The receptor register is a list of points in the landscape called receptors, where potential water-related impacts on assets are assessed in a bioregional assessment. The receptors are chosen to enable complete, representative and efficient assessment of impacts.
Hydrological impacts at receptors are estimated based on hydrological changes reported in product 2.6.1: surface water numerical modelling and product 2.6.2: groundwater numerical modelling. Ecological impacts at receptors are reported for assessments that develop receptor impact models described in product 2.7: receptor impact modelling. Both hydrological and ecological impacts are reported in product 3 and product 4: impact and risk analysis.
Development of the receptor register follows guidelines presented in the M03 Assigning receptors to water-dependent assets submethodology.
- Bioregional assessment methodology
- Compiling water-dependent assets
- Assigning receptors to water-dependent assets
- Developing a coal resource development pathway
- Developing the conceptual model of causal pathways
- Surface water modelling
- Groundwater modelling
- Propagating uncertainty through models
- Systematic analysis of water-related hazards associated with coal resource development
- Receptor impact modelling
- Assessment components
- Component 1: Contextual information
- Component 2: Model-data analysis
- Components 3 and 4: Impact and risk analysis
- Component 5: Outcome synthesis