The Wheel of Water diagram enables display of a large amount of information in a simple, easy to read format.
Each “spoke” of the wheel represents an attribute (or indicator). The length and colour of the spoke reflects the quality of the attribute, after accounting for quality thresholds. Attributes (indicators) may be grouped according to over-arching “values”.
The Wheel of Water diagram may be prepared manually on a whiteboard as an interactive collaborative group exercise, provided as a pre-prepared graphic (as shown above) to display of information, or as an online tool to enable exploration of alternative limit setting scenarios. An example of the online version for the Takaka valley is here.
The online version may be customised to your particular needs upon request to Aqualinc Research Ltd.