• Reforms in the Regulation of Surveying in New Zealand

    The paper discusses the drivers and issues involved in the reforms of survey regulations, the risks analysed, the options considered and evaluated, the implementation of the changes, and expected outcomes.
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    • Survey
  • Possibility of a dynamic cadastre for a dynamic nation

    New technology such as the Global Positioning System (GPS) is ideally suited to take advantage of a coordinate cadastre because of its ability to survey and coordinate points directly in terms of geodetic control.
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    • Survey
  • Geotechnical information on horizontal land movement due to the Canterbury Earthquake Sequence

    Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) has recognised that the ground movements that have occurred as a result of the Canterbury Earthquake Sequence (CES) may have implications for cadastral survey work. LINZ have requested that T&T collate this report…
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    • Survey
  • e-survey and Title in New Zealand

    The purpose of this paper is to present some perspectives on the transition of the survey industry from a largely paper based system, serving a fairly specific market and need, to one that has the potential to be a major contributor to mainstream society…
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    • Landonline
    • Survey
  • e-Cadastre – Automation of the New Zealand Survey System

    New Zealand has embarked on a programme that aims to make the cadastre electronic and deliver the benefits that arise from so doing.
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    • Survey
  • Warkworth Observatory Local Tie Survey - 2012

    The purpose of the survey was to determine the relationship between the permanent GNSS CORS site (WARK 50243M001), the invariant reference points (IVP) of the 12 metre (7377 50243S001) and 30 metre (7391 50243S002), radio telescopes capable of Very Long…
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    • Survey
  • Re-establishment of cadastral boundaries following the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes

    This paper describes the effects of the earthquakes on cadastral boundaries in the region. It then discusses the steps that are being taken to provide certainty in cadastral boundary reestablishment by surveyors.
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    • Survey
  • Warkworth Observatory Local Tie Survey - 2015

    The purpose of the survey was to determine the relationship between the permanent GNSS CORS site (WARK 50243M001), the invariant reference points (IVP) of the 12 metre (7377 50243S001) and 30 metre (7391 50243S002), radio telescopes capable of Very Long…
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    • Survey
  • Cadastre 2014 Reforms in New Zealand

    This paper discusses the various reforms impacting on the NZ Cadastral survey system. Recent and proposed initiatives to develop the cadastre to meet growing needs for more effective land processes and land information are identified.
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    • Survey
  • Chatham Island Local Tie Survey - 2016

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    • Survey