Color Shaded Relief Model of Antigonish Highlands
The color shaded relief model of the Antigonish Highlands featured on the poster above (large image in the center) was one of the first ones I ever created. this one was art of a research project done while at COGS, while learning different terrain modeling techniques.
The Antigonish Highlands are underlain by a block of older crustal rocks which are bounded and transected by numerous major faults. The Unit stands at an average elevation of 245 m but is dissected into steep-sided hills and valleys where the major faults cut across the resistant massif. One of more drastic faults is the Hollow Fault featured here in this poster.
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