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  • This layer contains annotation about geomorphological features of the eastern Canterbury area. They describe landforms and surficial processes that have acted upon the area in the late Quaternary.

  • This layer contains geomorphological units of the eastern Canterbury area. Its features describe landforms and surficial processes that have acted upon the area in the late Quaternary.

  • The collection of datasets describes the geology of the Christchurch urban area.

  • This collection of datasets comprises geological information for Antarctica. Data have been compiled by the GeoMAP team led by GNS Science. Version 2022-08 updates an early beta version (v.2019-07) in response to informal feedback and peer review, and/or the need for local improvements. GeoMAP has utilsed co-funding from GNS Science's Nationally Significant Databases and Collections Programme (NSDC) and international collaboration through the SCAR GeoMAP project(2015-2020). It represents a synthesis of existing published and unpublished mapping of the continent's geologyin a single geodatabase at a regional scale. The data comprises geological unit polygon geometry and attribute fields describing the unit type, name, age, lithology, stratigraphy, and supporting background information, where this is known and geological fault polyline geometry and attribute fields describing locational accuracy, exposure, fault type, and supporting background information, where this is known. Data are linked to the source polygon geometry which provides a spatial bibliography of key datasets and maps used in their compilation. The data structures within this geodatabase comply with the GeoSciML 4.1 standard where relevant and uses the relevant CGI Controlled Vocabularies. The GeoMAP dataset was produced as part of the Regional Geological Map Archive and Datafile, one of the Nationally Significant Collections and Databases supported by the New Zealand Government’s Strategic Science Investment Fund (contract C05X1701). DOI: https://doi.org/10.21420/7SH7-6K05 Cite data collection as: Cox, S. C., Smith Lyttle, B., & SCAR GeoMAP Action Group. (2022). ATA SCAR GeoMAP geology (v.2022-08) . GNS Science. https://doi.org/10.21420/7SH7-6K05

  • This layer contains geomorphological boundaries of the eastern Canterbury area. Its features describe landforms and surficial processes that have acted upon the area in the late Quaternary.

  • This collection of datasets comprises geological information for Antarctica. They have been compiled by the GeoMAP team led by GNS Science. This work utilsed co-funding from GNS Science's Nationally Significant Databases and Collections Programme (NSDC) and international collaboration through the SCAR GeoMAP project. It represents a synthesis of existing published and unpublished mapping of the geology of this area in a single geodatabase at a regional scale. The data comprises geological unit polygon geometry and attribute fields describing the unit type, name, age, lithology, stratigraphy, and supporting background information, where this is known and geological fault polyline geometry and attribute fields describing locational accuracy, exposure, fault type, and supporting background information, where this is known. DOI: https://doi.org/10.21420/G6PG-J931 Cite dataset collection as: Cox, S. C., Smith Lyttle, B., & SCAR GeoMAP Action Group. (2019). ATA SCAR GeoMAP geology (v.2019-07). GNS Science. https://doi.org/10.21420/G6PG-J931

  • The collection of datasets describes the geomorphology of the eastern Canterbury area. Its features describe landforms and surficial processes that have acted upon the area in the late Quaternary. DOI: https://doi.org/10.21420/R8DZ-VQ04 Cite data as: GNS Science. (2015). NZL GNS GM3 Eastern Canterbury Geomorphology [Data set]. GNS Science. https://doi.org/10.21420/R8DZ-VQ04

  • The collection of datasets describes the geology of the eastern Canterbury area.

  • The collection of datasets describes the geology and geomorphology of urban Christchurch and eastern Canterbury. Following the 2010-2012 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence the Christchurch area was the focus of an unparalleled investigation of subsurface ground conditions, resulting in extensive acquisition to drillhole, geotechnical and geophysical data. These new data have been combined with legacy information including logs that describe more than 12,000 wells drilled for groundwater, one of Christchurch's most valuable resources.