*The TerraLook interface is no longer operational as of January 2017

TerraLook provides both ASTER and Landsat data as simulated natural-color JPEG images. TerraLook aims to serve user communities who have a need for images of the Earth but do not have technical remote sensing expertise or access to expensive and specialized scientific image processing software. TerraLook Collections consist of readily usable remotely sensed images designed for visual interpretation and are distributed at no cost to the user. TerraLook collections will be of value to anyone who wants to see the changes to Earth’s surface since 1972. The georeferenced TerraLook product is compatible with most GIS and web mapping applications.

Millennium Coral Reefs Landsat Archive
The Landsat 7 satellite data acquisition strategy facilitated the first complete cloud-free coverage of the world’s coral reefs. Landsat data for a number of these coral reef scenes were assembled by the University of South Florida and NASA’s Johnson Space Center and are available from the Millennium Coral Reefs Landsat Archive.
Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics Consortium (MRLC)
MRLC is a group of federal agencies who joined together to purchase Landsat 5 imagery for the conterminous U.S. and to develop a land cover dataset called theNational Land Cover Dataset. In 1999, a second-generation MRLC consortium was formed to purchase three dates of Landsat 7 imagery for the entire United States and to coordinate the production of a comprehensive land cover database for the nation called the National Land Cover Database. The MRLC consortium is specifically designed to meet the current needs of Federal agencies for nationally consistent satellite remote sensing and land-cover data. However, the consortium also provides imagery and land cover data as public domain information. The MRLC data are in Albers Equal Area projection.
 
EOS-EarthData (external link)
EOS-WEBSTER is a digital library of Earth Science data at the University of New Hampshire. EOS-WEBSTER provides full scenes of Landsat 7 ETM+ data, Landsat 5 TM data, and Landsat 4/5 MSS data. The spatial extent includes the United States, Russia, South America and Southeast Asia regions and the temporal range is 1972 through 2001. Data resolution varies based on the spectral type, sensor type, and processing. Data are provided in ERDAS Imagine (.img) and band sequential (.bsq) formats.
 

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