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This document contains a list of the SCIRT GIS services, along with a brief description of what the groupings of layers were and why they were needed.

This document contains a catalogue of the layers of the SCIRT GIS Viewer and associated metadata.

A document which contains a catalogue of all requests made to the SCIRT GIS team.

A document containing a screenshot of the External Information Request form.

From "glow in the dark" glass to a moa toe bone, the rebuild of Christchurch's horizontal infrastructure uncovered a remarkable array of artefacts.

Referring to the "uranium glass" discovery in suburban Richmond in late 2016 in its online blog, Christchurch-based Underground Overground Archaeology said there was "nothing like a little radioactive material to brighten up the day".

Underground Overground Archaeology worked with SCIRT throughout the horizontal infrastructure rebuild, identifying items and structures found during worksite excavation.

A document which describes SCIRT's discoveries and processes regarding archaeological finds on worksites.

A report which details the archaeological investigations carried out during the course of SCIRT project 11232, wastewater renewal work in Sorensens Place.

A report which details the archaeological investigations carried out during the course of SCIRT project 10952, wastewater renewal work on Tuam Street.

A report which details the archaeological investigations carried out during the course of SCIRT project 11185, water main renewal work on Manchester Street.

A report which details the archaeological investigations carried out during the course of SCIRT projects 11115 and 11159, wastewater renewal work and storm water repair work on Ferry Road.