Mapped Liquefaction - Sept 2010

Liquefaction mapping from aerial and satellite photos and site visit data following the Darfield Earthquake on 4 September2010, also incorporating data from external review comments. This data is intended to provide regional guidance for TLA land use planners in discriminating land where damaging liquefaction is unlikely from areas where geotechnical investigation is needed to assess liquefaction hazard. The areas are conservative in nature and should be used at an appropriate regional scale. They are not designed to be used at individual property scale. Data obtained from Environment Canterbury's Natural Hazards Research Platform Liquefaction study.

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Theme {geospatial}
Author Canterbury Regional Council
Maintainer ECan GISTeam
Maintainer Email ECan GISTeam
Source http://opendata.canterburymaps.govt.nz/datasets/a45c0790dcaf428994e20f568ad4a604_2
Created 2016-08-17T21:18:27.000Z
Date modified 2017-03-26T23:59:55.578Z
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Jurisdiction New Zealand
Language English
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Source Identifier http://opendata.canterburymaps.govt.nz/datasets/a45c0790dcaf428994e20f568ad4a604_2
Record created April 10, 2017, Last Updated October 24, 2017