Tsunami evacuation zones are the areas that people should evacuate from, or stay out of, as a precaution after a long or strong earthquake or during an official tsunami warning. This report outlines Banks Peninsula's tsunami hazard and how tsunami inundation modelling and other information was used to delineate new tsunami evacuation zones. The new evacuation zones are slightly larger than the old evacuation zones that had been in place since 2017.
This report outlines Banks Peninsula's tsunami hazard and evacuation zones.
Authors: Helen Jack
Funders: Environment Canterbury
Format: Technical Report - Environment Canterbury
Reference: Jack, H. (2020). Review of tsunami evacuation zones for Banks Peninsula and the Kaitorete coast. Environment Canterbury report R20/58, Environment Canterbury Regional Council, Christchurch.
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