Next H20

Project Info

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Project Description


A responsive web application built on Bootstrap and D3 libraries, reads through multiple crop and rainfall data available for all state's crop districts and provides a comparison analysis.


Data Story


Next H20 provides visualization of rainfall data available for all crop districts across all states. Thereby, educating the end-user in an informative way on the need for action to conserve water. This application can be used for training all age groups about the importance of water and its impact on our current environment.


Evidence of Work

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Team DataSets

City of Gold Coast - Business Water Local Study

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Water Corporation

Description of Use: Referenced the Water cycle information available for students education -https://www.watercorporation.com.au/home/education/students/the-water-cycle

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Farm performance and climate: Climate-adjusted productivity for broadacre cropping farms

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Crop data underpinning: Australia crop - 2018

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Crop data underpinning: Australian crop - 2017

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Crop data underpinning: Australian crop - 2016

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Crop data underpinning: Australian crop - 2015

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Queensland Annual Rainfall

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Registered recycled water schemes

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Challenges

Waterwise

How can we protect and preserve our water resources?

Go to Challenge | 22 teams have entered this challenge across all checkpoints that have passed.

Environment and Science Data

How might we use environment and science data to better engage with the community?

Go to Challenge | 19 teams have entered this challenge across all checkpoints that have passed.

Innovative ways to be efficient with water

Innovative ideas about water efficiency. Climate change means that we will have more unpredictable weather. Some of Australia is in drought and some areas have plenty of water. That changes each year. Water efficiency was a focus around the millennium drought. We want new, innovative and untapped ideas on ways to be efficient with water use. These ideas could include how we use water, how we can save water, how we waste water, how everyone can make a difference in using water wisely, water rules and ideas on saving water for the future.

Go to Challenge | 26 teams have entered this challenge across all checkpoints that have passed.

Water – From source to tap.

Ideas to engage upper primary and lower secondary school students (with advantages for community learning) in learning about the water cycle (source to tap). We want them to understand where water comes from (sources), the different types of water (drinking, recycled, classes of water), how and why it is treated (health), how we move it (infrastructure) and how we use it (drinking, cooking, commercially, fires, toilets, sanitation, washing, in the home). The ideas should highlight why water is so important for our survival. Ideas should be fun, interactive and educational. The engagement should be relevant to the Australian School Curriculum, adaptable to water organisations and schools around Australia and sustainable.

Go to Challenge | 19 teams have entered this challenge across all checkpoints that have passed.

Optimise energy and water resource planning

Optimise energy and water resource planning

Go to Challenge | 32 teams have entered this challenge across all checkpoints that have passed.

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