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StructureSolver Version 3.0 was released December 2017.
Highlights of Version 3.0:
Please contact us for more information.
We will be exhibiting StructureSolver at the AAPG Annual Conference and Exhibition in Salt Lake City, May 20-23, booth 907. Please visit us for demonstrations of Version 3.0 and the new component restoration feature.
We will be presenting our recent research on modeling the geometric effects of erosion on growth strata in extensional and contractional fault-related folds:
"Incorporating Erosion Into Structural Forward Models: Reconstructing Burial and Deformational Histories From Angular Unconformities in Growth Strata". N. Eichelberger, A. Nunns, D. Claroni, S. Ball, I. McGregor, R. Liu.
Wednesday 8:05 a.m., Ballroom F., Theme 5: Structural Geometry, Evolution, and Strain Modeling - Integrated Geomechanical, Geometrical and Analogue Based Approaches.
The presentation includes examples from Bohai Bay, the subAndes in Peru, the Junggar Basin and the Outeniqua Basin. The examples all use StructureSolver to model unconformities and inversion structures in these examples.
Please visit us at the StructureSolver booth 907 to learn more about workflows in StructureSolver. You may also contact us to arrange a demonstration.
StructureSolver Houston Office: We have relocated our main office to Houston, TX, to provide better support to our customers in this area.
We also welcome a new member of our team: Peter Hargrove joined us in December 2018. Peter is a structural geologist with considerable experience in the Gulf Coast.
The StructureSolver-TGS presentation at the AAPG 2017 Annual Conference and Exhibition
"Quantitative Structural Analysis of Newly Acquired Data From Mexican Ridges Fold Belt, Western Gulf of Mexico", by N Eichelberger, A. Nunns, C. O'Reilly, R. Dirkx, I. Yarbuh, and D. Bate.
has been selected by the Geological Society of America as one of the very top ranking presentations at AAPG 2018 Annual Meeting. It will be presented in the 2018 GSA meeting this November as a “Best of AAPG” presentation.
Thanks for reading. Please contact us if you have any questions, or would like more information.
The StructureSolver Teamwww.structuresolver.com
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