NASA Web-Enabled Landsat Data 5-Year Land Cover Land Use Change (WELDLCLUC) Data Released

May 07, 2015

(Author's Note 5/18/2020: The WELDLCLUC product has since been decommissioned. Users are encouraged to transition to the Global WELD data products. In addition, Reverb and GDEx have since been retired. Users are encouraged to use NASA Earthdata Search in place of Reverb. Several of these datasets are also available in AppEEARS. To see the currently available tools to access the data please visit the "Access Data" button each data product's DOI landing page linked below.)

The NASA Web-Enabled Landsat Data (WELD) 5-year Land Cover Land Use Change (LCLUC) is a composite of 30 meter land use land change product for the contiguous United States (CONUS) generated from 5 years of consecutive growing season WELD inputs from April 15, 2006, to November 17, 2010. WELDLCLUC is offered in HDF format. This product contains estimated changes over a 5-year period for the following characteristics: tree cover, bare ground, water surface, snow and ice.

The NASA WELDLCLUC products are available at no charge from the LP DAAC through the following data access tools:

For further information, contact LP DAAC User Services.