Landsat is comprised of several series of satellites used to monitor the earth's land surface at approximately 30 meter resolution. These images provide a unique resource for people who work in agriculture, geology, forestry, regional planning, education, mapping, and global change research. McGill University Library has a small archive of Landsat imagery that covers specific regions within Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean. Some sets of imagery are individual shots, whereas others are time series.
Please note: each image in our archive is in its' raw format, thus requiring the user to have expertise in remote sensing techniques.
Alternatively, for easier-to-use world wide Landsat imagery for the years 1990 and 2000, please consult Geocover
|Image Pixel Size||30 metres on the ground|
|Projection||Unprojected or UTM|
|Datum||NAD83 / WGS84 or No Datum|
|Documentation||Please contact staff at the GIC for documentation|
|Licence||Restricted to McGill University community. Must be used only for research and educational purposes|
|Access||Members of the McGill Community can obtain copies of the data by filling out the Geospatial Data Request Form.
|Distributer and Producer||MDA Corporation & Landsat.org|