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COAST/Coastal_Sensitivity_Index_CSI_inundation (FeatureServer)

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Service Description: The CSI is mapped as coloured line segments around the New Zealand coast. Each of the 1800 line segments corresponds to a unique combination of geomorphic and oceanographic attributes that reflect that part of the coast’s sensitivity to future climate change. This is shown as a band of changing colour around the coast. The colours graduate from blue to green to yellow to red: where the blue indicates lower, the yellow moderate and the red higher sensitivity to coastal inundation and coastal erosion due to future climate change. The information can be overlaid on Google maps, satellite images, or terrain.

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Has Versioned Data: false

MaxRecordCount: 1000

Supported Query Formats: JSON, AMF

Supports Query Data Elements:

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Copyright Text: The Coastal Sensitivity Index was developed as part of the Coastal Adaptation to Climate Change (CACC) project. This four-year project funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE contract C0X0802) was intended to create the necessary information and tools to enable adaptation by central and local government and communities to the impacts of climate-induced change on the coastal environment.

Spatial Reference: 2193  (2193)

Initial Extent: Full Extent: Units: esriMeters

Document Info: Enable Z Defaults: false

Supports ApplyEdits With Global Ids: false

Support True Curves : true

Only Allow TrueCurve Updates By TrueCurveClients : false

Supports Dynamic Layers: false

Child Resources:   Info

Supported Operations:   Query   QueryDomains   Create Replica