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I018 Integrating Digital and Traditional Field Techniques Using Virtual Reality Geological Studio (VRGS) D. Hodgetts* (University of Manchester) R.L. Gawthorpe (University of Manchester) P. Wilson (University of Manchester) & F. Rarity (University of Manchester) SUMMARY EAGE 69 th Conference & Exhibition — London UK 11 - 14 June 2007 The need for integrated quantitative outcrop data collection has been driven by the requirement to improve the geological models and geostatistical data needed for reservoir characterisation in order to improve recovery. This outcrop data collection in a three dimensional framework has also led to the development of virtual outcrop analogue datasets

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2007-06-11
2020-07-10
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