The Galilee Impact and Risk Analysis Database (Analysis Database) is a fit-for-purpose geospatial information system developed for the Impact and Risk Analysis (Component 3-4) products of the Bioregional Assessment Technical Programme (BATP). The Analysis Database brings together many of the data sets of the scientific disciplines of the Programme and includes modelling results from hydrogeology and hydrology, landscape classes and economic, sociocultural and ecological assets. These data sets are listed in the Data Register for each subregion and can be found on the Bioregional Assessments web site (http://www.bioregionalassessments.gov.au/).
An Analysis Database of common design and schema was implemented for each individual subregion where a full Impact and Risk Analysis was completed. To populate each database, input datasets were transformed, normalised and inserted into their respective Analysis Database in accord with the common design and schema. The approach enabled the universal treatment of data analysis across all bioregions despite data being of a different specification and origin.
The Analysis Database provided for this subregion is an exact replica of the original used for the assessment of the subregion with the exception that a few spatial data for individual Assets subject to restrictions have been removed before publication. The restrictions are typically for threatened species spatial data but occasionally, restrictive licencing conditions imposed by some custodians prevented publication of some data. The database is constructed using the Open Source platform PostgreSQL coupled with PostGIS. This technology was considered to better enable the provenance and transparency requirements of the Programme. The files provided here have been prepared using the PostgreSQL version 9.5 SQL Dump function - pg_dump.
A detailed description of the Analysis Database, its design, structure and application is provided in the supporting documentation: http://data.bioregionalassessments.gov.au/dataset/05e851cf-57a5-4127-948a-1b41732d538c
The Galilee Impact and Risk Analysis Database (Analysis Database) is the geospatial database for completing the Impact and Risk Analysis component of a Bioregional Assessment. This includes the creating of results, tables and maps that appear in the relevant Products of each assessment. The database also manages the data used by the BA Explorer.
An individual instance of the Analysis Database was developed for each subregion where a component 3-4 Impact and Risks Assessment was conducted. With the exception of the subregion-specific data contained within it and the removal of restricted data records, each analysis database is of identical design and structure.
This Analysis Database is an instance of PostgreSQL version 9.5 hosted on Linux Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 4.8.5-4. PostgreSQL geospatial capabilities are provided by POSTGIS version 2.2.
Data pre-processing and upload into each PostgreSQL database was completed using FME Desktop (Oracle Edition) version 2016.1.2.1. Analysis data and results are provided to users and systems via the geospatial services of Geoserver version 2.9.1. Scientific analysis and mapping was undertaken by connecting a range of data using a combination of Microsoft Excel, QGIS and ArcMap systems.
During the Programme and for its working life, the Analysis Database was hosted and managed on instances of Amazon Web Services managed by Geoscience Australia and the Bureau of Meteorology.
Bioregional Assessment Programme (2018) GAL Impact and Risk Analysis Database v01. Bioregional Assessment Derived Dataset. Viewed 12 December 2018, http://data.bioregionalassessments.gov.au/dataset/3dbb5380-2956-4f40-a535-cbdcda129045.
Derived From Galilee Drawdown Rasters
Derived From GAL SW Quantiles Interpolation for IMIA Database
Derived From SA Petroleum Production License Applications
Derived From Galilee tributary catchments
Derived From Springs of the Galilee subregion - Points Geometry
Derived From GAL Aquifer Formation Extents v01
Derived From Geofabric Surface Cartography - V2.1
Derived From SA Mineral and/or Opal Exploration Licenses
Derived From GAL Assessment Units 1000m 20160522 v01
Derived From Phanerozoic OZ SEEBASE v2 GIS
Derived From Bioregional Assessment areas v03
Derived From SA Petroleum Exploration Licences/Permits
Derived From Galilee Hydrological Response Variable (HRV) model
Derived From Asset list for Galilee - 20140605
Derived From Bioregional Assessment areas v01
Derived From Bioregional Assessment areas v02
Derived From Victoria - Seamless Geology 2014
Derived From Galilee groundwater numerical modelling AEM models
Derived From GAL Aquifer Formation Extents v02
Derived From Queensland wetland data version 3 - wetland areas.
Derived From Galilee surface water modelling nodes
Derived From China Stone Coal Project initial advice statement
Derived From National Surface Water sites Hydstra
Derived From Galilee model HRV receptors gdb
Derived From QLD Mining Claim 6/3/2013
Derived From Geofabric Surface Cartography - V2.1.1
Derived From GAL GW Quantile Interpolation 20161013
Derived From BA ALL Assessment Units 1000m Reference 20160516_v01
Derived From National Groundwater Information System (NGIS) v1.1
Derived From Birds Australia - Important Bird Areas (IBA) 2009
Derived From Gippsland Project boundary
Derived From Natural Resource Management (NRM) Regions 2010
Derived From Galilee drawdown grids
Derived From Ramsar Wetlands of Australia
Derived From Geological Provinces - Full Extent
Derived From GAL262 mine footprints
Derived From QLD Mining Lease 6/3/2013
Derived From National Heritage List Spatial Database (NHL) (v2.1)
Derived From Queensland groundwater dependent ecosystems
Derived From Node catchment for Galilee surface water modelling
Derived From Australia World Heritage Areas
Derived From Bioregional Assessment areas v06
Derived From SA Petroleum Exploration Licence/Permit Applications
Derived From Impact and Risk Analysis Database Documentation
Derived From SA Mining and Production Tenement Applications
Derived From Bioregional Assessment areas v04
Derived From GAL_IMIA234_FootprintsIMIA_20170525
Derived From QLD Exploration and Production Tenements (20140728)
Derived From QLD Current Exploration Permits for Coal 6/3/2013
Derived From GEODATA TOPO 250K Series 3
Derived From QLD Petroleum Leases 6/3/2013
Derived From Alpha Coal Project Environmental Impact Statement
Derived From Queensland petroleum exploration data - QPED
Derived From GAL ZOPHC Master layer 20170804
Derived From Bioregional Assessment areas v05
Derived From GAL AWRA-L Model v01
Derived From QLD Springs Dataset 2016
Derived From Galilee gauge contributing area
Derived From South Australia Petroleum Production Licenses
Derived From GAL Analysis boundaries 20161005 v01
Derived From QLD Mineral Development License 6/3/2013
Derived From QLD Springs Dataset 2016 v02