The Pennsylvania State University Libraries subscribes to the LandScan global population dataset produced by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Lab. LandScan data represent the finest spatial resolution global population dataset current available. The LandScan archive provides annually continuous data back to 2000. Data are available for download and as streaming data services.
The LandScan Global Population Databases, developed at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, represent the finest resolution global population distribution databases available. Offering the most accurate and reliable geographically-based population distribution models, LandScan is a useful application in research, educational, humanitarian and corporate settings. The East View Geospatial LandScan Global Archive provides web access to population data from 2000 to 2015. GIS web services (web map service (WMS) and web coverage service (WCS)) are also available.
The GSDI is an international collaboration of organizations, agencies, firms and individuals from around the world promoting international cooperation in spatial data infrastructure standards. GSDI links to several electronic gateways that provide discovery and access to international remote sensing datasets
EWWM provides access to remote sensing and derived products around the international themes of climate change, natural resource management, environmental change detection, food security monitoring, water resource assessments, and hazard identification/mitigation.
Google Earth Engine is a planetary-scale platform based on remote sensing data for environmental analysis. In addition to providing access to the Google data archive, partners are provided access to develop and run processes using Google’s parallel processing resources (i.e. idle Google servers).