Copernicus DEM (GLO-30 & GLO-90)

Copernicus DEM at varying spatial resolutions. Image Credit: ESA
Data provided by:European Space Agency (ESA), Airbus Defence & Space
Data accessibility:export data
Link to the data:
Requirements:Registration at the Copernicus Space Component Data Access (CSCDA) web portal.
File type:GeoTIFF
Data type:elevation
Hazard:Biological, Climatological, Forest Fire, Drought, Glacial Lake Outburst, Geophysical, Mass Movement, Subsidence, Earthquake, Tsunami, Volcanic Eruption, Hydrological, Flood, Landslide, Meteorological
Disaster cycle phase:Disaster Risk Management, Response, Recovery
Space-based Information:The Copernicus DEM is a Digital Surface Model (DSM) which represents the surface of the Earth including buildings, infrastructure, and vegetation. The Copernicus DEM is provided in 3 different instances. Two worldwide coverages at 90m (GLO-90) and 30m (GLO-30) resolution are openly available to the public for download via the PANDA Catalogue and FTP. A further European coverage (EEA-10) is provided at 10m resolution, but data is restricted to eligible users who meet required access rights.
Spatial coverage:Global
Spatial resolution:10m, 30m, 90m
Temporal coverage:Archive
Technical Specifications:
Tutorials on the use of data:CSCDA User Registration Video Tutorial, How to Access Copernicus DEM via the PANDA Catalogue Video Tutorial, How to Access Copernicus DEM via FTP Video Tutorial
Restrictions/ Citation of the dataset:

Copernicus User Access Rights and User Licence.