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This collection page provides an overview of urban water data collections, activities and services within Research Data Australia. It also provides links to relevant organisations and contributors to urban water information and networks.

Research Context

Water is fundamental to quality of life, the environment and economic growth.

As Australian cities continue to grow and rainfall patterns are more uncertain, long term water security is a high priority that cannot be achieved by relying on rainfall alone. Securing safe and affordable urban water supplies is an ongoing and long-term objective.

Effective water management shapes our ability to survive and thrive in response to challenges such as urban expansion and climate change.

Urban water research and the development of scientific resources provides access to knowledge to protect and enhance sustainable environments at the local, national and global level.

The Urban Water collections in Research Data Australia include initiatives across Australian research organisations, public sector agencies, utilities and universities.

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