A client was conducting a flood analysis for the small village of Old Crow in northern Canada. Old Crow is built on an alluvial fan close by the banks of the Porcupine River and is vulnerable to flooding. These images combine available CDED DEM data with overlay images prepared from bands 1, 2 and 3 from free GeoBase SPOT data. The images were processed with PANCROMA™ to produce pseudo true color images and then pan sharpened. These is the second set of proof images that were used to develop the final study.
Source CDED DEM, 1/4 of full resolution. Source is 1201X1201 elevation postings.
Grayscale Shaded, 1/4 of full resolution. (Full scale 1114X2806)
DEM Properties. UTM coordinates of four corners. Distance along bottom of image = 11,120m
Color elevation plot, 1/4 of full resolution. (Full scale 1113X2808)
Subset showing full scale detail.
Color elevation plot, black border 1/4 of full resolution. (Full scale 1113X2808)
Color Contour. (Full scale 1218X3198).
Overlaid contour lines. (Full scale 1218X3198).
Flood analysis. (Full scale 1218X3198).
Color elevation plot with overlaid contour lines - 1/2 full scale. Base distance 10,671m. (Full scale 1146X953).
Color elevation plot with overlaid contour lines and embedded scale and corner coordinates.