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Top of the South 0.15m Flood Aerial Photos (2022)

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This dataset was first added to LINZ Data Service on 01 Nov 2022.

A record of the Top of the South Island severe weather emergency event August 2022.

Orthophotography within the Tasman, Nelson City and Marlborough District totaling approximately 918km². Captured between the 23rd August 2022 and 6th September 2022. Coverage includes Nelson to Brightwater, including the Waimea River, State Highway 6 from Hira to Rai Valley and Ōkiwi Bay access road, plus Abel Tasman Drive, Bird Hill and Takaka Hill in Golden Bay.

Imagery was captured for Nelson City Council, Tasman District Council and Waka Kotahi by Aerial Surveys Ltd, Unit A1, 8 Saturn Place, Albany 0632, New Zealand.

Data comprises:
• 2658 ortho-rectified RGB GeoTIFF images in NZTM projection, tiled into the LINZ Standard 1:1000 tile layout
• Tile layout in NZTM projection containing relevant information.

The supplied imagery is in terms of New Zealand Transverse Mercator (NZTM) map projection. Please refer to the tile index layer for specific details, naming conventions, etc.

Imagery supplied as 15cm pixel resolution (0.15 m GSD), 3-band (RGB) uncompressed GeoTIFF. The final spatial accuracy is ±0.5 at 95% confidence level in clear flat areas.

Index tiles for this dataset are available as layer Top of the South 0.15m Flood Aerial Photos Index Tiles (2022)

License

Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International

You may use this work for commercial purposes.

You must attribute the creator in your own works.

Technical Details
Layer ID 110821
Data type Image/Raster
Resolution 0.150m
Services Raster Tiles Query API, Catalog Service (CS-W), data.govt.nz Atom Feed
History
Added 1 Nov 2022
Revisions 3 - Browse all revisions
Current revision Imported on Oct. 31, 2022 from 2658 GeoTIFF sources in NZGD2000 / New Zealand Transverse Mercator 2000.