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News

Groundwater elevation, weather station data and sampling results for ENWRA's 3 pilot study sites are now availiable under the Media/Downloads Tab. Click here for a link to download the 2008 to 2016 compiled datasets and graphs (168 MB).

Nebraska NRDs conducted additional Airborne Electromagnetic Survey (AEM) flights in July and early August 2016. Click here to learn more.

Google Earth files have been produced for the ENWRA 2007 Pilot Study Sites and the 2009 Sprague area Airborne Surveys. Click here for a link to download the data.

The October 2014 and April 2015 ENWRA AEM survey reports are available under the 2015 AEM tab (Volume 1 and 2 Appendix 4 updates made 9/24/15).

The Dwight-Valparaiso-Brainard area AEM data is now available on-line. Click here to download the report and use the interactive map from the Lower Platte South NRD website.

The October 2014 Lower Elkhorn AEM Grid Survey is complete and available under the 2014 LENRD AEM tab.

 

Calendar

ENWRA's Spring meeting was held April 18, 2017 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm at the Lower Platte North NRD in Wahoo, Nebraska. Click here to download the minutes.

2015 Airborne Electromagnetic Survey (AEM) Reports

Documents

2014 FLIGHTS REPORT VOLUME I: Final Report on Airborne Electromagnetic Geophysical Surveys and Hydrogeologic Framework Development for the Eastern Nebraska Water Resources Assessment – Volume I, including the Lewis and Clark, Lower Elkhorn, and Papio- Missouri River Natural Resources Districts

PDF Report Text (PDF, 18.4 MB)

PDF Appendix 1 (PDF, 40.9 MB)

PDF Appendix 2 (PDF, 19.4 MB)

PDF Appendix 3 (PDF, 3.3 MB)

PDF Appendix 4 (updated 9/24/15) (ZIP, 366 MB)

PDF Appendix 5 (PDF, 688 KB)

xls Appendix 5 Data Table (XLSX, 117 KB)

2015 FLIGHTS REPORT VOLUME II: Final Report on Airborne Electromagnetic Geophysical Surveys and Hydrogeologic Framework Development for the Eastern Nebraska Water Resources Assessment – Volume 2, including the Lower Platte North, Lower Platte South, and Nemaha Natural Resources Districts

PDF Report Text (PDF, 13.4 MB)

PDF Appendix 1 (PDF, 48.1 MB)

PDF Appendix 2 (PDF, 15.3 MB)

PDF Appendix 3 (PDF, 3.3 MB)

PDF Appendix 4(updated 9/24/15) (ZIP, 70 MB)

PDF Appendix 5 (PDF, 204 KB)

xls Appendix 5 Data Table (XLSX, 237 KB)

AEM System at Norfolk Airport

Google Earth Datasets

You can download the free version of Google Earth Pro by clicking here. If you are interested in viewing the AEM datasets in Google Earth format please follow these download instructions:

STEP 1: Please create two separate folders on the C drive of your computer entitled "enwra_2014" and "ENWRA_2015" and within each of those folders create two subfolders entitled "KMZ" and "Profiles"

STEP 2: Please download the Google Earth and Microsoft Word files below into the corresponding "KMZ" folders you created in "enwra_2014" and "ENWRA_2015" on your C drive.

KMZFall 2014 Flights (KMZ, 1.3 MB)

DOCFall 2014 Legend (DOCX, 786 KB)

KMZSpring 2015 Flights (KMZ, 1.0 MB)

DOCSpring 2015 Legend (DOCX, 1.6 MB)

STEP 3: Do the same for the PNG images provided below that you would be interested in (please refer to the flight line locations here) but put them in the corresponding "Profiles" folders of "enwra_2014" and "ENWRA_2015" on your C drive. All files must be unzipped in order to work in Google Earth.

PNGenwra_2014_all_images (116 PNGs, 93 MB)

PNGENWRA_2015_all_images (84 PNGs, 179 MB)

STEP 4: In Google Earth, click "Tools", then "Options".

STEP 5: In the Google Earth Options box, click the "General" tab.

STEP 6: Under "Placemark balloons", make sure the box is checked to allow access to local files and personal data.

STEP 7: Under "Display", make sure the box is checked to show web results in external browser.

STEP 8: The .kmz files within the folder named "KMZ" can now be opened and viewed in Google Earth.

STEP 9: It is important to not alter the file structure or names of anything in the “enwra_2014” or "ENWRA_2015" folders.

STEP 10: If your browser defaults the kmz download to a ".txt" file, download and rename with ".kmz" at the end and it should work.

Google Earth Tips and Tricks: Grab the map with your cursor and hold down the "u" key on your keyboard to view the earth looking straight down instead of at an angle. Do the same and hit the "n" key to orient the map north as up. Google Earth Pro (link above) is free and you can hit the file menu, then hit open, and then select all data import formats from the dropdown and open an ESRI shapefile or many other GIS file types in Google Earth directly from a saved location on your computer.


Geodabase File Datasets:

PDFNorth Geodatabase (ZIPPED .gbd file, 11 MB)

PDFSouth Geodatabase (ZIPPED .gbd file, 6.5 MB)