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Water Modelling-Modelled Data-Long-term average annual extraction limit (LTAAEL)-Lachlan

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Description Long-term average annual extraction limit (LTAAEL) is a regulatory limit set on annual water extractions from a river system. It ensures that average extractions over the long term are sustainable, and thus help prevent environmental degradation. In NSW these limits are defined by water sharing plans (WSPs). Every WSP outlines how the water in a river system will be shared over a 10-year period. They also define: • how LTAAEL compliance is to be assessed for each river system • what con
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Data Custodian NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water
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Security Classification UNOFFICIAL
Date Modified 2024-02-26T13:31:53.904406
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Publisher NSW Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water
Keyword WATER,WATER-Surface
Resource Type Dataset
Temporal coverage from 1895-01-01
Temporal coverage to 2022-06-30
Update Frequency Annual
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Purpose The data set provided contains flows at several gauges in each river system, as simulated by the annually extended LTAAEL model. Notwithstanding the model’s inherent limitations, these are a fair representation of those we would expect under WSP operation and development conditions. They can be compared with flows simulated by other key scenario models, such as annual permitted take (APT) model or without development (WOD) model.
Location non_geospatial
Language English
Licence Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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