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Extended abstracts and presentations of the 2nd international GSI3D conference

01. The Past, Present and Future of GSI3D
Steve Mathers, Hans-Georg Sobisch (INSIGHT GmbH), Ben Wood and Holger Kessler.
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02. Unlocking the potential of geological subsurface models for Engineers
Keith Turner (Colorado School of Mines), Holger Kessler and Martin Culshaw (University of Birmingham)
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03. Application of BGS 3D modelling to regional groundwater resource studies
Keith Seymour and Martin Shepley (Environment Agency of England & Wales)
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04. Applications of attributed 3D geological models in the London area
Kate Royse, Don Aldiss, Ricky Terrington and Jon Ford
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05. The 3D geological and anthropogenic history of the Mersey Corridor
Simon Price, Ricky Terrington, Helen Burke, Dick Crofts and Steve Thorpe
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06. The comprehensive geological 3D subsurface model as a standard tool for addressing questions on water management
Egon Harms (East Friesland Waterboard, OOWV) and Michael Howahr (NOWAC GmbH).
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07. GSI3D goes overseas: building a model of the south Sirte Basin, Libya
Andrew Newell & Ian Gale
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08. Live demonstration of the LithoFrame Viewer, GSI3D V3 bedrock and ESRI toolbox
Holger Kessler, Ricky Terrington, Ben Wood and Gerry Wildman
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09. The 3D Geology of London and the Thames Gateway: a modern approach to geological surveying and its relevance to the urban environment
Jon Ford, Helen Burke, Steve Mathers, Kate Royse and Ricky Terrington
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10. GSI3D and soils - building detailed 3D models of the shallow subsurface
Andreas Scheib and John Williams
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11. GSI3D modelling of the Vale of York: application of the results and 4D interpretation of the glacial geology
Anthony Cooper, Simon Price, Jon Ford, Helen Burke and Holger Kessler
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12. New insights into the superficial geology of the Clyde Basin from GSI3D models
Joanne Merritt, Diarmad Campbell, Katie Whitbread, Andrew Finlayson, Sue Loughlin, Sarah Arkley Mike Browne et al
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13. The development of Chalk catchment ground models in Southern England and Northern France
Neill Hadlow (University of Brighton), Ian Molyneux (University of Brighton), Alex Gallagher and Christian Robelin (Bureau Recherché Geologique et Minières)
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14. 3D subsurface characterization of the Netherlands: results from stochastic modelling
Jan Stafleu, Denise Maljers, Jan L. Gunnink, Armin Menkovic, Freek S. Busschers. (Deltares/TNO Geological Survey of the Netherlands)
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15. The integration of 3D geophysical and geological modelling techniques for investigating buried sand and gravel deposits: an example from the Quaternary Bytham River Terrace of eastern England
Jon Chambers, Helen Burke, Jon Lee, Alan Weller, Paul Wilkinson, and Holger Kessler
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16. ZOOM in to GSI3D: Using 3D geological models to better parameterise groundwater models
Andrew Hughes, Malcolm Graham, Chris Jackson, Majdi Mansour and Thalia Vounaki
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17. The Vision goes on...
Hans-Georg Sobisch (INSIGHT GmbH)
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18. Summing-up
Andy Howard
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Extended Abstracts of the 2nd International GSI3D Conference (high resolution)
This report is a volume of conference abstracts representing the development of 3D modelling in the geological sciences. The technique allows better understanding and prediction of shallow earth processes and is a major step on the way to the goal of living with environmental change.
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Extended Abstracts of the 2nd International GSI3D Conference (low resolution)
This report is a volume of conference abstracts representing the development of 3D modelling in the geological sciences. The technique allows better understanding and prediction of shallow earth processes and is a major step on the way to the goal of living with environmental change.
[Adobe Acrobat PDF 2.11 MB]
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