Poster created for a paper and presentation on a project used RADARSAT S2 beam mode SAR imagery and ERDAS Imagine . The project used RADARSAT S2 beam mode SAR imagery and ERDAS Imagine together to provide 3D models representing various geological terrain features.
RADARSAT images can provide geologists with an exceptional and correlative data source with respect to geological contacts, structures, and lineaments. This project is an attempt to provide some distinct examples of various geological structures in Nova Scotia that can easily be detected using RADARSAT imagery. Since Nova Scotia is a well-mapped and explored area, geological and geophysical data is easily accessible to accompany the radar data. RADARSAT imagery is especially …
Above is a custom poster I created of Parc de la Gatineau in Quebec (just north of Ottawa) for Geocognition Consulting. It is a pansharpened image fused with a DEM, created using PCI Geomatica. The fused elevation data gives the image an extra 3D effect making the Park pop out at the viewer.
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.