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  • This table provides the relationships between building outlines within mainland New Zealand when buildings are split or merged. A building outline is a 2D representation of the roof outline of a building which has been classified from LINZ aerial imagery using a combination of automated and manual processes to extract and refine a building roof outline. **Data vintage** This dataset does not include building outline geometry, but provides the linkages between building_id's from different aerial imagery sources in the [NZ Building Outlines (All Sources)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/101292) dataset when building outlines change from single outlines split into multiple outlines, and from multiple outlines merged as single outlines. This dataset will be updated with changes in building_id relationships as new aerial imagery becomes available. Please refer to the [NZ Building Outlines Data Dictionary](https://nz-buildings.readthedocs.io/en/latest/introduction.html) for detailed metadata and information about this dataset. **Related building outlines data** [NZ Building Outlines (All Sources)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/101292) - directly related to this dataset, it contains all combinations of building outlines from multiple years of imagery that have existed since the beginning of this dataset. [NZ Building Outlines](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/101290) - provides current building outlines only derived from the latest LINZ aerial imagery.

  • This dataset provides building outlines within mainland New Zealand extracted from multiple years of aerial imagery, allowing you to see change over time, or restrict the dataset to building outlines that match a specific aerial imagery source. A building outline is a 2D representation of the roof outline of a building which has been classified from LINZ aerial imagery using a combination of automated and manual processes to extract and refine a building roof outline. Building roof outlines observed in aerial imagery larger than or equal to 10 square meters are captured in this dataset, and may include structures such as garages and large sheds. **Data vintage** This dataset contains all building outlines which have been extracted from multiple years of aerial imagery available in each region of the country, including the most recent imagery. This dataset includes the dates for which each building existed in the aerial imagery. Current coverage includes nearly all regions of New Zealand, except parts of rural Auckland, remote parts of Bay of Plenty, Tasman and the Southern Alps, as well as Fiordland, Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands. This dataset will be updated and expanded as new aerial imagery becomes available. Please refer to the [NZ Building Outlines Data Dictionary](https://nz-buildings.readthedocs.io/en/latest/introduction.html) for detailed metadata and information about this dataset. **Related building outlines data** [NZ Building Outlines Lifecycle](https://data.linz.govt.nz/table/101291) – stores the relationship between building outlines when one building is split into two or more building outlines, or when multiple building outlines are merged into a single outline. Use this in conjunction with the NZ Building Outlines (All Sources) dataset. [NZ Building Outlines](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/101290) - provides current building outlines only, derived from the latest LINZ aerial imagery.

  • This dataset provides current outlines of buildings within mainland New Zealand captured from the latest aerial imagery. A building outline is a 2D representation of the roof outline of a building which has been classified from LINZ aerial imagery using a combination of automated and manual processes to extract and refine a building roof outline. Building outlines observed in aerial imagery larger than or equal to 10 square meters are captured in this dataset, and may include structures such as garages and large sheds. **Data vintage** This dataset shows the most recent set of building outlines extracted from the LINZ aerial imagery available on the LINZ Data Service. Current coverage includes nearly all regions of New Zealand, except parts of rural Auckland, remote parts of Bay of Plenty, Tasman and the Southern Alps, as well as Fiordland, Stewart Island and the Chatham Islands. This dataset will be updated and expanded as new aerial imagery becomes available. Since aerial imagery is flown only every few years in each region of the country, building outlines only reflect those buildings observed at the date of this aerial imagery capture, and may not reflect buildings constructed after this time period. Please refer to the [NZ Building Outlines Data Dictionary](https://nz-buildings.readthedocs.io/en/latest/introduction.html) for detailed metadata and information about this dataset. **Related building outlines data** [NZ Building Outlines (All Sources)](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/101292) - contains all combinations of building outlines from multiple years of imagery that have existed since the beginning of this dataset, and the dates when each building outline existed in the associated aerial imagery. [NZ Building Outlines Lifecycle](https://data.linz.govt.nz/table/101291) - is related to the dataset above and stores the relationship between building outlines when one building is split into two or more building outlines, or when multiple building outlines are merged into a single outline. --- **APIs and web services** This dataset is available via ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS REST services, as well as our standard APIs. [LDS APIs and OGC web services](https://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/101290/webservices/) [ArcGIS Online map services](https://basedatanz.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=c2e9e61f55a245978c0bd64558553101) [ArcGIS REST API](https://services7.arcgis.com/jI87xPT7G1AGV8Uo/arcgis/rest/services/)

  • This dataset consists of building outlines for the areas of Canterbury, Hawke’s Bay and Waikato, and is part of a pilot to understand the benefit of making building outlines data openly available through the LINZ Data Service. Building outlines are 2D shapes of the edge of a building as visible from aerial imagery, most commonly the roofline edge. It includes spaces such as decks, garages and porches. Each polygon represents a building outline. The outlines were extracted in June 2016 from orthoimagery using an automated process. **Source imagery** Resolution of the imagery used for capture ranges from 50cm pixel resolution (0.5m GSD) to 10cm pixel resolution (0.1m GSD). Please refer to the ‘imagery_source’ attribute for details. The following datasets on the LINZ Data Service were used in part or full in the creation of this dataset: [Waikato 0.5m Rural Aerial Photos (2012-2013)](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/1872) [Waikato District 0.1m Urban Aerial Photos (2014)](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/2603) [Hawkes Bay 0.3m Rural Aerial Photos (2014-15)](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/3401) [Canterbury 0.4m Rural Aerial Photos (2012-2013)](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/1877) [Otago 0.4m Rural Aerial Photos (2013-14)](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/2110) [Canterbury 0.4m Rural Aerial Photos (2013-2014)](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/2117) [Canterbury 0.3m Rural Aerial Photos (2014-15)](http://data.linz.govt.nz/layer/2602) **Please note** *This is a pilot dataset and is not complete for the whole of New Zealand *While some checks on the data have taken place, there are still errors present **We want your feedback** We are seeking feedback on this building outlines pilot dataset. Please use the dataset then complete this [short survey](https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/building_outlines_pilot)

  • This layer is the fault data for Antarctica. It represents a synthesis of existing published and unpublished mapping of the geological faults in this area in a single dataset at a regional scale. These data comprise a series of arcs with each arc having attributes describing the locational accuracy, exposure, activity, type of fault, and the sense of movement of the fault, where this is known. This layer complies with the GeoSciML Lite standard for ShearDisplacementStructureView and fields required by that standard were populated using the CGI Controlled Vocabulary (v2016.01). 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