Environment Southland Groundwater Management Zones (RWP 2010)

Groundwater zones effectively encompass separate groundwater systems and are utilised as a framework for monitoring, investigation and management of groundwater resources in the Southland region. These groundwater zones are classified into four basic aquifer types which aggregate spatially separate aquifer systems on the basis of similarities in hydrogeology, geomorphology, groundwater - surface water interaction and observed variations in groundwater quality and levels. Individual zones are delineated on the basis of surface water catchments, known geological unit and aquifer extents, hydrogeological properties and resource development.

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Theme ["geospatial"]
Author Environment Southland
Maintainer Ingrid Darragh
Maintainer Email Ingrid Darragh
Source http://data-esgis.opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/995d434776764ef581f1012c8e344c25_10
Created 2018-06-13T04:36:15.000Z
Date modified 2018-11-20T03:50:57.670Z
Language English
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Record created November 5, 2018, Last Updated March 5, 2019