Color Shaded Relief Models – Cap Pele, New Brunswick

Color Shaded Relief Models of Cap Pele, New Brunswick Color Shaded Relief Models of Cap Pele, New Brunswick

The two images above represent artificial three dimensional perspective views perspective views from different points of origin featuring color shaded relief models that were created from high resolution LIDAR digital surface models as part of a LIDAR flood modeling graduate research project.

The study area for the project consisted of the coastal Gulf Shore region of southeastern New Brunswick from Kouchibouguac National Park south to Jourimain Island (location of the Confederation Bridge). The coastal zone of New Brunswick is a picturesque fishing region that boasts several kilometers of sandy beaches with some of the warmest salt water temperatures north of Virginia.

LandSat Mosaic of Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia

This poster is of a mosaic of multi-temporal infra red LandSat imagery of the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia. The top image is a false color composite (FCC) using LandSat bands 7,4 and 3. The bottom image image is a true color composite using LandSat bands 3,2 and 1. It was one of the first image mosaics that I ever created with PCI orthoengine while studying remote sensing at COGS in 1999.
LandSat Mosaic of Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia

Northen Nova Scotia RADARSAT Mosaic

A Northen Nova Scotia RADARSAT mosaic created using PCI OrthoEngine software. Back then RADARSAT data came unformatted and had to be heavily processed and stitched together to form an image like the one featured here …