year: the southeast (including Tasmania), over the eastern ranges and in the ...
  • Mean annual deep drainage (mm / y) in the present day scenario from data.gov.au

    No Data — A 1.07MB dataset from data.gov.au. Definition:Mean annual deep drainage. This is the amount of water draining below the root zone.Interpretation:Significant deep drainage is confined to irrigation areas, and wet areas where rainfall exceeds potential evaporation at least for some months of the year: the southeast (including Tasmania), over the eastern ranges and in the ...