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Abstract

The three-dimensional nature of salt bodies has historically been a problem in visualization and interpretation. Traditional approaches, based on two-dimensional grids, cannot handle the multivalued surfaces of salt overhangs, lenses, or other features. Some three-dimensional modeling approaches allow multi-valued surfaces, but cannot combine the image of a salt body with surrounding structural layers. These limitations can be avoided by combining appropriate salt modeling techniques with a geospatial structural model.

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1998-06-08
2021-06-14
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