104 datasets found

  • Natural Hazards - Liquefaction

    Bay of Plenty Regional Council
    Modified from vector.GIS.NaturalHazard_Liquefaction. Polygons were dissolved by LiquefactionVulnerabilityCategory to improve online perfomance. Last updated 20/10/2021. Check the master layer to see if there is any update. This layer is used in BOPRC online applications and open data. To provide BOPRC with a region-wide liquefaction vulnerability...
    Created 2 December 2021 Updated 2 December 2021
  • WCC Ecological Sites

    Wellington City Council
    This dataset is a combination of bush remanents and areas of high ecological value. These areas are based on criteria that assess: Representativeness (the characteristic natural vegetation and habitats of an area, including consideration of size, naturalness, diversity and pattern)Rarity (species that are unusual or rare in a local, regional or...
    Created 11 November 2020 Updated 11 September 2021
  • WCC Tree Canopy Heights

    Wellington City Council
    This dataset provides boundaries for trees in Wellington, New Zealand. The area for which tree cover boundaries are provided corresponds to the area covered by the city's Green Network Plan. Tree cover is a 2D representation of the outline of a tree which has been classified from LINZ aerial imagery (acquired in the summer of 2016-17) and lidar data...
    Created 11 September 2021 Updated 11 September 2021
  • Town Belt Act 2016 - Town Belt Only

    Wellington City Council
    The current Town Belt, is all the land described in Schedule 3 of the Town Belt Act 2016.This item has been created to be used in WCC's Open Data Portal.
    Created 11 September 2021 Updated 11 September 2021
  • WCC Kerbs

    Wellington City Council
    Lines representing kerb lines, edge of seal and traffic islands over urban Wellington including Makara Beach and Makara Village. Captured in 1996 and updated in 1998, 1999, 2002, 2006, 2009, 2011 and 2012 in conjunction with aerial photography refly projects.This item has been created to be used in WCC's Open Data Portal.
    Created 11 November 2020 Updated 11 September 2021
  • Southland Liquefaction Risk (2006/2012)

    Environment Southland
    The awareness of liquefaction has increased markedly since the Christchurch earthquakes.  It is basically an earthquake related process of turning a solid soil into a liquid and weaker state.  It is most likely to occur in saturated sands and silts. Related to liquefaction is a process called lateral spreading, whereby land moves towards lower areas...
    Created 11 November 2020 Updated 10 September 2021
  • CMA Landward Boundaries for key Southland rivers

    Environment Southland
    Coastal Marine Area Landward Boundary points at key Southland rivers.The boundary between the Southland Coastal Plan and the Southland Water and Land Plan determines where the jurisdiction of one plan ends and the other starts, this is called the Coastal Marine Area (CMA) Landward Boundary.  The ‘Southland Region Agreement for the Positions of River...
    Created 10 September 2021 Updated 10 September 2021
  • Invercargill Airshed

    Environment Southland
    Invercargill Airshed Boundary For information about Southland's air quality visit Breathe Easy Southland - http://www.breatheeasysouthland.co.nz/
    Created 11 November 2020 Updated 10 September 2021
  • Southland Tertiary Aquifer Zones

    Environment Southland
    Tertiary aquifers are those that occur in older Tertiary age sedimentary deposits (between 66 and 2.6 million years old). Geological reports, maps, and borelogs have been used to identify discreet aquifer units within the Tertiary age geological formations that exist in Southland. These formations consist of a combination of terrestrial, intertidal and...
    Created 10 September 2021 Updated 10 September 2021
  • Southland Community Catchment Groups

    Environment Southland
    Farmer led community catchment groups have evolved in Southland over the last few years. They have a general purpose of increasing awareness and understanding of water quality issues and environmental policy changes through community engagement and information transfer. While each group is different, it is not a ‘one size fits all’ model, and they have...
    Created 10 September 2021 Updated 10 September 2021
  • Southland Winter Forage 2017

    Environment Southland
    How this dataset was created   A.  A series of 31 satellite images was acquired between February and October 2017. These were from Sentinel-2A and -2B and Landsat-8. Each image was cloud-masked and then classified separately into land cover classes.   B.  A rule-set was used to draw together evidence from the time-series of 31 per-pixel land cover...
    Created 11 November 2020 Updated 10 September 2021
  • Southland Flood Control and Drainage Management Bylaw 2020

    Environment Southland
    Floodway means an area managed by Environment Southland that has the effect or is intended to have the effect of regulating or controlling the flow or spread of flood water. Floodway areas are included in this layer, and in Appendix 2 of the bylaw.  The areas are indicative, they are defined more precisely in the bylaw. The Southland Flood Control and...
    Created 11 November 2020 Updated 10 September 2021
  • Southland Significant Floodplains

    Environment Southland
    Within the floodplain areas, the likelihood of flooding varies considerably depending on the existence and standard of any flood alleviation works and the height of the particular site.
    Created 11 November 2020 Updated 10 September 2021
  • Southland Quaternary Confined Aquifers

    Environment Southland
    Other confined aquifers exist in Southland but are not specifically acknowledged in regional plans due either small size or limited resource use.  The Lumsden and North Range aquifers are situated in Quaternary age alluvial deposits. These accumulations of gravel, sand, silt and clay were lain down by rivers many years ago and are now buried below the...
    Created 10 September 2021 Updated 10 September 2021
  • Southland Tsunami Evacuation Zones

    Environment Southland
    The dataset shows areas of populated places along the Southland coastline that should be evacuated when there is a tsunami up to 1 metre (red zone) or between 1 and 3 metres (orange zone).  RED ZONE:  Shore-exclusion zone. The highest risk and first place to evacuate from in any sort of tsunami warning (natural, unofficial or official).ORANGE ZONE:...
    Created 11 November 2020 Updated 10 September 2021
  • Members of Parliament

    Parliamentary Service
    A list of all current members of Parliament. There are two resources - one directs users to the Parliament website pages and the other is a basic data set of current MPs.
    Created 6 March 2017 Updated 16 July 2021
  • Datasets listed on data.govt.nz

    data.govt.nz
    Quarterly listing of the metadata of all datasets listed on data.govt.nz. For real time data use the data.govt.nz API endpoint (note: this has a hard limit of 1000 results per request). To perform your own exports of CSV you can make use of the CKANAPI-Exporter tool.
    Created 4 July 2017 Updated 7 May 2021
  • TRC Tsunami Inundation

    Taranaki Civil Defence Emergency Management
    MethodologyIn 2012, Hawke's Bay Regional Council conducted a tsunami computer modelling exercise for the Taranaki coast using 2 m and 4 m waves. This 2017 updated report provides the results from additional model runs using a wave height of 10 m. The 10 m wave height is considered to have a return period of well beyond 2500 years, as the height is not...
    Created 20 June 2019 Updated 21 September 2020
  • PNCC Parcels

    Palmerston North City Council
    Parcel data for PNCC, maintained by LINZ.
    Created 9 April 2018 Updated 11 June 2020
  • PNCC Cemetery

    Palmerston North City Council
    Cemeteries withing the Palmerston North boundaries.
    Created 18 April 2018 Updated 11 June 2020
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