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South East Queensland Domestic Water Usage Collection (1st Autumn 2012 Read)

Griffith University
Dr Cara Beal (Aggregated by, Owned by) Professor Rodney Stewart (Aggregated by, Owned by)
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This collection contains high resolution domestic water usage data captured over a 2 week period in Autumn 2012. This data was compiled from a network of remote sensors (approximately 300 data loggers) situated at domestic residences in the South East Queensland corridor. These data loggers record very small volumes of water at 5 second intervals. End use data analysis can be conducted using a specialist software program that can identify water use patterns of specific end uses such as toilets, dishwashers and showers.

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