A quantitative risk-based planning approach for managing life risk from slope instability: Adaptation of the Christchurch District Plan framework

Sarah Gunnell
Following the Canterbury Earthquake Sequence that occurred over 2010–2011, comprehensive geotechnical investigations were undertaken in the Port Hills area of Christchurch. This research allowed the risk to life posed by the most prevalent types of land movement caused by the earthquakes, being rockfall, cliff collapse and other types of mass movement, to be quantified. In a New Zealand first, this quantitative risk assessment methodology has been integrated into the planning framework of the operative Christchurch...
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