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National Drainage Basins v1.1.3

Geoscience Australia
Stein, J.L. ; Hutchison, M.F. ; Stein, J.A.
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The National Catchment Database is a linked set of spatial layers and associated attribute tables describing key elements of the surface water hydrology of the Australian continent at a map scale of about 1:250,000. It is built upon the representation of surface drainage patterns provided by the GEODATA national 9 second Digital Elevation Model (DEM) Version 3 (ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society and Geoscience Australia, 2008). The stream network and catchment boundaries contained within the database form foundation elements of the Bureau of Meteorology's Australian Hydrological Geospatial Fabric (Geofabric), the spatial framework that underpins the Australian Water Resources Information System (AWRIS) (http://www.bom.gov.au/water/geofabric/index.shtml). This database adds additional environmental attributes not available through the AHGF. The National Drainage Basins delineate the entire catchment area of any outlet to the sea or inland sink based on the GEODATA 9 second DEM. Available in raster and vector formats.

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Issued: 2011

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168,-9 168,-44 96,-44 96,-9 168,-9

132,-26.5

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