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Geological modelling and interpretation

Geological modelling and interpretation

Three concentrations withing plume shown as iso-surfaces. Various data (water mineralizations. contamination concentrations, mineral concentrations, etc.) can be visualized in similar manner. Half of the satellite map is given as a reference.

Top surface based on 3D seismic data. Thicknesses of the geological layers known from well data are interpolated. Bottom structural surface calculated from upper surface and layer thickness data. Wells, cross sections and couple of top surfaces are shown.

Thickness maps of target formations based on well data. Depth map of the Formation-1 top and cross section are given too. 

Did you ever wonder how QAPF diagram would look like if colored ‘real life colors’? Feel free to use this image for your personal needs as long as it is kept original. If higher resolution needed – contact us. 

QAPF diagram for volcanic rocks colored ‘real life colors’. Feel free to use this image for your personal needs as long as it is kept original. If higher resolution needed – contact us. 

The only data source used for this model is scanned geological paper map. Ground elevation surface and separate structural geological layers are created. Few upper geological layers removed for better visualization

Known formation tops at the well points tied to surfaces interpreted from seismic and well data. Gamma ray logs shown at well sections. The map of Horizon-1 (i.e. top of Formation-1) and the position of cross section given too.   

Fault planes shown by different colors. Half of the ground surface shown for better fault exposure.

Geological layer surfaces based on 2D seismic and well data

Gabbroic rocks classification scheme colored ‘real life colors’. Feel free to use this image for your personal needs as long as it is kept original. If higher resolution needed – just contact us. 

Detailed carbonate rock lithology data shown in a column and described. Conodont species data important for stratigraphical subdivision is also given

Cross section, simplified and filled with various rock patterns for illustration purpose

Satellite map draped over ground elevation surface. The elevation contour lines are also shown. 

Ultramafic rocks classification scheme colored ‘real life colors’. Feel free to use this image for your personal needs as long as it is kept original. If higher resolution needed – just contact us. 

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