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  • Nelson Tasman Tsunami Evacuation Zones

    Nelson City Council
    Tsunami Evacuation Zones based on different wave heights - 1-3m (orange), 3-8m (yellow), and ocean (red).Originally provided by GNS Science, then adjusted by Resource Scientist at Tasman District Council, to coincide with logical property boundaries or roads.
    Created 3 May 2019 Updated 3 October 2020
  • Wellington Region Tsunami Evacuation Zones

    Greater Wellington Regional Council
    Tsunami evacuation maps containing three zones; red, orange and yellow, corresponding to different threat levels for the development of tsunami evacuation plans, public awareness, self evacuation and official civil defence emergency management or emergency services evacuations in the event of a tsunami. The zones were digitised onto orthophoto...
    Created 6 February 2020 Updated 2 September 2020
  • Chatham Island Tsunami Evacuation Zones

    Environment Canterbury
    This dataset shows the tsunami evacuation zones for the Chatham Islands Council, drawn in December 2017. What do the zones mean?  The Red Zone is the shore exclusion zone, including beaches, estuaries, river mouths and Te Whanga Lagoon. Even if a tsunami is not big enough to flood land, it can cause strong and unusual currents in the water, and...
    Created 16 July 2020 Updated 1 September 2020
  • Northland Tsunami Evacuation Zones (Open Data)

    Northland Regional Council
    With the dozens and dozens of coastal communities along the 3200km plus coastline that makes up the Northland Region it is important is be aware of the tsunami zones in preparation for a tsunami event. The Northland Tsunami Evacuation Zones have been prepared by the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Limited (GNS Science) for Northland Regional...
    Created 16 August 2020 Updated 16 August 2020
  • 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
  • Marlborough Tsunami Evacuation Zones

    Marlborough District Council
    Red Evacuation Zone –Shore Exclusion Zone: 0.2-1m threat level warning Orange Evacuation Zone: 1- 3m and3 –5m threat level warning –500 year return period –includes the Red Evacuation Zone Yellow Evacuation Zone: > 5m threat level warning –“worst scenario”2,500 year return period The definitions of the three tsunami warning / evacuation zones are...
    Created 29 January 2020 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 Council...
    Created 9 December 2019 Updated 3 March 2020
  • Emergency Management (Geodatabase)

    Auckland Council
    Tsunami Evacuation Zones & Coastal Inundation
    Created 10 November 2019 Updated 10 February 2020
  • BayHazards - Bay of Plenty Natural Hazards Viewer

    Bay of Plenty Regional Council
    An interactive viewer of the Bay of Plenty's natural hazards. Explore this map to discover information on the natural hazards that impact our region.Note: the Resources Page is hosted on BOPGISAPP01. Go to D:\documents\BayHazards if you want to make any changes.
    Created 9 January 2020 Updated 2 February 2020
  • Hawke's Bay Tsunami Evacuation Zones

    Hawke's Bay Regional Council
    Tsunamis are a threat to life and property for all people that live, work and play near the New Zealand coast. Evacuation planning is a fundamental component of emergency planning for tsunami. The Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management has established a nationally consistent approach for the development of tsunami evacuation zones and...
    Created 29 January 2020 Updated 29 January 2020
  • Porirua Tsumami Evacuation Zones

    Porirua City Council
    The tsunami evacuation zones are designed to encompass the range of inundation patterns for many individual possible tsunami. The use of tsunami evacuation areas/zones has the advantage of simplicity for emergency planning, public awareness and understanding. For more information, please refer to the Civil Defence Tsunami Evacuation Zones Guideline...
    Created 25 February 2018 Updated 25 February 2018