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Water quality data of various water resources of the Northern Adelaide Plains/Corridor

University of South Australia
Dr John Awad (Principal investigator) Prof John Van Leeuwen (Owned by) Mr David Pezzaniti (Associated with) Dr Joanne Vanderzalm (Enriched by)
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John.VanLeeuwen@unisa.edu.au

Brief description

This dataset covers the pH, turbidity (NTU), conductivity (uS/cm), characters of natural organic compounds [as UV absorbance @ 254 nm (cm-1) and colour @ 456 nm (Hazen unit)], major anions and cations concentrations (mg/L) and nutrient concentrations [(nitrogen and phosphorus (mg/L)]. The dataset was acquired to develop an improved understanding of the qualities and quantities of established and potential new water resources in the NAP and north to the Light River for horticultural practices. Water samples were collected from various water resources [recycled waters at the point of use, surface water (Gawler and Light river), rooftop stormwater runoff] This dataset is provided by the University of South Australia (UniSA). All data of this dataset was collected as part of the Goyder Institute for Water Research project 'Project ED.17.01'
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Existing data was sourced from:
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The following software (and version) was used to generate or capture the data:
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Microsoft Office 365

The following instruments/equipment were used to generate or capture the data:
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EXO1 sonde with EXO Total Algae PC Smart Sensor (Xylem Analytics, Australia Lid) UV-120, MIOSTECH Instrucments WTW inoLab(r) Multi 9630 IDS ICP-MS

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Data time period: 03 2017 to 31 03 2019

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