Originally established as Sieur de Monts National Monument in 1916, Acadia was the first national park created from private lands gifted to the public. It is the oldest national park east of the Mississippi River and although Acadia is the fifth smallest national park, it is one of the top ten most visited.
Celebrating the 2016 Centennial of this national treasure, Terra Prints offers this detailed imagery captured by the U.S. Geological Survey’s ASTER satellite. The images depicts the park’s 31,000 acres on Mount Desert Island, 2,900 on Isle de Haut, the Schoodic Peninsula and hundreds of nearby islets.
The image is an example of multi-spectral satellite data combining aspects of both visible and short-wave infrared bands recorded at 30 meter spatial resolution. The data has been sharpened to the sensor’s 15 meter pan-chromatic band to increase resolution and detail of the resulting scene.
TerraPrints.com is pleased to support the Acadia National Park Centennial by producing this brand-new poster depicting the park lands and the rugged neighboring coast of Maine. The print is available in multiple sizes sporting the beautiful Acadia Centennial logo. 5% of the proceeds of all sales of this product will be donated to FOA to further their goals of preserving these lands.
With each satellite map you will get:
Fresh, high-resolution satellite imagery printed on thick 10 mil luster photo paper
FREE Priority Mail Shipping in the United States and FREE Shipping Insurance
Carefully packaged prints in hardened shipping tubes
A truly unique gift idea that will last a lifetime
24 x 36 inches
16 x 24 inches
Offered to you by this Acadia Centennial Partner(s): TerraPrints.com