The Nebraska GeoCloud (NGC) is a web-based digital platform for geophysical, geological, and groundwater data and models. The purpose of the NGC is to archive Nebraska’s vast volume of data and make it accessible to both model builders and model users. The NGC consists of databases, web servers, and web interfaces designed for data storage, sharing, and distribution. It contains one interface for Projects and another interface for Data. Projects may include software files, reports, and other information related to a project. It can be used to store and share project files, or it can be used as the final repository for completed projects. The Data interface is built upon structured databases that support the upload and download of data and models used in typical hydrogeological studies. Users can access the data contained in this part of the NGC via the GeoScene3D data portal. These data can also be viewed on an interactive web map and they are accessible via a web map service (WMS) in GIS programs (e.g. ArcGIS, QGIS). To request a user account to the NGC, please contact Jesse Korus at email@example.com.
Our July 1, 2020 webinar was the official release of Nebraska GeoCloud (NGC). The webinar was presented by the NGC team and was intended for geoscientists using the NGC for geologic and hydrogeologic investigations. Presenters gave an overview of the topics covered in the documents found on this website.