Waikato and Waipa rivers flood event, 6-16 July 2002 : final technical report / prepared by Adam Munro.

By: Munro, Adam.
Contributor(s): Waikato (N.Z.). Environment Waikato.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Environment Waikato technical report: 2002/12Publisher: Hamilton, N.Z. : Environment Waikato, Regional Council, 2002Description: ii, 38 p. : ill, map ; 30 cm; 1 online resource.ISSN: 1172-4005.Subject(s): WAIKATO RIVER | NEW ZEALAND | RIVERS | HYDROLOGY | FLOODS | WAIPA RIVER | RAINFALL | FLOOD CONTROL | FLOWS | IMPACTS | MONITORINGHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: TR 2002/12 Waikato Regional Council website | NIWA document server Summary: This report examines the key aspects of the “Waikato Waipa Rivers Flood Event of 6-16 July 2002”. It has been produced as part of Waikato Regional Council's internal reporting requirements.The report provides a comprehensive overview of the flood event that resulted in very high river levels in the western and southern parts of the region as a result of heavy and persistent rain in the six weeks prior to the main event. The has been taken to pull together a wide range of information findings from both internal and external sources, including: Hydrological data (rainfall totals and river levels) Flood Management Strategies Waikato Regional Council (WRC) Response Key decision points
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This report examines the key aspects of the “Waikato Waipa Rivers Flood Event of 6-16 July 2002”. It has been produced as part of Waikato Regional Council's internal reporting requirements.The report provides a comprehensive overview of the flood event that resulted in very high river levels in the western and southern parts of the region as a result of heavy and persistent rain in the six weeks prior to the main event. The has been taken to pull together a wide range of information findings from both internal and external sources, including:
Hydrological data (rainfall totals and river levels)
Flood Management Strategies
Waikato Regional Council (WRC) Response
Key decision points

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