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Digital Mapping and 3D Visualization/Modelling of Subsurface Geology Using ArcGIS 9.2 and Well Log Data - INF 136

Digital Mapping and 3D Visualization/Modelling of Subsurface Geology Using ArcGIS 9.2 and Well Log Data - INF 136

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This is a step-by-step instruction manual of digital mapping and 3D visualization/modelling of subsurface geology using ESRI ArcGIS software and well log data. ArcGIS makes it possible to derive almost all of the building blocks for 3D visualization/modelling, including 3D wellbores, geological surfaces, cross-sections, fence diagrams, block diagrams, faults and geological solids, from a single shapefile with well log data, including well locations (x and y coordinates) and picks for geological formation tops (z value). The ArcGIS components include ArcMap, ArcScene and ArcCatalog applications and extensions, including 3D Analyst, Spatial Analyst and a third-party extension called XTools Pro that was developed by Data East, LLC of Russia. Simulated well log data, including formation picks and interpolated surfaces, derived from the Peace River Arch region in northwestern Alberta, are provided to assist with using the manual. Base map data, including rivers, roads, urban areas and a satellite image, are also included as an exercise.
This is a step-by-step instruction manual of digital mapping and 3D visualization/modelling of subsurface geology using ESRI ArcGIS software and well log data. ArcGIS makes it possible to derive almost all of the building blocks for 3D visualization/modelling, including 3D wellbores, geological surfaces, cross-sections, fence diagrams, block diagrams, faults and geological solids, from a single shapefile with well log data, including well locations (x and y coordinates) and picks for geological formation tops (z value). The ArcGIS components include ArcMap, ArcScene and ArcCatalog applications and extensions, including 3D Analyst, Spatial Analyst and a third-party extension called XTools Pro that was developed by Data East, LLC of Russia. Simulated well log data, including formation picks and interpolated surfaces, derived from the Peace River Arch region in northwestern Alberta, are provided to assist with using the manual. Base map data, including rivers, roads, urban areas and a satellite image, are also included as an exercise.

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ERCB/AGS Information Series 136
Digital Mapping and 3D Visualization/Modelling of Subsurface Geology UsingArcGIS 9.2 and Well Log Data
 
 
ERCB/AGS Information Series 136
Digital Mapping and 3DVisualization/Modelling of Subsurface Geology Using ArcGIS 9.2 and Well Log Data
S. Mei
Energy Resources Conversation BoardAlberta Geological SurveyMarch 2008
 
 
ERCB/AGS Information Series 136 (March 2008)
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©Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Alberta, 2008ISBN 978-0-7785-6944-2The Energy Resources Conservation Board/Alberta Geological Survey (ERCB/AGS) and its employeesand contractors make no warranty, guarantee or representation, express or implied, or assume any legalliability regarding the correctness, accuracy, completeness or reliability of this publication. Any digitaldata and software supplied with this publication are subject to the licence conditions. The data aresupplied on the understanding that they are for the sole use of the licensee, and will not be redistributed inany form, in whole or in part, to third parties. Any references to proprietary software in thedocumentation, and/or any use of proprietary data formats in this release, do not constitute endorsementby the ERCB/AGS of any manufacturer's product.When using information from this publication in other publications or presentations, due acknowledgmentshould be given to the ERCB/AGS. The following reference format is recommended:Mei, S. (2008): Digital mapping and 3D visualization/modelling using ArcGIS 9.2; Energy ResourcesConservation Board, ERCB/AGS Information Series 136, 43 p.
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