Managing Flood Risk : Draft New Zealand Protocal (2005)
This Flood Risk Management Protocol provides regional and unitary councils with an improved framework for managing their flood risk management responsibilities. It is the first step in improving flood risk management across local government. Similarly it offers an opportunity to central government to work cooperatively with this framework, thereby improving their contributions and providing seamless support to communities. A similar opportunity is extended to Professional Associations, tertiary education institutes, Crown Research Institutes and consultants.
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Day, Terry (Centre for Advanced Engineering, University of Canterbury, 2005)The purpose of this report is to state the case for, and likely contents of, an improved approach to flood risk management in New Zealand. It does so by reassessing past flood mitigation practices, by promoting current ...
Day, Terry (Centre for Advanced Engineering, University of Canterbury, 2005)Poster detailing improved management of flood risk.
Geotechnical & flooding reconnaissance of the 2014 March flood event post 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence, New Zealand. Report No. GEER035 Allen, J.; Davis, C.; Giovinazzi, S.; Hart, D.E.; Cochrane, T.; Deam, B.; De Pascale, G.; Hicks, M.; Holland, D.; Hughes, M.; Johnson, L.; Ko, S.Y.; Measures, R.; Quigley, M.; Rix, G.; Siembieda, W.; Stark, N.; Teasley, R.; Wotherspoon, L.; van Ballegooy, S. (GEERUniversity of Canterbury. Civil and Natural Resources EngineeringUniversity of Canterbury. GeographyUniversity of Canterbury. Geological Sciences, 2014)