Impacts of severe weather : chasing resilience for NZ : Submission to the Economic Development, Science and Innovation Select Committee, Parliament / prepared by: R.G. Bell.

By: Bell, R. G. (Robert G.).
Contributor(s): National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (N.Z.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hamilton, N.Z. : National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd., 2018Description: 1 online resource.Other title: Submission to the Economic Development, Science and Innovation Select Committee, Parliament [Portion of title] | Briefing from the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Limited on variable weather patterns [Other title].Subject(s): SEVERE WEATHER | NEW ZEALAND | PARLIAMENT | SUBMISSIONS | ADVISORY COMMITTEES | EXPERT EVIDENCEHoldings: ELECTRONIC Online resources: 2018315HN New Zealand Parliament website | NIWA document server | Supplement NIWA document server
Contents:
1 NIWA and its role in severe weather impacts -- 1.1 Statement of Core Purpose -- 1.2 NIWA’s mission -- 1.3 Qualifications (Dr Rob Bell) -- 2 Aotearoa-New Zealand: Context for severe weather events -- 2.1 Severe weather hazards -- 2.2 Geographic context -- 2.3 Economic activities sensitive to severe weather and health & safety -- 3 Risk from severe weather events -- 3.1 Risk -- 3.2 Historical development -- 3.3 Civil Defence and Emergency Management context -- 4 Weather-related civil-defence declarations and insurance costs -- 4.1 Civil defence declarations since 1967 -- 4.2 Insured costs since 1967 -- 5 Historic Weather Events catalogue (HWE) -- 5.1 Background -- 5.2 Snapshot of results -- 6 RiskScape -- 7 National coastal risk exposure study (2015) -- 8 Looking forward -- 8.1 Changing climate and weather -- 8.2 Climate change attribution for recent severe weather events -- 8.3 Paradigm shift needed to reduce future risks to severe weather.
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NIWA CLIENT REPORT No: 2018315HN. Report date: November 2018. NIWA Project: CANC1902, CAVA1904.

Briefing from the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Limited on variable weather patterns - NIWA

Briefing from the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Limited on variable weather patterns - NIWA Supp 1.

1 NIWA and its role in severe weather impacts -- 1.1 Statement of Core Purpose -- 1.2 NIWA’s mission -- 1.3 Qualifications (Dr Rob Bell) -- 2 Aotearoa-New Zealand: Context for severe weather events -- 2.1 Severe weather hazards -- 2.2 Geographic context -- 2.3 Economic activities sensitive to severe weather and health & safety -- 3 Risk from severe weather events -- 3.1 Risk -- 3.2 Historical development -- 3.3 Civil Defence and Emergency Management context -- 4 Weather-related civil-defence declarations and insurance costs -- 4.1 Civil defence declarations since 1967 -- 4.2 Insured costs since 1967 -- 5 Historic Weather Events catalogue (HWE) -- 5.1 Background -- 5.2 Snapshot of results -- 6 RiskScape -- 7 National coastal risk exposure study (2015) -- 8 Looking forward -- 8.1 Changing climate and weather -- 8.2 Climate change attribution for recent severe weather events -- 8.3 Paradigm shift needed to reduce future risks to severe weather.

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