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    • Aquifer storage and recovery - future directions for South Australia 

      Martin, Russell; Dillion, Peter (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) has the potential to utilise surface water resources, including urban stormwater runoff and treated wastewater that is largely wasted; thereby relieving the pressure on groundwater ...
    • The environmental weed risk of revegetation and forestry plants 

      Virtue, J. G.; Melland, R. L. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2003)
      Concerns have been raised about the environmental weed risk of non-indigenous plants promoted for broad scale revegetation and farm forestry purposes in South Australia (SA). Environmental weeds are plant species that ...
    • Estimating the impact of current farm dams development on the surface water resources of the Onkaparinga River Catchment 

      Teoh, Kim S. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2003)
      The Mt Lofty Ranges Water Resources Assessment Program is an initiative of the Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation. The purpose of the Program is to quantify and assess the condition of surface and ...
    • Eyre Peninsula water management geographic information system - NHT project no 974221 

      Martin, Russell; Evans, Scott (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      Groundwater is Eyre Peninsula's most precious resource and has become the sole source of reticulated water to meet potable and industrial demand. Water resources on Eyre Peninsula are scarce and fragile, particularly in ...
    • Hydrogeological report on water well monitoring in Aboriginal lands to May 2002 

      Dodds, A. R.; Sampson, Lloyd (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      Water well monitoring data from wells on Aboriginal lands (Pitjantjatjara, Yalata, Nepabunna and Oak Valley) are summarised for the period April 2001 to May 2002. This report also shows plots and analysis of all data for ...
    • Hydrogeology and drilling phase 1 for Scott Creek catchment 

      James-Smith, Julianne M.; Harrington, Glenn A. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      Scott Creek Catchment is the first of a number of catchments that will be used as case studies to investigate the sustainability of groundwater resources in the Mount Lofty Ranges over the next 45 years. This report provides ...
    • The @hydrogeology of the Barossa Basin, South Australia 

      Brown, Keith G. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      The Barossa Basin is a complex hydrogeological environment containing a sedimentary aquifer system surrounded and underlain by a dual porosity fractured rock aquifer. The hydraulic relationship between the fractured rock ...
    • McLaren Vale Prescribed Wells Area groundwater monitoring status report 2002 

      Clarke, Deborah S. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      South Australia's natural resources are fundamental to the economic and social wellbeing of the state. One of the state's most precious natural resources, water is a basic requirement of all living organisms and is one of ...
    • Musgrave Prescribed Wells Area groundwater monitoring status report 2002 

      Evans, Scott L. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      The Musgrave Prescribed Wells Area (PWA) is located around the township of Elliston on Eyre Peninsula. It covers an area of ~3595 km2 and comprises all the Hundreds of Colton, Talia, Tinline, Squire, Ward, Hudd, Kappawanta, ...
    • Noora Prescribed Wells Area groundwater monitoring status report 2002 

      Marsden, Zoe E. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      The Noora Prescribed Wells Area (PWA) lies over the deepest part of the Murray Basin in the far eastern boundary of South Australia (Fig. 1). It is bordered to the north by the River Murray, to the east by the South Australia ...
    • The Northern Adelaide Plains Leaky Wells project summary 1998 - 2003 

      Wilson, Tania (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      The Resource Assessment Branch of the Department of Water Land and Biodiversity Conservation (DWLBC) is currently undertaking the ‘Northern Adelaide Plains Prescribed Wells Area Well Investigation Project’ for ...
    • Northern Adelaide Plains Prescribed Wells Area groundwater monitoring status report 2002 

      Zulfic, Hajrudin (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      Prescribed Wells Area (PWA) was established in the early 1960s, in order to monitor groundwater levels and salinity (Fig. 1). The number of wells monitoring water levels, particularly in the Tertiary Aquifers (T1 and T2) ...
    • Review of Tertiary Gambier Limestone aquifer properties, lower South-East, South Australia 

      Mustafa, Saad; Lawson, Jeff S. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      Transmissivity and storage coefficients are important properties in the characterisation of aquifers. Transmissivities and storage coefficients have been calculated from aquifer test programs for all known wells from the ...
    • Saunders Creek catchment groundwater assessment 

      Zulfic, D.; Barnett, S. R. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      The Saunders Creek is a tributary catchment for the River Murray which generates ephemeral flows in very wet years. Concerns have been expressed at the construction of large dams in the headwaters of the catchment, and ...
    • South East Catchment Water Management Board groundwater monitoring status report 2002 

      Rammers, Natasha; Stadter, Fred (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      The South Australian Government, through the Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation (DWLCB) is responsible for the management of the State's groundwater resources. As a part of its role, the DWLCB monitors ...
    • Southern Basins Prescribed Wells Area groundwater monitoring status report 2002 

      Evans, Scott L. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      Lincoln on Eyre Peninsula. It covers an area of ~70 km2 and comprises all or parts of the Hundreds of Lincoln, Wanilla, Lake Wangary, Uley, Sleaford and Flinders. The boundaries of the area are presented on Figure 1. In ...
    • Water resource assessment of the TintinaraCoonalpyn Prescribed Wells Area 

      Barnett, Steve R. (Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservatio, Adelaide, SA, 2002)
      This report provides an overview of the water resources for the TintinaraCoonalpyn PWA (TCPWA) and includes: A general assessment of the groundwater resources for each of the aquifers in the PWA. A description (for both ...
    • Your wetland - hydrology guidelines ; River Murray, South Australia 

      Tucker, Prudence (Australian Landscape Trust, Renmark, SA, 2002)
      Your Wetland: Hydrology Guidelines is the first of three documents developed for managers of the wetlands that enrich the River Murray of South Australia. These documents consolidate the findings from research, monitoring ...