The development of the RADARSAT-1 Ortho-rectified Mosaic of Canada was initiated to provide a unique synoptic view of Canada using data acquired from Canada's first Earth Observation Satellite, launched in November of 1995. It celebrates the fact that RADARSAT-1 has reached and passed its five year design life in orbit. The satellite continues to deliver imagery that has been proven effective in a wide range of applications including ice reconnaissance, disaster management, oceanography and agriculture. This digital product has been developed at a number of scales (technically pixel spacing) to allow a variety of users the ability to download and use this data.
|Auteur||Government of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Earth Science Sector, Data Management and Dissemination Branch|
|Beheerder||Government of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Centre for Topographic Information (Sherbrooke)|
|department||Natural Resources Canada|
RADARSAT Ortho-rectified Mosaic of Canada, Lambert Conformal Conic, 1000 Metres. Government of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Earth Science Sector, Data Management and Dissemination Branch.
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