Coastal Inundation Present Day - 1% AEP

The coastal inundation hazard is determined based on permanent and extreme inundation along the open coast for present day and for the years 2065 and 2120. Permanent inundation is defined as the result of a rise in sea level on the astronomic tidal processes, whereas extreme inundation is a result of storm effects in addition to the astronomic tide level changes.

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Field Value
Theme {geospatial}
Author Hawkes Bay Regional Council
Maintainer Hellen Munro
Maintainer Email Hellen Munro
Created 2016-07-27T01:12:14.000Z
Date modified 2016-12-06T22:08:52.000Z
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Dollars Saved
Jurisdiction New Zealand
Language English
Spatial {"type": "Polygon", "coordinates": [[[176.851, -39.6455], [177.0112, -39.6455], [177.0112, -39.3332], [176.851, -39.3332], [176.851, -39.6455]]]}
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Record created August 29, 2017, Last Updated September 19, 2017