Australia Weather: Murray–Darling Basin Water Information Portal

Murray–darling basin water information portal

Bureau of Meteorology published this video item, entitled “Murray–Darling Basin Water Information Portal” – below is their description.

The Murray–Darling Basin Water Information Portal (MDB WIP) centralises Basin water information in one handy location, where you’ll find information about water availability, allocation volumes, water take and water trade, along with weather and climate data for the Basin.

The Bureau is taking a community-led approach to designing the portal, which will be rolled out in stages with 5 major versions released over 3 years. We want Basin communities and water users to help shape future versions by telling us what additional information they need.

Visit the MDB WIP and give your feedback here: http://ow.ly/cViL50FmowC

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