The dataset was derived by the Bioregional Assessment Programme from multiple source datasets. The source datasets are identified in the Lineage field in this metadata statement. The processes undertaken to produce this derived dataset are described in the History field in this metadata statement.
The aim of this dataset was to be able to map each surface water works with the volumetric entitlement without double counting the volume and to aggregate/ disaggregate the data depending on the final use.
This has been clipped to the Gloucester PAE.
Share component/ entitlement information was stored in the SW_Gloucester_COMBINED_v4.csv worksheet
Total volume of share component/ entitlement is 10,786ML
The works and share/component information was joined using Access, linking the CWlicence to the WAorCA_link. This links the volumetric entitlement to the works location.
This link also created share components that had a 0 entitlement which are licences that have been converted to unbundled licences in the new Water Act
By filtering out the 0 entitlement, the number of works linked to a share/component or entitlement with a specified volume was 212 with a total of 10,786ML. Worksheet FilteredIndividualSWLicences
Where there was more than one works per licence, an additional column was add COUNT_CWLICENSE. This shows where the share component/ entitlement is double counted as it is matched to each work with the full allocation.
An additional column was added SHARE_PER_WORKS which divides the share component/ entitlement by the number of works to give an allocation per works.
The SHARE_PER_WORKS column allows you to plot the works with the share component in ArcGIS without double counting the allocation.
A glossary of terms used ini the water licensing is included here: http://registers.water.nsw.gov.au/wma/Glossary.jsp
An additional worksheet was added to aggregate the data into Water Sources and Management Zones. The Water Sources and Management Zones were provided by NSW Office of Water
The Avon River does not have management zones. Therefore data can only be viewed for the water source.
All other works can be aggregated to the Water Source, or the management zone depending on how you want to aggregate or disaggregate the data.
CWLICENSE: works licence number
COUNT_CWLICENSE: Where there was more than one works per licence
SHARE_PER_WORKS: Share component divided by number of works to ensure no double counting
STATUS_DES: Status description as active, current, cancelled
LICENCE_iS: licensed issued date
LICENCE_LO: licence lodged date
LICENCE_P: Licence purpose eg. stock and domestic, town supply, irrigation
WORK_TYPE: pump, excavation etc
WORK_TYPE_: diversion or storage
MAJOR_CATC: major surface water catchement
NAME_OF_TH: water sharing plan the licence belongs to
WATER_SHAR: water sharing plan the licence belongs to
WATER_SOUR: water source
MANAGEMENT: management zone
WSP_STATUS: Status of the water sharing plan
START_DATE: Start date of the water sharing plan
END_DATE: end date of the water sharing plan
LICENSEorAPPROVAL: licence or approval number
Status: Cancelled or current (or blank)
ShareC: Share component attached to the licence
WAorCAlink:a combined water supply works / water use approval
LINKED_TO_AL:This is the identification number for an access licence which is shown on the licence certificate or on a search printout of the licence obtained from the access licence register run by Land and Property Information.
Bioregional Assessment Programme (XXXX) NSW Office of Water SW licences - Gloucester PAE v2 21022014. Bioregional Assessment Derived Dataset. Viewed 14 June 2016, http://data.bioregionalassessments.gov.au/dataset/f0a75a2b-233f-40a4-82cb-1929f2bee8c6.
Derived From Bioregional Assessment areas v02
Derived From Australian Coal Basins
Derived From Natural Resource Management (NRM) Regions 2010
Derived From Bioregional Assessment areas v01
Derived From Geofabric Hydrology Reporting Catchments - V2.1
Derived From GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3
Derived From Australian Geological Provinces, v02
Derived From Gloucester Coal Basin
Derived From Geological Provinces - Full Extent
Derived From GLO Preliminary Assessment Extent
Derived From Mean Annual Climate Data of Australia 1981 to 2012