Successful outcomes of the Secure Allocation, Future Entitlement (SAFE) project

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Successful outcomes of the Secure Allocation, Future Entitlement (SAFE) project.

Chris McAuley is the Principal Hydrogeologist with the Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria.  Over the past 3 years, Chris has led the National Water Commission funded Secure Allocation, Future Entitlement (SAFE) project.  The SAFE project has recommended a revised framework for management of Victoria’s groundwater resources, updated guidance on making groundwater resource share decisions and a program of transition to the revised framework.  The framework is comprised of 20 groundwater catchments in 5 groundwater basins.  The project was supported by 15 engagement workshops, twenty two separate technical and consultation reports, along with over 40 spatial data information products.  This included 3 dimensional (3D) mapping of the water bearing aquifers across the entire State.  The information outputs from the project are freely available.  Come along to find out more.

Come join us

Date: 13 November 2012

Time: 5:30pm meet and greet for a 6pm start

Location: GHD (8/180 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne)

No need to RSVP

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Successful outcomes of the SAFE project

 

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