5 datasets found

  • Tsunami Evacuation Zones

    Bay of Plenty Regional Council
    Tsunami Evacuation Zones of the Bay of Plenty Region
    Created 2 February 2022 Updated 5 March 2022
  • Bay of Plenty Tsunami Evacuation Zone

    Bay of Plenty Regional Council
    Updated in September 2016. The layer shows the Tsunami Evacuation Zone Level 2 and Level 3. Level 3 covers the area of coastline extending from the mouth of thw Waiora River west of Tauranga City to the mouth of the Maketu Estuary in the east. The rest of the areas in the BOP are level 2. Level 3 is based on high-resolution inundation modelling of a...
    Created 2 February 2022 Updated 5 March 2022
  • Bay of Plenty Tsunami Evacuation Zone

    Bay of Plenty Regional Council
    Updated in September 2016. The layer shows the Tsunami Evacuation Zone Level 2 and Level 3. Level 3 covers the area of coastline extending from the mouth of the Waiora River west of Tauranga City to the mouth of the Maketu Estuary in the east. The rest of the areas in the BOP are level 2. Level 3 is based on high-resolution inundation modelling of a...
    Created 9 January 2020 Updated 29 April 2020
  • Tsunami Map

    Tararua District Council
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    Created 13 August 2018 Updated 10 April 2020
  • Gisborne Tsunami Evacuation Zones

    Gisborne District Council
    Like much of New Zealand, the Gisborne-Tairāwhiti region faces a series of potential natural hazards such as flooding, landslides, earthquakes and tsunami. While we can sometimes have advanced warning of the storms that cause flooding and landslides. This is not the case for earthquakes and tsunami that can occur without warning. Gisborne District...
    Created 9 December 2019 Updated 3 March 2020
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