Coastal landslides at Omokoroa Peninsula, Tauranga Harbour, New Zealand


*Base of slide surface+1979 Bramley Drive landslide dimensions from Gulliver and Houghton (1980)++Main failure eventTer–Terrace; Rd–Road; Av–Avenue; Grv–Grove; St–Street; Dr–Drive; Pl–PlaceTPI–Te Puna Ignimbrite; PT–Pahoia Tephras; HA–Hamilton Ashes; N/A–Not available D–deep-seated; S–shallow; DS–complex earth slide with deep-seated being the dominant mode of failure and shallow failure associated to the main eventA–Cyclone Debbie (April 5th, 2017); B–Cyclone Cook (April 13th, 2017).Notation:L_s – distance from toe of slip surface to crown of the main scarpW_s – maximum width between flanks of the landslide perpendicular to L_sD_s – maximum depth of slip surface below the original ground surface, measured perpendicular to the plane containing W_s and L_sH – vertical distance between crown and tip of the landslide depositL – horizontal distance between crown and tip of the landslide depositsA_L – landslide areaV_s – Volume of shallow landslidesV_ds – Volume of deep-seated landslidesβ – travel angleReferences cited-Gulliver, C., and Houghton, B., 1980, Omokoroa Point Land Stability Investigation: Tonkin & Taylor.

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Creator Kluger, Max Oke; Jorat, Ehsan M; Moon, Vicki G; Kreiter, Stefan; de Lange, Willem P; Mörz, Tobias; Robertson, Thomas; Lowe, David J
Publisher PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science
Publication Year 2020
Rights Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International;
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Language English
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Size 384 data points
Discipline Earth System Research
Spatial Coverage (176.039W, -37.637S, 176.054E, -37.626N); Omokoroa Peninsula, New Zealand