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S&T Project 19042 Data: Cambridge Canal near Cambridge, Nebraska Observation Well Project Geospatial Data

The Observation Well Project Geospatial Data layer is composed of 5 sublayers with point and line type geometries depicting observation wells and canals located near Cambridge canal in Nebraska. There are 2 point geometry type layers: bartley_canal_wells and Well_Water_Levels. There are 3 line geometry type layers: bartley_canal, cambridge_canal, and red_willow_canal. There are 10 attribute fields for the Well_Water_levels layer: Canal Name, Condition, Code, Inspector, Tapedown Measurement, Notes, Date and Time, Cutline Measurement, Water Level, and Photos and Files. There are two attribute fields for the bartley_canal_wells. There are 10 attribute fields for bartley_canal, cambridge_canal, and red_willow_canal layers: Department of Natural Resources Use, Measurement (Feet), Plan, Legal Description, Sub Description, Section, Township, Range, Range Direction, and Canal Name. This data did not undergo a quality assurance and quality control process and as a result there are some errors and inconsistencies in the data. For example, in the Well_Water_levels layer the Date and Time field contains illogical dates and times, the Condition field sometimes contains text and numbers, and the Canal Name field has spelling and capitalization inconsistencies. The schemas were created by Frenchman Cambridge Irrigation District. Frenchman Cambridge Irrigation District collected the data using a GPS unit for the S&T Project 19042: Developing a Collaborative Environment for Sharing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Data Between Reclamation and Irrigation Districts.
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Generation Effort S&T Project 19042: Developing a Collaborative Environment for Sharing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Data Between Reclamation and Irrigation Districts
Type Geospatial
Geometry multiple
Resolution N/A
Transformation none
Item Vertical Datum
Update Frequency not planned
Last Update Friday, October 27th, 2023

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