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Sustainable Expansion of Irrigated Agriculture and Horticulture in Northern Adelaide Corridor ED-17-01 Collection

University of South Australia
Dr John Awad (Principal investigator) Prof John Van Leeuwen (Principal investigator) Mr David Pezzaniti (Principal investigator)
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Brief description

These datasets are part of a collection involving experiments or data collected to develop an improved understanding of the qualities and quantities of established and potential new water resources (with blending and/or treatment) for the Northern Adelaide Plains (NAP) and further north to the Light River and horticultural practices.

Water samples were collected from the various water resources (recycled waters at the point of use, surface water, rooftop stormwater runoff) of the NAP and Northern Corridor to the Light River. A software tool (in Microsoft Excel) termed 'Irrigation water quality and quantity for covered crops' (or 'IW-QC2') was developed. The dataset and derived sub-models integrated into 'IW-QC2' tool were acquired through field sample collections, historic rainfall data, available water quality data accessed from various sources such as government agencies, water corporation, industry and associations, and through a landholder survey.

These datasets are provided by the University of South Australia (UniSA). All data in these datasets were collected as part of the Goyder Institute for Water Research, Project Number ED-17-01.

Data time period: 03 2017 to 31 03 2019

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  • Local : http://research.unisa.edu.au/collection/643793