Coastal Erosion Extent (New Information 2016) Year 2065 - Highly Unlikely - 1%

The coastal erosion hazard assessment uses a probabilistic approach in determining the potential future shoreline position at 2065 and 2120 taking into account historic erosion trends, storm effects and backshore slope stability as well as the possible effects of sea level rise.  The range of values for each of these parameters was determine from a range of sources, including LiDAR survey, aerial photographs, field investigations, beach profile data, numerical modelling and expert engineering judgement.  A triangular probability distribution was assumed for each parameter and a monte-carlo technique was used to assess the likelihood of the combined influence of each parameter.

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Theme ["geospatial"]
Author HBRC_Data
Maintainer HBRC_Data
Source Created 2020-04-15T00:36:54.000Z
Source Modified 2020-04-15T00:37:52.000Z
Language English
Spatial {"type": "Polygon", "coordinates": [[[176.8826, -39.645], [176.9925, -39.645], [176.9925, -39.3342], [176.8826, -39.3342], [176.8826, -39.645]]]}
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Dataset metadata created 10 September 2021, last updated 10 September 2021