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StructureSolver at 2016 AAPG Annual Conference and Exhibition, Booth 1120
We will be exhibiting StructureSolver at the AAPG- Annual Conference and Exhibition in Calgary, June 19-22,2016, booth 1120. Click here for a visitor pass to the Exhibition Hall.
New Videos June 2016
New "How-to" Videos
The Linked Structural Modeling in StructureSolver is a powerful way to see the relationship of multiple faults. To set up a system of linked models, you will need to set up your models so that the surfaces match across adjacent models, whether hangingwall-hangingwall, hangingwall-footwall, or footwall-footwall. See how to do this in the Multiple Linked Structural Models video and in the Multiple Thrust Fault Animation video.
There were a number of improvements to the StructureSolver interface in Version 2.1, particularly in the Zoom and Pan interface The instructional videos referencing these features have been updated, including:
Recent Company News
Professor Richard Groshong has agreed to be our Senior Geological Advisor. We have benefited greatly from Rick's expertise and advice and are very glad of his active participation in our research.
We are delighted to welcome geologist Ian McGregor to StructureSolver. Ian recently completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Structural Geology at San Francisco State University, and has already made significant contributions to the technical features of StructureSolver, and improved the user video content.
We also welcome two students interns from Professor Chris Connors Geology program at Washington and Lee University for the summer. Dan Claroni is working with Alan on incorporating erosion in the Structural Modeling, and Stephen Ball will work with Nate on testing and documentation.
Thanks for reading. Please contact us if you have any questions, or would like more information.
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