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The ESDIS Outreach team provides a suite of outreach products ranging from printed materials to data animation multimedia products for a variety of audiences. Outreach products provide the end user with valuable information regarding how to find, access and use NASA EOSDIS data holdings.
Earth System Science Data Resources
This publication provides an overview of NASA Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) Distributed Active Archive Centers (DAACs), describes common data formats and processing levels, provides overviews of NASA’s Earth system science passive and active sensors, and organizes information about relevant data sets by Earth science discipline. Data discovery, data access, data manipulation (e.g. conversion, subsetting, visualization) tools are organized by functionality/feature. This publication provides information about how to find, access and use the wide variety of NASA EOSDIS and other Earth science data holdings
Discipline Data Set Reference Sheets
Suite of six Earth science discipline data set reference sheets organized by parameter/measurement (e.g. sea surface temperature), available data sets and the correspondending DAACs. The sheets are Atmosphere, Calibrated Radiance and Solar Radiance, Cryosphere, Human Dimensions, Land and Ocean. Each of these discipline data set "cheat sheets" provides DAAC contact information along with a listing of many data sets frequently used to measure the listed parameters. This publication is updated annuallly.
Data Set/Tool Fact Sheets
Data Animations and Visualizations
The data images presented in EOSDIS materials are available for your use. If you publish or distribute the images, please provide the appropriate credit. To obtain credit information for an image, consult the online version of the publication, and/or guide document (coming soon!) accompanying discipline specific posters, in which the image appears.
Please comply with NASA's reproduction guidelines governing the use of NASA images in educational and informational materials and in commercial products.
Please contact Earthdata support with any questions.