National Water Conservation (Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere) Order 1990

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2 Interpretation
    • In this order, unless the context otherwise requires,—

      lake level means the water level measured in calm conditions as determined by taking the mean average of the level recorded by the Canterbury Regional Council at its water level recorder at or about Nutts Cut (map reference NZTopo50 BX24: 682 557) and either one of the levels recorded by the Canterbury Regional Council at its manual or telemetered records at or about Taumutu (map reference NZTopo50 BY23: 498 443 or NZTopo50 BY23: 499 448):

      provided that the Canterbury Regional Council may, at its discretion and when necessary due to windy conditions, estimate the reading which would have been obtained in calm conditions

      m.s.l. means the elevation in metres above 1937 Lyttelton vertical datum

      Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere means that variable body of water commonly known as Lake Ellesmere, otherwise known as Te Waihora, located at and about map reference Infomap 242–3 170°20′, 43°4′, and having an area of about 20 000 hectares.

    Clause 2 Act: amended, on 22 September 2011, by clause 5 of the National Water Conservation (Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere) Amendment Order 2011 (Gazette 2011, p 3823).

    Clause 2 Lake Ellesmere: revoked, on 22 September 2011, by clause 5 of the National Water Conservation (Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere) Amendment Order 2011 (Gazette 2011, p 3823).

    Clause 2 lake level: substituted, on 22 September 2011, by clause 5 of the National Water Conservation (Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere) Amendment Order 2011 (Gazette 2011, p 3823).

    Clause 2 m.a.s.l.: revoked, on 22 September 2011, by clause 5 of the National Water Conservation (Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere) Amendment Order 2011 (Gazette 2011, p 3823).

    Clause 2 m.s.l.: added, on 22 September 2011, by clause 5 of the National Water Conservation (Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere) Amendment Order 2011 (Gazette 2011, p 3823).

    Clause 2 Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere: added, on 22 September 2011, by clause 5 of the National Water Conservation (Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere) Amendment Order 2011 (Gazette 2011, p 3823).