You can find satellite imagery in print throughout the Library's collection. A subject search for "remote sensing images," provides a list of resources which contain printed images.
See the following short list to see what types of items we have.
DEM zipped files for the World
Call Number: Data available in the Evans Map Room
This resource is a series of zip files in .DEM format. Please bring a USB drive, a CD or other media on which to copy the data. This is a global digital elevation model (DEM) with a horizontal spacing of 3 arc seconds.
Call Number: Evans Map Room DVD-ROM G 3741.A4 2004 .U5
Contains a set of imagery as well as a set of lines and/or polygons used to create compressed county mosaics of Coos, Carroll, and Grafton counties generated by the 2003 and 2004 National Agricultural Imagery Programs.
"An analysis of recent and historical satellite imagery collected over the past forty years was carried out for Lake Chad in West Africa, the Sundarbans along the India-Bangladesh border, Papua in Indonesia, the Paranaense Forest around Itaipú Dam and Iguazú Falls at the juncture of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, and the Atatürk Dam and the Harran Plain in southeastern Turkey to provide scientific evidence of environmental change taking place in these ecologically significant regions of the world"--P.  of cover.
Locate, view, download, or order global land remote sensing data derived from a variety of air- and satellite-borne sensors, including Landsat satellite imagery and data from the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer carried aboard National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration's polar orbiting weather satellites.
GeoGratis is a web and file transfer protocol (ftp) site that distributes geospatial data of Canada. Data is available for download, without charge. ... Several types of full resolution satellite imagery are on-line.
GTOPO30 is a global digital elevation model (DEM) with a horizontal grid spacing of 30 arc seconds (approximately 1 kilometer). GTOPO30 was derived from several raster and vector sources of topographic information.
"Staff from the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) and the University of New Hampshire have assembled a digital image map and a snow-grain-size image of the Antarctic continent and surrounding islands."