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Geoffrey Maisonneuve, Technical Sales Advisor, explains how to get the most out of high-quality subsurface models, to deliver immediate and critical insights for day-to-day operations. Topics Covered • Turn around high-quality reservoir models • Perform numerous quality control, reporting and validation tasks • Get the most from your model for operational work
A video showcasing our study of geological mapping of terrain using a UAVBeskrivelse
in this video w'll see how to present a Geologic Map in 3D with Google Earth, using Arcgis
Matthieu Quinquet, Technical Director - EMEA-CIS, presents the journey of a reservoir model, from the initial interpreted seismic and geological data all the way to a final flow simulation model. Topics Covered: - Building and preserving accurate reservoir architectures all the way to flow simulation models - Analyzing and understanding the impact of geology on flow estimates - Reconciling 3D model accuracy and ease-of-use through robust and integrated workflows
Geologists look for small, isolated outbreaks of lava and approach upwind. The INSIDER team believes that life is an adventure! Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: https://thisisinsider.com INSIDER on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisisinsider/ INSIDER on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisisinsider/ INSIDER on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisisinsider
A short and simple introduction to importing data into Leapfrog, as well as manipulating the data to make it easier to model. It's the first video in a series of 3 that will be posted on our blog http://blog.leapfrog3d.com
Best descriptive tutorial on generating maps for geologists.
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...
Are you an exploration geologist? Find out exactly how can you use Target to integrate, visualise and analyse all of your surface and subsurface geophysical, geochemical and geological data. See how it can be used to quickly create plan maps, sections, fence diagrams, strip logs, and 3D maps to suit your exploration project. What Will I Learn? • Quality control checks to validate data. • Analysing and visualising your drillhole data. • Integrate your data with other exploration data. • Produce final maps including plans, sections, and 3D maps. This seminar was recorded on 2011-04-05.
Compilation and animation using Trimble SketchUp by: Paul Karabinos, Department of Geosciences, Williams College To read about how this was made download the file: Constructing 3D Block Diagrams, which can be found here: http://web.williams.edu/wp-etc/geosciences/facultypages/Paul/3D_BlockDiagrams_Reduced.pdf Geologic map and cross-sections by: Mudge, M.R., 1968, Bedrock geologic map of the Castle Reef Quadrangle, Teton and Lewis and Clark Counties, Montana, U.S.Geological Survey, Map GQ-711.
I did this one for Stansberry Investment Research, one of the biggest Research and Economics Multimedia platforms worldwide. i had cover several Environmental and Ecology Conservation Assignments, this was very challenging due the reputation that unsustainable mining have, however a person must understand the way that we as humans live in order to overcome unsustainable and unfair industries and natural resources exploitation. Also shooting from the helicopter without a gyro/stabilizer was very difficult. A great assignment.
In this project we have investigated how multirotors can be used in geological mapping, a field of great interest to the petroleum industry. Our idea was that a multirotor can be used for photography as a replacement for using traditional helicopters with cameras or laser-scanners. We have built our own hexacopter with a mounted camera. Pictures taken by this was used to create a virtual 3D model of an exposed stone wall. Our conclusion was that this solution to geological mapping is simpler, safer and more efficient; both from a time and cost perspective.
www.gsi3d.org GSI3D (Geological surveying and investigation in three dimensions) is a methodology and associated software tool for 3D geological modelling which enables you to quickly and intuitively construct 3D solid models of the subsurface for a wide range of applications. The methodology and software has been developed jointly by the British Geological Survey (BGS) and INSIGHT GmbH and is being applied by the BGS, where it is the modelling tool of choice. It is now available on general release as part of the notforprofit GSI3D Research Consortium.
IMPORTANCE OF GEOLOGICAL SURVEY FOR BORE WELL DRILLING Geophysical survey such as electrical resistivity sounding is the best approach. Surveyor sends electrical current into the ground and measures the resistance at various depth. From this measures of resistance or computed bulk resistivity, geophysicist can find out exactly what is below in the subsurface. Without geophysical survey, putting tube wells here and there will not yield groundwater in problematic area. Drilling of a borewell with mear perception is not always giving water. Selection of deep bore well sites must be based on some scientific data by conducting proper examinations. Even some time these data will not give good result. Because the groundwater movement and potential is based on so many parameters. Some...
This video is about Structural geology and tectonics
Petroleum geologists use information gathered from boreholes, geophysical and geochemical data, geological maps, rock samples and remote sensing imagery to decide where to drill for oil and gas and how to optimize the extraction process. For more information on this occupation see www.alis.alberta.ca/occinfo.
Basic Info Geology Location: Bosna i Hercegovina-Republika Srpska-Europa Affiliation: Republika Srpska About: CHIEF GEOLOGIST, GEOLOGY ENGINEREENG Detailed Info Website: www.ad-boksit.com Personal Information: Surname(s) / First name(s)- TODOROVIC / MIROSLAV Address(es)- Milići, Bosnia and Herzegovina, RS E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org E-mail:email@example.com Work experience: Dates-1984 -- 2013 Occupation or position held- CHIEF GEOLOGIST, GEOLOGY ENGINEREENG Main activities and responsibilities- MANAGER OF RESEARCH OF GEOLOGY Name and address of employer-"BAUXITE CORPORATION", MILICI 75446, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA,RS Type of business or sector- LTD-JOINT VENTURE Education and training: Dates-1980 -- 1985 Title of qualification awarded- MASTER OF SCIENCE OF GEOL...
See Mark's latest research into using geological topology in geological analyses and potential applications to mineral systems analysis
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.
IBM Watson and Goldcorp are transforming orebody discovery. Watson is learning to think like a geologist, learning to understand millions of core samples, 3D models, maps, seismic surveys and geological data. IBM Watson is empowering Goldcorp’s geologists to accelerate geological insights and reach new level of certainty. To learn more please visit http://ibm.biz/IBMWatsonGoldcorp
Structural and Field Geology students left no stone unturned on this field trip, which took them to the Wee Jasper region in NSW to develop a geological map and to work out how the region has been deformed. On this nine day trip, students developed their practical skills and the ability to think in 3D – essential skills for any geologist. For more information on Earth and Marine Sciences at ANU, visit here http://science.anu.edu.au/study/bachelor-degrees/earth-marine-sciences