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Abstract

Field trips can be improved by integration of new technologies. Among these, virtual outcrops allow for improved, fast and accurate, perception of geological features. Visualization of other complementary information, like terrain models draped with geology and static and dynamic reservoir models, are also important at providing contextual and across-discipline information. All these techniques are independent of accessibility, weather or light conditions, and together render fieldtrips optimal in terms of learning, safety, costs, and organization.

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2010-09-16
2020-04-03
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