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TitleIntroduction - three-dimensional geological mapping
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AuthorRussell, H A J; Berg, R C; Thorleifson, L H
SourceThree-dimensional geological mapping, workshop extended abstracts; by Russell, H A J; Berg, R C; Thorleifson, L H; Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 6998, 2011 p. iv-v, https://doi.org/10.4095/289610
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Year2011
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
MeetingThree-dimensional geological mapping workshop; Minneapolis, Minnesota; US; October 8, 2011
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Lang.English
Mediaon-line; digital
RelatedThis publication is contained in Russell, H A J; Berg, R C; Thorleifson, L H; (2011). Three-dimensional geological mapping, workshop extended abstracts, Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 6998
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Subjectshydrogeology; mathematical and computational geology; environmental geology; groundwater; groundwater resources; computer mapping; mapping techniques; modelling; stratigraphic models; basin analysis; geostatistics; land use; regional planning; resource management; hydrochemistry; 3-D mapping; geographic information system; hydrostratigraphic models
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ProgramAquifer Assessment & support to mapping, Groundwater Geoscience
Released2011 01 01
AbstractThis workshop is the seventh in an ongoing series primarily designed to share insights among geological mappers who are maximizing the use of variable and often voluminous subsurface information in order to produce 3D models that map sediment and rock, with an emphasis on the needs of groundwater management. The first workshop in this series was held in Normal, Illinois, ten years ago this past April, (Berg and Thorleifson, 2001). This year's workshop reflects the evolving focus of the series from issues of data quality, datasets, and methods for data collection to a focus at the Geological Survey Organization level on institutional implementation of modelling standards at state, provincial, and national scales. Since the 2009 workshop in Portland two notable outcomes of the workshop series have been published. Firstly, Thorleifson et al. (2010) discussed the emergence of 3D mapping at Geological Survey Organizations (GSO). Secondly, Berg et al. (2011) edited a collection of papers on approaches to 3D geological mapping at several geological survey organizations from Europe, North America, and Australia.
This year's workshop continues the trend of increased focus on work at GSOs with 11 of 15 contributions focused on this subject. The four remaining papers, however, maintain the essential link to research on methods.
GEOSCAN ID289610