Water e-Journal

Water e-Journal

EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES

2018

2017

Vol 2 - Issue 1   Vol 2 - Issue 2   Vol 2 - Issue 3   Vol 2 - Issue 4 

2016

Vol 1 - Issue 1   Vol 1 - Issue 2   Vol 1 - Issue 3   Vol 1 - Issue 4

 

VOLUME 2 – ISSUE 3


  Water sample BETTER PRACTICE CATCHMENT WATER QUALITY PLANNING FOR AUSTRALIA
A perspective on the National Water Quality Management Strategy
B Bycroft
Despite the importance and prevalence of catchment-based water quality planning in Australia, many applications lack a consistently logical and systematic approach and are likely doomed to failure. Based on  ...
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  Potable Water Hydrant BUILDING A WATER RESILIENT TOWN
Integrated water cycle saves water at Googong
C H Wong, K Hurley, C Harris
In the 2000’s, Australia experienced the Millennium Drought which affects water supply of almost all major cities. In the midst of the drought, a new township was being planned near the inland city of Queanbeyan...
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  Northern Territory THE ROLE OF MANAGED AQUIFER RECHARGE IN DEVELOPING NORTHERN AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURE
Case studies to determine the economic feasibility
R Evans, L Lennon, G Hoxley, R Krake, D Yin Foo, C Schelfhout, J Simons
Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) is a commonly used technique in many countries to artificially increase the recharge rate over the wet season and hence increase the groundwater storage available during  ...
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  Analysis A NEW WAY TO MEASURE THE VALUE A COMPANY CREATES
Financial profit captures the value to the shareholder, while the Integrated Profit and Loss (IP&L) captures the value to society
F Pamminger, P Sukhdev, C Baldock
Critical to every company is knowing the value it creates. After all, isn’t that why a company exists? Historically, we have relied on traditional accounting profit and loss statements to measure performance ...
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  Groundwater GROUNDWATER ABSTRACTION IN THE ROPER REGION - NORTHERN TERRITORY
Developing the North – groundwater and agriculture
S MacFarlane, C Fairfield
When assessing the sustainability of water resources in the Roper region Tindall Limestone Aquifer (TLA), it is essential to balance the integrity of the environment, while maximising the potential of the ...
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  Murray River THE GOULBURN BROKEN WATER QUALITY STRATEGY 20 YEARS ON
Presenting outcomes of long term nutrient management in a large Victorian catchment
P Feehan, M Turner
The Goulburn Broken Water Quality Strategy (WQS) (GBREWQC, 1997) was originally developed in the mid-1990s. Strategy implementation was expected to occur over 20 years, finishing in 2016. Many ...
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  Water glass IS THE RISK MANAGEMENT PLAN GOING TO WORK?
Pillars for effective implementation
T Hasan
Poorly managed water supplies present a risk to the safety and aesthetic quality of drinking water. The greatest risk is from microbial contamination. In response to managing the risks and for protection ...
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  Deoxygenation site DEOXYGENATION OF COAL SEAM GAS PRODUCED ASSOCIATED WATER FOR MANAGED AQUIFER RECHARGE UTILISING MEMBRANE
TECHNOLOGY

A Practical Application of Gas-Transfer Membranes
B Murphy, K Yerrell
Analytical water quality is determined by measurement of a range of parameters; many of those parameters need to be determined following filtration to remove suspended matter and obtain a  ...
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  Water splash GETTING THE RIGHT RESULT
The importance of sample preparation
M Drikas, C Kapralos, E Kozlik, R Fabris
Analytical water quality is determined by measurement of a range of parameters; many of those parameters need to be determined following filtration to remove suspended matter and obtain a result for ...
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  Water meter YOU ARE MEASURING IT, BUT ARE YOU MANAGING IT?
The Role of Active Monitoring in Smart Metering
I Singh, G Hauber-Davidson
Water security and demand management are prominent issues whilst discussing Australia’s future. Smart metering has emerged as an integral tool in this regard. This paper argues that the true benefit ...
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