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A review of the status of satellite remote sensing and image processing techniques for mapping natural hazards and disasters
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In the event of a natural disaster, remote sensing is a valuable source of spatial information and its utility has been proven on many occasions around the world. Expand
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The geology of Dunedin, New Zealand, and the management of geological hazards
Abstract The city of Dunedin is located on the remains of a Miocene volcanic eruptive centre, which is underlain by Tertiary marine sediments and Late Cretaceous quartz gravel, sand and clay withExpand
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Establishing a Methodology for Coastal Cliff Hazard Mapping: An East Coast Bays, Auckland Pilot Study
In this study, efforts have focussed on developing a coastal cliff hazard map for East Coast Bays shorelines, extending from Milford to the Okura Estuary within North Shore City, Auckland. ThreeExpand
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New Zealand’s National Landslide Database
A New Zealand Landslide Database has been developed to hold all of New Zealand’s landslide data and provide factual data for use in landslide hazard and risk assessment, including a probabilisticExpand
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Landslides caused by the Mw7.8 Kaikōura earthquake and the immediate response
Author(s): Dellow, S; Massey, C; Cox, S; Archibald, G; Begg, J; Bruce, Z; Carey, J; Davidson, J; Della Pasqua, F; Glassey, P; Hill, M; Jones, K; Lyndsell, B; Lukovic, B; McColl, S; Rattenbury, M;Expand
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Assessing Image Processing Techniques for Mapping Landslides
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A combination of high relief, steep slopes, intense rainfall, active tectonics and volcanic activity provide the conditioning and triggering for frequent and widespread landsliding events in New Zealand. Expand
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LANDSLIDES CAUSED BY THE 14 NOVEMBER 2016 KAIKOURA EARTHQUAKE, SOUTH ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND.
At 12.03 am local time on 14th November 2016 (UTC: 11.03 am 13th November 2016) a shallow, magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck near Waiau in North Canterbury, NZ. Strong ground shaking affected the NorthExpand
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Using remote sensing and spatial analysis to understand landslide distribution and dynamics in New Zealand
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Landslides are a significant hazard to property and livelihoods, causing millions of dollars worth of damage annually in New Zealand. Expand
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Landslides caused by the 22 February 2011 Christchurch earthquake and management of landslide risk in the immediate aftermath
At 12.51 pm (NZST) on 22 February 2011 a shallow, magnitude MW 6.2 earthquake with an epicentre located just south of Christchurch, New Zealand, caused widespread devastation including buildingExpand
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Using Remote Sensing for Mapping the Effects of Natural Hazards in New Zealand
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This paper details a number of case studies undertaken in New Zealand to acquire and process remotely sensed data, with the ultimate goal of developing robust and effective procedures for providing spatial information of damages in the event of future natural disasters. Expand
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