For many applications of layered or stratified geology, the interactive interpretation techniques discussed in Chapter 6 are more than we need. For these relatively simple situations there are much less input-intensive ways of achieving a 3D characterization of geology, provided we have sufficient information to define the principal geological surfaces. We can then instruct the computer to fill the spaces between surfaces with suitably shaped volume model components.
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- Geological Modeling from Surfaces
MSc (Eng.), P.Eng. Simon W. Houlding
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