The Wyoming Geospatial Hub 

The Wyoming Geospatial Hub is the primary site for the discovery and delivery of publicly accessible geospatial data produced, maintained and shared by various partners in the State. This resource consists of three loosely-coupled web applications, GeoHub Explorer, GeoHub Pathfinder and GeoHub Imagery  which provide multiple tools and techniques for finding and downloading data. Data is available in several formats including shapefile, KML, PDF, GeoTiff and CSV. While metadata is available for all geospatial data, only descriptive and contact information are provided for restricted access information.

Snow Telemetry (SNOTEL) is created and maintained by the NRCS and National Water and Climate Center. The dataset includes both current and historical hydrometeorological data including snowpack, precipitation data, streamflow and resorvoir data. SNOTEL data can be download and viewed through the National Water and Climate Center's Interactive Map.

News & Updates

December 9, 2016 - The Wyoming GeoHub Imagery Server now provides 2012 and 2015 imagery packaged as the raw 4band data. Additional years of data coming soon. Visit the Imagery Server to check out the new data products.

October 3, 2016 - WyGISC is in the process of packaging the NAIP 2015 data for distribution. Moving forward, the GeoHub will provide access to the 'raw' NAIP imagery, for use in analysis as 4-band imagery (includes the IR band). Look for new data by January 2017!

July 8, 2015 - The USGS 1:250K, 1:100K, and 1:24K topographic maps with and without collars are now available for download via GeoHub Imagery.

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