Past Projects: Enhanced LandSAT Images of Trout Lake
A common misconception about satellite images, are that they are like aerial photographs but from space. But they are actually very different from aerial photographs. Satellites use remote sensing techniques to collect information digitally, and then computer software is used to convert that information into various types of derived images.
The satellite images below are a few enhanced Landsat Satellite images of Trout Lake, Nova Scotia (popular fishing place on the South Mountain – south of the town of Middleton) that were enhanced using PCI Geomatica.