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In the Know Land Hub Seminar Series post by CanCERN

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You’re welcome to attend the In the Know Land Hub seminar series. This is an opportunity to hear about land and recovery and have your questions answered by experts.

 

Tuesday, 7 OctoberWednesday, 8 October 6pm-7pm11am-12pm Dr. Mark Quigley Canterbury University Dr. Matthew Hughes Canterbury University Changes to the Land in CanterburyDr. Mark Quigley, Associate Professor of Active Tectonics and Geomorphology and Dr. Matthew Hughes, Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering at the University of Canterbury to summarize how the Canterbury earthquakes changed the urban and natural landscapes of Christchurch and the surrounding region. Topics including liquefaction, subsidence, rockfall,fault rupture, and flood hazard will be discussed. The influence of liquefaction on surface and subsurface infrastructure will be described. The possible impacts of future seismicity and climate change on our changed landscape will be considered.
Thursday 9 October 11am-12pm Anne-Marie Reynolds NZ Red Cross Recovery NZRC helping the recovery in ChristchurchAnne-Marie Reynolds of New Zealand Red Cross Recovery informing of the activities and issues they are currently working on in Christchurch.
Friday, 10 October 11am-12pm Anne-Marie Reynolds NZ Red Cross Recovery NZRC helping the recovery in ChristchurchAnne-Marie Reynolds of New Zealand Red Cross Recovery informing of the activities and issues they are currently working on in Christchurch.
Tuesday, 14 October 11am-12pm Anne-Marie Reynolds NZ Red Cross Recovery NZRC helping the recovery in ChristchurchAnne-Marie Reynolds of New Zealand Red Cross Recov- ery informing of the activities and issues they are cur- rently working on in Christchurch.
6pm-7pm Mike Jacka Tonkin & Taylor Increased Liquefaction Vulnerability Senior Geotechnical Engineer with Tonkin &Taylor Mike Jacka will present on Increased Liquefaction Vulnerabil- ity (ILV) as observed and identified by EQC. The process of assessment and eligibility for this type of land dam- age.

 

Wednesday, 15 October 11am-12pm Mike Jacka Tonkin & Taylor Increased Liquefaction VulnerabilitySenior Geotechnical Engineer with Tonkin & Taylor Mike Jacka will present on Increased Liquefaction Vulnerability (ILV) as observed and identified by EQC. The process of assessment and eligibility for this type of land damage.
6pm-7pm Richard Phillips Tonkin & Taylor Ground Improvement PilotSenior Engineering Geologist for Tonkin & Taylor, Richard Philips will present on EQC’s Ground Improvement Pilot and its importance in the rebuild of residential Canterbury. This pilot was undertaken to investigate the best and most practical methods to strengthen land with Increased Liquefaction Vulnerability (ILV) damage.
Thursday, 16 October 11am-12pm Tim Fisher Tonkin & Taylor Increased Flooding VulnerabilitySenior Water Resources Engineer for Tonkin & Taylor, Tim Fisher will present on Increased Flooding Vulnerability (IFV) as observed and identified by EQC. The process of assessment and eligibility for this type of land damage.

Visit the In the Know Land Hub

140 Springfield Road (Beulah Church), Edgeware.

Monday –Friday, 9am-12pm

Monday–Wednesday, 4pm-7pm

Open until Thursday 16th October.

www.intheknow.org.nz

 

 

 

 

Author: Sarah-Alice Miles

I believe in the enormous power of the human spirit and the power within each of us to effect major change. "The only triumph over evil is for good men [and women] to do nothing". Trained as a lawyer, psychotherapist and mediator. My goal is to make my voice heard for the causes in which I believe so as to improve and contribute to a more sustainable and equitable society. https://thechristchurchfiasco.wordpress.com/

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