Chapter 30: Conclusions and Recommendations

Kelsey E. MacCormack, Richard C. Berg, Holger Kessler, Hazen A. J. Russell, Harvey L. Thorleifson

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Abstract

In recent years, there has been agrowing recognition of the societalvalue of geoscience data manage-ment, geological mapping, visualiza-tion, and modelling applications tosupport science-based decision mak-ing to support sustainable resourcedevelopment and public safety. Thisvolume provides an overview of howgeological survey organizations(GSOs) from around the world haveinitiated programs to build 3D geo-logical models, how the models arebeing used, program funding, currentchallenges, and future plans.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication2019 synopsis of current three-dimensional geological mapping and modelling in geological survey organizations
EditorsKelsey E. MacCormack, Richard C. Berg, Holger Kessler, Hazen A. J. Russell, L. Harvey Thorleifson
PublisherAlberta Geological Survey, Alberta Energy Regulator, Edmonton, AB, Canada
Pages306-307
Volume112
ISBN (Print)978-1-4601-3992-9
StatePublished - 2019

Publication series

NameAER/AGS Special Report

Keywords

  • ISGS

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