The lie of the land

Posted 08 Aug 2012 by stalbanscommunity Popular
Posted in EQC , Suburbs , Land Information , TC3
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EQC has prepared a number of factsheets showing the impact of the earthquakes on city land. These fact sheets, which include maps and charts, provide an overview of the land changes such as where the land cracked, where it liquefied, where it has sunk or risen etc.

The linked file was downloaded from the eqc website and covers the area from Merivale to Mairehau.Further information is available on the EQC Canterbury website.

It has been uploaded and linked here for ease of access but full credit belongs to EQC.

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