On Quickmap, when you query a selected region for "all products" you get the list of NACs and WACs and with apparent links but when you click on the links you get "The page you were looking for doesn't exist."
Of course, if you are looking at the basemap, you will be able to look at it down to ".5 m/pixel". But that is not much use since the NACs are overlaid (can't see the one below).
To look at lunar dust, I thought you could examine the oblique images, but after doing so, I think the camera is not good enough. Really, you would likely need to look at stereo NAC images. They use these to make the digital terrain models, which are nice since the laser can't paint the whole surface (http://wms.lroc.asu.edu/lroc/dtm_about
). The drawback is that they are not taken concurrently, but on two successive orbits. Still, it is possible the loft time of the dust is long enough so that this does not make much difference.
I suggest examining these for lofted dust using the best stereo processing equipment available.. the eyes/mind. http://wms.lroc.asu.edu/lroc/dtm_select?page=1
.... this lists the actual NAC stereo images they have processed. Apparently there are alot of other they have not done so because it is so time consuming to do.