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There are at least two formats with .grd/.gri extension. One is Golden Software grid - GDAL can easily handle it, so simply open it through Add Raster Layer, as Didier Blavet suggested. But there is also DIVA-GIS grid format. I found a maillist entry saying that only DIVA-GIS can open it. So you have basically two options: you can get and install DIVA, open ...
I get a similar result when I load these tiffs into QGIS 2.2.0, with the 60N tif showing max and min values of 0. Using the gdalinfo -stats option on these tifs suggests that both do have some values: E:\TESTing>gdalinfo -stats Hansen_GFC2013_lossyear_60N_140W.tif Driver: GTiff/GeoTIFF Files: Hansen_GFC2013_lossyear_60N_140W.tif ...
I feel it is not documented but you can do it. Here it is an example: http://bl.ocks.org/xavijam/9269220 Hope it helps you :).
Check out the open-source Virtual Terrain Project, or VTP. http://vterrain.org/ Their goal is to foster the creation of tools for easily constructing any part of the real world in interactive, 3D digital form. This requires a synergetic convergence of the fields of CAD, GIS, visual simulation, surveying and remote sensing. VTP gathers information and ...
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