Infoterra posted several Thematic Maps derived from SAR images and the acquired TerraSAR-X data on their homepage. The maps and images can be downloaded as jpeg-images (1-8 MB each).
Remote Sensing image
Italian agency Telespazio posted a black and white high resolution (unrectified) image of Dujiangyan on their website for download (12 MB JPG).
Remote sensing imagery of the earthquake area (pre-quake and post-quake) embedded as links in KML format.
The Jianjiang River, partially obstructed by landslides on June 8th, is now flowing after an upstream blockage was overcome. NASA Earth Observatory images depict the changes. Image from Taiwan FORMOSAT.
Color enhanced satellite images of the drainage channel at Tangjiashan Lake, showing the beginning of drainage on June 8th and June 9th.
Reliefweb has posted a series of more than 35 maps and remote sensing images of the earthquake area. These include images exported from GIS, Satellite Imagery, and area maps. They are all published in PDF and JPG formats with source information (but not links to actual source data).
National Geomatics Center of China publishes its satellite image availability everyday on its website.
Post-earthquake images from the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER). Dates available May 16, May 23, May 30. Available through Environmental Data Center, USGS.
The Global Land Cover Facility at University of Maryland has materials available without restriction in support of relief efforts in China. Imagery included here is focused on the area of destruction from the May 12, 2008 earthquake in Wenchuan county, China.