The hydrology information presented in the Northwest Water Tool (NWWT) is derived from hydrological modeling, and contains inherent uncertainty. The water supply information represents 30-year 'normal' or average conditions, and will generally be different from the hydrology measured or observed at any point in time. The short term water use and water license information for existing allocations is derived from digital data contained in government digital databases, and may not represent fully the information contained in individual water use approvals or water licenses.
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