Metadata : Pumping Bores in the Northern Territory
Name: AS/NZS ISO 19115 Geographic Information - Metadata, ANZLIC Metadata Profile
Date Metadata Extracted: 2020-09-23
Date Metadata Last Updated: 2015-02-11
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ANZLIC Identifier: 0EC4F657ABA31312E050CD9B21445AE5
Title: Pumping Bores in the Northern Territory
Citation Date: 2014-01-01
Date Type: creation
Custodian: Department of Environment and Natural Resources
The Water Resources Division of Department of Land Resource Management (DLRM) carries out pumping tests on boreholes in order to determine optimum pumping rates and pump depths. They are also used to determine aquifer hydraulic parameters. This dataset lists all boreholes that have been pump tested or that have been used as observation bores in pump tests
- North Bounding Coordinate: -10
- South Bounding Coordinate: -26
- East Bounding Coordinate: 138
- West Bounding Coordinate: 129
Character Set: Latin 1
Maintenance and Update Frequency: continual
Data Currency Start Date: 1995-01-01
Data Currency End Date: 2014-12-01
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Lineage: Basic pump test data has been recorded in a register since the 1950's. Separate pump test books were kept at the Water Resources offices in Alice Springs and Darwin. Parts of that data were entered onto a spreadsheet in January 2014. Bore locations were obtained from the HYDSTRA database and the dataset was turned into a Shapefile. Information such as water quality and recommended pump rate were extracted manually from bore files using NRMaps.
Positional Accuracy: Before 1995 - the positional accuracy of sites is deemed low with a standard deviation of +/- 300 - 10 000 metres. A poor positional accuracy resulted from inconsistencies with the collection/storage of positional data and original mapping formats. Some of locational accuracy of these sites is being upgraded from poor to high with the use of GPS. From 1995 - the positional accuracy of sites is deemed high with a standard deviation of +/-3 - 10 metres with the use of GPS.
Attribute Accuracy: The accuracy of the sites attribute information is considered high and conforms to the Department Standards at time of capture.
Logical Consistency: Not Applicable.
Completeness: Continually updated and maintained.
Name Organisation Position Role Phone Fax Data Requests Officer Department of Environment and Natural Resources Geospatial Services Branch, Water Resources Division distributor firstname.lastname@example.org
Attribute Attribute Description Possible Code Code Description BOOK Field book number, books contains field observations DATE Date pump test started EC_uS_cm Electrical Conductivity of pumped water measured near end of test (microSiemens/cm) OBs Registered numbers of observation bores RATE_L_s Recommended or maximum (if no recommended) pumping rate (litres/second) STATION Registered Bore Number TEMP_DegC Temperature of pumped water measured near end of test(degrees centigrade) hasOB Yes if the pump bore has observation bore(s) isOB Yes if the bore is an observation bore pH pH of pumped water measured near end of test
Data only, no report or map available.
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