The analyte group to which the corresponding water chemistry chemical code/name combination belongs.
A code or concatenation of codes identifying the aquifer(s) in which a water well has been completed. See Aquifer Monitored Codes on the Code Definitions
Identifies the class (or type) of the well. A well may have multiple classes. See also Well or Monitoring Point Classification Codes on the Code Definitions
Chemical code identifying an analyte. See Chemical Codes on the Code Definitions page.
The date on which the water sample was collected for analysis.
Code identifying the group or agency who collected, or was responsible for, the collection of the record. Applies to Water Level, Salinity, Well Yield and Water Chemistry records.
See Data Source Codes on the Code Definitions page.
Describes the start and end of an interval in the well, measured in metres. Depending on the current view, this may relate to:
- Drilling method
- Construction casing and production zone
- Hydrostratigraphic samples
- Lithological samples
- Stratigraphic samples
- Water chemistry samples
- Water cut (construction).
A unique code indicating the method by which water was extracted from the well.
Code identifying the activity during which the measurement was recorded. Applies to Water Level, Salinity, Well Yield and Water Chemistry records.
See Measured During Codes on the Code Definitions page.
Name of the well, if available.
Also shown on the Water Chemistry tab as the name of the chemical (analyte) corresponding to the chemical code.
Code identifying one or more observation networks to which the well is associated, if applicable.
Unique code identifying the water well as an observation well, i.e. monitored for water levels. An observation well is associated with the relevant Obswell Network.
Not all water wells are observation wells.
Well construction permit number applicable to the drilling/contruction activity.
The Summary details show only the last permit number issued.
Available when multiple wells are found. Click to navigate to the details of the previous or next well.
Source/type of original sample, e.g. drill core, drill cuttings, rock outcrop or soil.
Code identifying the location where the sample was tested.
Unit of measure for the corresponding chemical code and name.
First component of the Unit Number is a unique number for the 100,000 map sheet on which a drillhole is located.
Second component of the Unit Number is a unique number identifying the drillhole on the 1:100,000 map sheet
Analysis result for the chemical identified by the corresponding chemical code and name.