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Posters ESSI2.3

ESSI2.3

Maps to Models – advances in 3D/4D geoscience interpretation techniques and methodologies
Orals
 / Tue, 09 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Room R5
 / Thu, 11 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room R14
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 11 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Red Posters

Attendance Time: Thursday, 11 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Red Posters
Chairperson: Roland Baumberger
R216
EGU2013-904
Considerations on voxelization techniques for 3D geological and geophysical modeling using borehole data and seismic section interpretation - examples from Little Hungarian Plain, Pannonian Basin
Edina Bartakovics, Zsófia Koma, Balázs Székely, Gábor Kovács, András Zámolyi, and Gábor Tímár

R217
EGU2013-5988
Handling and quantifying uncertainty in geological 3D models: A methodological approach based on remote-sensing and field work.
Roland Baumberger, Philip Wehrens, and Marco Herwegh

R218
EGU2013-2281
Empirical assessment of the uncertainty in a 3-D geological framework model
Murray Lark, Steve Mathers, Steve Thorpe, Sarah Arkley, Dave Morgan, and Dave Lawrence

R219
EGU2013-5080
Innovative 3D and 4D geological interpretation, modelling and visualisation techniques for subsurface characterisation of complex industrial sites - examples in the UK nuclear industry
Nicholas Smith, John Shevelan, David Hodgetts, and William Head

R220
EGU2013-10978
Processing and Visualization of Borehole data in GIS
Lucie Kondrova

R221
EGU2013-4721
Delivery mechanisms of 3D geological models - a perspective from the British Geological Survey
Ricky Terrington, Antony Myers, Ben Wood, and Baneet Arora

R222
EGU2013-5349
Contribution of seismic processing to put up the scaffolding for the 3-dimensional study of deep sedimentary basins: the fundaments of trans-national 3D modelling in the project GeoMol
Laure Capar and the GeoMol project team

R223 EGU2013-11367
Problems and challenges of 3D modeling of regional geological structures in the Precambrian bedrock - a case study from the Outokumpu area, Finland (withdrawn)
Eevaliisa Laine, Kerstin Saalmann, and Esko Koistinen

R224
EGU2013-179
From new generation of remote sensing geological maps to 3-D model: the Central Kyzylkum (Western Uzbekistan) is taken as example
Elena Sidorova