- published: 23 May 2011
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The 3D modelling of the Earth's subsurface helps reduce costs and improve knowledge for research into: water mineral and energy resources carbon storage natural hazard prediction environmental prediction More about BGS 3D modelling at: http://www.bgs.ac.uk//services/3Dgeology/home.html
The Augmented Reality Sandbox allows students and the public to interact with a miniature landscape, sculpting mountains, valleys, rivers and even volcanoes, with off the shelf readily available parts. Topographic maps are crucial tools used by geologists, geographers and adventurous hikers. A newly-built apparatus at UCLA makes topographic maps fun and interactive for everyone by projecting them in 3D.
Best descriptive tutorial on generating maps for geologists.
A video showcasing our study of geological mapping of terrain using a UAVBeskrivelse
This animation describes how Cone Penetrometer Test (CPT) data can visualized and modeled in 3D. This data can be useful for both engineers (for construction applications) and geologists (to analyze soil and groundwater contamination pathways). For more information please email Jim Depa at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the St. John-Mittelhauser & Associates website at www.st-ma.com.
This is a very basic presentation for students or geologists just starting to explore 3D Geologic Modeling. I have used point data to create grids using six different gridding methods. Isopachs from the each of the grid files are then presented. You can now compare and choose the best gridding method for your resource estimation. This presentation uses point data. In the next presentation, I will use little complicated drillhole data to create the maps.
The geological maps seen in these visualizations are constructed using data from a publication titled "Geologic Map 180" created by the Utah Geological Survey, a division of the Utah Department of Natural Resources (we have obtained permission from the UGS to use this publication as a basis for our visualization). The maps are authored by Hellmut H. Doelling of the Utah Geological Survey in the year 2001. The elevation surface of the region is modeled from the National Elevation Dataset using 10m spaced data points and Landsat natural color mosaics are applied as surface textures in the non-geographic overlay version of the animation. Our visualization begins with a north-up overhead view of an area of Utah between Green River and Moab. The La Sal mountains are in the lower right portio...
The TNO Geological Survey of the Netherlands is the Netherlands’ central geoscientific information and research center. With a new role as the national data repository for the Netherlands, the conduit through which all geological information is passed for business and research, it’s unique comprehensive mapping of the entire Netherlands in 3D, and it’s role in supporting business in finding and managing Hydrocarbon drilling, the TNO Geological Survey of the Netherlands is a leading example of how effective and essential the role of a geological survey is for any region. http://www.en.geologicalsurvey.nl
Explanation of how a faulted anticline would appear on a geological map. Supporting the geological skills and AS maps section of A-level geology. This is a tough topic as it requires 3D and 2D thinking at the same time. Sorry about the audio quality, but hope it doesn't spoil the information.
In this webinar you will learn how to give new life to old oilfields using the new and upcoming features in GeoGraphix: Create robust 3D geomodels incorporating sequence stratigraphic and petrophysical interpretations Interpret geophysical surfaces, velocity models, and predicted petrophysical inversion attributes Combine geological and geophysical interpretations into a comprehensive geomodel Visualize integrated interpretation and pick new drilling locations in 3D