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Kouchibouguac National Park

Kouchibouguac National Park is on New Brunswick's Acadian Coast. Every year, the fall season offers beautiful days and the sensational colours of fall foliage. Fall is the perfect time of year for satellite art.

Satellite image highlighting Kouchibouguac National Park

Credit: SceneSharp Technologies Inc. Contains modified Sentinel-2 data acquired by ESA

About the visual art

The image portrayed here was collected by ESA's Sentinel-2 Constellation Mission in . The raw image was enhanced by SceneSharp Technologies Inc., creating a stunning 86 km by 82 km composite highlighting Kouchibouguac National Park. Also, fuze go® AI, developed by SceneSharp Technologies Inc., was used to determine tree species, tree vigour and growth rate. As per the fuze go® AI results, there are 28% spruce, 18% maple, 6% aspen, 4% birch, 4% pine, 3% fir, 2% cedar, and 35% nonproductive in the park area.

Today, through the power of satellite-based imagery, data fusion, spectral science, and artificial intelligence, SceneSharp Technologies can take the guesswork out of forest management with accurate and timely stand level information including tree species, basal area, growth rate, and health for a large area. This information is critical for sustainability and climate change mitigation strategies.

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