Case Study 3
NZVD2016 is New Zealand’s official height system allowing for the consistent collection and seamless exchange of heights across New Zealand.
Case Study 2
Like most countries, we live and work by the sea. We need to adapt to sea-level rise since coastal areas include much of our urban development and infrastructure.
Case Study 1
From 1st July 2017, both Nelson City and Tasman District Councils became the first Territorial Authorities to use New Zealand Vertical Datum 2016.
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Interesting Geospatial Data Layers - Useful datasets and sites of Interest for GIS Users.
By Duane Wilkins, LINZ.
The story of Toby Stoff's determination of which street really is the world’s steepest – Ffordd Pen Llech or Baldwin Street?
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A refereed journal published by S+SNZ containing material of an academic and technical nature.
The advocacy role of S+SNZ has been developed and shaped over the past two years, helping to raise the profile of the sector.
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