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  • The layer defines the elevation of the basal surface of the Avonside Member geological unit as a Gocad T-surf mesh. The layer has been derived from the 3D Christchurch Geological Model built using Leapfrog Geo software.

  • The layer defines the elevation of the basal surface of the Burwood Gravels geological unit as a Gocad T-surf mesh. The layer has been derived from the 3D Christchurch Geological Model built using Leapfrog Geo software.

  • The layer defines the volume of the upper silt component of the Christchurch Formation geological unit as a Gocad T-surf mesh. The layer has been derived from the 3D Christchurch Geological Model built using Leapfrog Geo software.

  • The layer defines the volume of the Christchurch Formation geological unit as a Gocad T-surf mesh. The layer has been derived from the 3D Christchurch Geological Model built using Leapfrog Geo software.

  • The layer defines the elevation of the top surface of the Bromley Formation geological unit as a Gocad T-surf mesh. The layer has been derived from the 3D Eastern Canterbury Geological Model built using Leapfrog Geo software.

  • The layer defines the volume of the Riccarton Gravels geological unit as a a Gocad T-surf mesh. The layer has been derived from the 3D Christchurch Geological Model built using Leapfrog Geo software.

  • The layer defines the volume of the Avonside Member geological unit as a Gocad T-surf mesh. The layer has been derived from the 3D Christchurch Geological Model built using Leapfrog Geo software.

  • The layer defines the elevation of the top surface of the basement geological unit as a Gocad T-surf mesh. The layer has been derived from the 3D Eastern Canterbury Geological Model built using Leapfrog Geo software.

  • The layer defines the elevation of the top surface of the Riccarton Gravels geological unit as a Gocad T-surf mesh. The layer has been derived from the 3D Eastern Canterbury Geological Model built using Leapfrog Geo software.

  • The layer defines the elevation of the top surface of the Riccarton Gravels geological unit as a a Gocad T-surf mesh. The layer has been derived from the 3D Christchurch Geological Model built using Leapfrog Geo software.