Risk, Resilience, Response and Recovery

Knowing the likely hazards associated with a future eruption enables us to determine potential impacts. Assigning a probability to these impacts is a way of expressing volcanic risk. To explore this we combine our knowledge of the hazards with information on Auckland’s built and social environment to describe how an eruption would affect Auckland and the rest of New Zealand.

Be prepared: Effective response to volcanic emergencies
GeoNet: On watch for Auckland’s next eruption
Power to cut impact of electricity network damage
Volcanic ash reduces post-eruption road and runway surface safety
All roads lead to disruption following volcanic eruption
On the road to solutions for volcanic ash-affected transport links
Role model for post-volcanic eruption clean-up
Weighing up risk and finding reward in RiskScape