Because of the high precision of present-day GPS and reflectorless laser technology, geologic information and remotely sensed data (i.e., seismic and GPR grids, wells) can be positioned accurately in 3-D and reconstructed as a virtual image. Hence, we have developed the “virtual outcrop” for applications that require knowledge about the 3-D spatial arrangements of rock types.
X. Xu et al., "Creating Virtual 3-D Outcrop," Leading Edge, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 197-202, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Feb 2000.
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