I created and presented this poster featuring LIDAR Color Shaded Relief model of Bouctouche / Shediac area of New Brunswick at the 2004 Geotech event that was held in Toronto.
The two images above represent artificial 3D 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 image on the left highlights a highway overpass while the image on the right features a residential area with a large school and a church easily detectable in the LIDAR all hits data set. Bouctouche is a small town located in eastern New Brunswick approximately 40 kilometers north of Moncton where the Bouctouche River meets the Northumberland Strait. It was an important aspect of the research study due to the extreme storm surge flooding that the region experiences every winter.
3D color shaded relief (CSR) digital terrain model (DTM) of Bouctouche, New Brunswick created with LIDAR point data.
Color Shaded Relief (CSR) image generated from Bald Earth LIDAR points on the left, Middle image is of a Digital Surface Model generated with “All the LIDAR points” and on the right is an air photo for the same area. The area shown in the data samples are of Bouctouche in New Brunswick at a scale of 1:6000. Data sets were part of my gradute research work at the AGRG / COGS in 2003.