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    • A classification of New Zealand's coastal hydrosystems 

      Hume T; Gerbeaux P; Hart DE; Kettles H; Neale D (Ministry for the Environment, 2016)
      New Zealand has a long (18,000 km including estuarine shores) and highly varied coastline. New Zealand’s coastal water bodies, flowing and still, fresh to saline, span a wide range of environments; coastal wetlands; ...
    • Multi-Hazard Analysis: Gap Analysis Report 

      Todd D; Moody L; Cobby D; Hart DE; Hawke K; Purton K; Murphy A (Jacobs, 2017)
      Christchurch City Council (Council) is undertaking the Land Drainage Recovery Programme in order to assess the effects of the earthquakes on flood risk to Christchurch. In the course of these investigations it has ...
    • Multi-Hazard Flooding Interactions in the Ōpāwaho Heathcote Catchment,Christchurch, New Zealand 

      Hart DE; Hawke KA (University of Canterbury, 2016)
      This report provides an initial overview and gap analysis of the multi-hazards interactions that might affect fluvial and pluvial flooding (FPF) hazard in the Ōpāwaho Heathcote catchment. As per the terms of reference, ...
    • Socio-cultural and ecological indicators of Canterbury estuaries 

      Murchie A; Marsden, I; Gaw, S; Pirker J; Tau TM (2017)
      Estuaries support a wide range of human activities and values, but are one of the most anthropogenically impacted ecosystems in the world. Ki uta ki tai (mountain to sea) is a holistic view of waterways, that is embodied ...