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Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater
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Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater

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The University of Ballarat projectthat federates groundwater data from disparate sources to assist groundwater researchers and help water managers make the correct choices for the sustainable use of a …

The University of Ballarat projectthat federates groundwater data from disparate sources to assist groundwater researchers and help water managers make the correct choices for the sustainable use of a precious resource is making significant progress.

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  • 1. Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater Peter Dahlhaus Andrew MacLeod Helen Thompson
  • 2. About the projectAn interoperable web-GIS that federates groundwater data fromdisparate sources to assist water managers make the correct choicesfor the sustainable use of a precious resource• Use high-speed broadband to: – Distribute groundwater bore data – Visualise groundwater data – Model groundwater systems on-the-fly
  • 3. Partners
  • 4. About the project• Design Methodology – Data resides with the data managers – Intuitive to use (e.g. Google Earth) – Allow data downloads (subject to data manager’s consent) – Link spatial data to original documents and images – Link spatial data to real time data (data loggers, webcams) – Capable of generating models on the fly – Allow users to add, edit or update data (subject to QA/QC) – Spatial data and models should be credible to the user
  • 5. www.vvg.org.au
  • 6. Bore data from 1884to present day
  • 7. Warning on dataaccuracy andcompleteness(disclaimer)
  • 8. Bores from 4differentdatabases
  • 9. Adjust layerGeology layer via WMS transparency
  • 10. Predictions of aquifertop, bottom and thickness Layer reordering
  • 11. Predictions of watertableelevation, depth towatertable, bore yield andgroundwater salinity
  • 12. Links tobore data
  • 13. Bore location & constructionAquifer parametersWaterlevel monitoringGroundwater chemistryBore lithologyStratigraphy Links to: • Photos • Documents • Maps & sections
  • 14. Groundwater chemistryWaterlevel monitoring
  • 15. What’s nextFuture developments• Groundwater bore graphics• Chemistry plots• Watertable animations• Cross sections of aquifers• Three-dimensional models of groundwater systems Link to video

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