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SEG 2017: Visit StructureSolver at Booth 907
We will be exhibiting StructureSolver at the SEG- Annual Conference and Exhibition in Houston, September 24-27, booth 907. Click here to request a visitor pass to the Exhibition Hall Monday 25 Septemberl through Wednesday 27 September
We will also be presenting papers covering some of our new research in the Structure and Geomechanics Session Monday afternoon (see below for details).
Our Integrative Approach to Structural Analysis Applied to a Complex Structure in a sub-Andean Basin
This video shows the power of integrating different structural analysis methods in StructureSolver. In this study of a line across the Uyacali sub-Andean basin, we use sequential restoration, structural modeling, and animation to understand the evolution of the structure as well as acquire additional quantitative information. The structure includes an early phase of rifting, followed by two phases of contraction and erosion. The video also highlights some of the recent enhancements to StructureSolver, including:
Research and Publications
Eichelberger, N. W., Nunns, A. G., Groshong, R. H., Hughes, A. N., 2016. Direct Estimation of Fault Trajectory from Structural Relief. (in press). AAPG Bulletin.
AAPG Annual Conference and Exhibition Structure/Geomechanics: Contractional Structure and Tectonics. Monday 3 April, 2017. 10:30 a.m.
N. Eichelberger, A. Nunns, C. O'Reilly, R. Dirkx, I. Yarbuh, D. Bate. Quantitative Structural Analysis of Newly Acquired Data From Mexican Ridges Fold Belt, Western Gulf of Mexico. Click here to read abstract in new window. (Abstract may download, depending on your browser settings)
AAPG Annual Conference and Exhibition Structure/Geomechanics: Geomechanics. Monday 3 April, 2017. 4:45 p.m.
Geoconvention 2017, Calgary, AL., Canada Frontier Basins 2. Tuesday 16 May,, 1:25 - 4:15 p.m.
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The StructureSolver Teamwww.structuresolver.com
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