The products on observation analysis, statistical analysis and interpolation describe the information necessary to better understand and model the areas where coal resource development is possible.
The products present analyses about the bioregion or subregion’s:
- hydrogeology and groundwater quality
- surface water hydrology and water quality
- surface water – groundwater interactions.
The products summarise water management for coal resource developments, required for numerical modelling of surface water and groundwater.
In addition, the products describe the nature, variation and uncertainty for datasets, and also provides advice on data gaps.
Relationship to other products
The products on observations analysis, statistical analysis and interpolation are part of a series of model-data analysis (Component 2) products, which describe the hydrological relationships between coal resource development and potentially impacted water resources and water-dependent assets in the subregion or bioregion. These inform impact and risk analysis (Component 3 and 4) products on the risks to and potential impacts on water resources and water-dependent assets, such as bores and habitats.
- Bioregional Assessment Program
- Lake Eyre Basin bioregion
- Northern Inland Catchments bioregion
- Clarence-Moreton bioregion
- Northern Sydney Basin bioregion
- Sydney Basin bioregion
- Gippsland Basin bioregion
- Indigenous assets
- Bioregional assessment methodology
- Compiling water-dependent assets
- Assigning receptors to water-dependent assets
- Developing a coal resource development pathway
- Developing the conceptual model of causal pathways
- Surface water modelling
- Groundwater modelling
- Propagating uncertainty through models
- Systematic analysis of water-related hazards associated with coal resource development
- Impacts and risks
- Assessment components
- Component 1: Contextual information
- Component 2: Model-data analysis
- Components 3 and 4: Impact and risk analysis
- Component 5: Outcome synthesis
- Geological and Bioregional Assessment Program
- Metadata and datasets