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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
Online Training "Master the Geotechnical Module" Register Free Today - http://www.keynetix.com/UTGeoModuleTraining AutoCAD Solid Geology This video was created Using AutoCAD Civil 3D and HoleBASE SI Extension for Civil 3D. The surfaces can also be created with the Autodesk Civil 3D Geotechnical Module This video shows how you can create a Solid Geology Model in AutoCAD Civil 3D by taking two surfaces and extruding them in a certain way. The video goes through the process twice on different geology layers so you can see how to apply it to models with more than one Geology layer. The video finishes by showing how a AutoCAD section plane with addition Jog points can be used to create impressive 3D fence diagrams from the 3D Geology Model. This technique can be used for exporting solid ...
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...
Groundwater modeller, Dr Andrew Hughes, explains how the British Geological Survey uses its sub-surface data as a basis to understand and simulate: 1) Flow and storage of water in the Thames Basin using a linked model system based on OpenMI (www.openmi.org) 2) Hypothetical CO2 injection and storage onshore/offshore
Best descriptive tutorial on generating maps for geologists.
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.
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
Staff and students on a geological mapping field trip to the North West Highlands of Scotland describe the importance of fieldwork when studying for a Geology or Earth Sciences degree. http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/gees/courses/undergraduate/earth-sci.aspx
OpenWebGIS offers to get acquainted with interactive geological map in 2D and 3D. (http://opengis.dlinkddns.com/gis/opengis_eng.html?openwebgis=MndKhD2vEfKuHNqETFwf8Wl2) Map was got from OneGeology (http://www.onegeology.org/home.html). OneGeology's aim is to create dynamic digital geological map data for the world. It is an international initiative of the geological surveys of the world who are working together to achieve this ambitious and exciting venture. Mission of OneGeology: 'Make web-accessible the best available geological map and other geoscience data worldwide at the best possible scales, starting with at least 1:1 million scale.' Name of offered map is CGMW Bedrock and Structural geology. Abstract : BRGM World - Commission for the Geological Map of the World - 1:50,000,000 scal...
by Morten Bendiksen Drawing three dimensional models of geological phenomena is today a process requiring training in specific programs and can be very time consuming. For illustration and communication of geological concepts, geologists therefore often limit themselves to drawing on paper or to two dimensional drawing applications. We propose an approach for making rapid geologic illustrations in 3D. The novel idea for the approach consists of sketch based input on a cube in order to create a layered geological structure. Details can be added to the layers by sketching geological concepts such as rivers, mountains and valleys. Sedimentary deposits can be created through a procedural modeling approach. Awareness of the geologic domain enables a sparse amount of input strokes to be interp...
The film provides an overview of Geological Survey of India
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
This video is about Structural geology and tectonics