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New Zealand’s Changing Coastline

How our researchers are using aerial and satellite imagery to determine how NZ's coasts are changing and identify erosion hotspots.

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He Ekenga Ngaru – Māori community solutions to climate retreat and adaptation

Developing a community response to the Parliamentary inquiry into climate adaptation.

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Clifton to Tangoio Coastal Hazards Strategy

Peter Beaven explains the Clifton to Tangoio Coastal Hazards Strategy 2120 and the role of the Living at the Edge team.

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E Oho! Awakening Te Ao te Aroā Mobilising for Action at Ohaki Pā

Te Ao Te Aroā (or the world according to Aotearoa New Zealand) is imagining the world awakened, and changing trajectory, toward regeneration and hope.

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What are impact-based forecasts and warnings?

Impact-based forecasts and warnings describe what the weather has the potential to DO, making warnings more meaningful for people trying to prepare.

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Tracing tsunamis through history

Weaving whakapapa and science together to trace tsunami through history.

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New landslides tool helps in Cyclone Gabrielle response

We've helped GNS Science develop a new landslides modelling tool that was used in the response phase to Cyclone Gabrielle.

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Pyroclastic flow experiments to improve volcanic hazard models

Large-scale experiments are providing new insights one of the most dangerous volcanic hazards so we can better predict their impacts and behaviour.

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Using simulated earthquakes to prepare for the next ‘big one’

'Synthetic' earthquakes are helping scientists understand Aotearoa's full earthquake cycle, and what the next big damaging quake might look like.

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