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Scientific programme - Geological 3D modelling

Scientific programme - Geological 3D Modelling [Download Oral and Poster presentations]

Coordinator: Gerold Diepolder (LfU)
Conveners: Holger Kessler (BGS), Magdalena Bottig (GBA), Òscar Gratacós (UB)

Geology by nature is a three-dimensional science. 3D geological models are the obvious extension of traditional 2D geological maps into the third dimension, portraying subsurface layers, structures, and properties within a 3D volumetric space. 3D models are created by combining geological data, a sound geological interpretational knowledge and mathematical methods.

During the past decade geological surveys and academia have made considerable efforts in applying existing technologies to create 3D models for a wide range of geoscientific issues. However, the results have mainly been deployed and maintained in proprietary formats and in IT environments. With the improvement of web visualization and database tools it is now possible to interconnect and integrate proprietary models from different sources and to provide them to a wider audience of customers, even beyond the geoscientific community.

Tuesday, June 16th. Oral presentations

8.50 - 13.00 Geological 3D Modelling. Session 1. Towards a transnational geodata infrastructure)
Coordinator: Gerold Diepolder (LfU)
Conveners: Holger Kessler (BGS), Magdalena Bottig (GBA)

8.50 - 10.30
Block 1. From isolated applications 
Chair: François Robida (BRGM) and Gerold W. Diepolder (LfU)


Welcome and introduction to the Session.
Gerold Diepolder (LfU); Holger Kessler (BGS), Magdalena Bottig (GBA), François Robida (BRGM)


3D image of the Empordà Basin (NE Spain) obtained from rescued seismic data [5,5 MB]
Beatriz Benjumea, Astrid Ribot, Albert Macau, Anna Gabàs, Ricard Puig, Sara Figueras


Updating the 3D geological model of Catalunya v. 1.0: the northern sector of the Neogene Empordà Basin (NE Catalunya) [6,2 MB]
Oscar Gratacós, Laura Serra, Josep Anton Muñoz, Xavier Berástegui, Joana Mencós


3D Geological modeling of the coastal area in Emilia-Romagna, Italy [5,7 MB]
Lorenzo Calabrese, Luisa Perini, Samantha Lorito, Paolo Luciani, Alberto Martini, Paolo Severi, Annamaria Correggiari, Alessandro Remia


Calculating CO2 storage capacity in an unconformity trap formed at the backlimb of a fault-propagation fold: The Mar Cantabrico-E1 detritic reservo... [2,3 MB]
Jesús García-Senz, Adolfo Maestro, Fernando Bohoyo, Fernando Fernández-Sáez, María Najarro, José Luis García-Lobón, Ana Isabel López-Barrera, Marta Domínguez, Isabel Suárez




Coffee break. Posters

Block 2. .. to cross-border interoperability
Chair: François Robida (BRGM) and Gerold W. Diepolder (LfU)


Introduction to the Block 2
François Robida (BRGM) and Gerold W. Diepolder (LfU)


A 3D Model of the North German Basin – Challenges and approaches [1,9 MB]
Christian Müller, Gabriela von Goerne, Björn Zehner, Stephan Steuer, Fabian Jähne-Klingberg, Stefan Knopf, Gesa Kuhlmann, and Project Group


Cross-border geophysical and geological models between Romania and Ukraine in the Low Danube area [6,4 MB]   
Lucian Besutiu, Mykhailo Orlyuk, Luminita Zlagnean, Andriy Romenets, Ligia Atanasiu, Iryna Makarenko


H3O – a (hydro)geological model that opens the frontier [3,1 MB]
Ronald Vernes, Jef Deckers, Griet Verhaert, Erik Heskes


A team collaboration tool and platform to share 3D geomodels [1,2 MB]  
Paul Gabriel, Jan Gietzel, Helmut Schaeben


The limits of interoperability – model fusion needs more than technical solutions [3 MB]  
Robert Pamer and the GeoMol Team


General discussion and conclusions


Lunch time

14.30-18.30 Geological 3D Modelling. Session 2. How to integrate academic research
Coordinator: Gerold Diepolder (LfU)
Conveners: Holger Kessler (BGS), Magdalena Bottig (GBA)

Block 1. Challenges for academic research
Chair: Holger Kessler (BGS) and Magdalena Bottig (GBA)


Introduction to the Session 2 
Holger Kessler (BGS) and Magdalena Bottig (GBA)


Basement characterization and cover deformation of the Linking Zone (NE Spain) from 2.5D and 3D geological and geophysical modelling [6,5 MB]
Concepción Ayala, Esther Izquierdo-Llavall, Félix Rubio, Emilio Pueyo, Antonio Casas, Belén Oliva-Urcia, Adriana Rodríguez-Pintó, Carmen Rey-Moral, José F. Mediato


Results of academic research for use in the daily business of a Geological Survey – Case study Lower Main Plains (Germany) [3,7 MB]
Hannah Budde, Christian Hoselmann, Rouwen Lehné, Heiner Heggemann


3D geological modelling in Canada: Challenges and opportunities for academic research [3,7 MB]
Martin Ross; Michel Parent; Amanda Taylor; Aaron Bustard, Tyler Hodder


Steps towards a 3D model of the German Baltic Sea area – collaboration with academic research in the USO project [11,5 MB]
Karsten Obst, André Deutschmann, Elisabeth Seidel, Martin Meschede


Multi-institutional co-operations in geosciences as a key for supporting both sustainable land-use management and an efficient daily business of... [2,9 MB] 
Rouwen J. Lehné, Hannah  Budde, Christian Hoselmann


General discussion


Coffee break. Posters

Block 2. Applications in geo hazard assessment and model visualisation
Chair: Holger Kessler (BGS) and Magdalena Bottig (GBA)


Introduction to the Block 2
Holger Kessler (BGS) and Magdalena Bottig (GBA)


3D paleoseismology to obtain net slip-rates for lateral strike slip faults with a reverse component [3,9 MB]
Marta Ferrater, Maria Ortuño, Eulàlia Masana, Hector Perea, Stephane Baize, Raimon Pallàs, Eduardo García-Meléndez, Anna Echeverria, José J. Martínez-Díaz, Tom Rockwell


3D geological model of the central Po plain (Italy): subsurface geopotentials vs geological hazards [5,2 MB]
Francesco E. Maesano, Chiara D’Ambrogi, Fernando Ferri, & the Italian GeoMol Team


Toward open data for borehole database and 3D geological modelling for seismic hazard assessment in the coastal plain adjacent to the Tokyo bay, J... [6,3 MB]
Katsumi Kimura, Masahiro Ooi , Yuki Hanashima and Tsutomu Ochiai


Communicating 3D Geological Models – Innovative techniques of visualization [3,2 MB]
Peter Wycisk, Lars Schimpf


New technologies of 2-D & 3-D modeling for analysis and management of natural resources [5,4 MB]
Eugenia Cheremisina; Anna Lyubimova


General discussion and conclusions


End of the day sessions


Wednesday, June 17th. Oral presentations

Geological 3D Modelling. Session 3. From external sources to external users

Coordinator: Gerold Diepolder (LfU)
Conveners: Gerold W. Diepolder (LfU) and Òscar Gratacós (UB)

8.50 - 10.30 Block 1
Chair: Gerold W. Diepolder (LfU) and Òscar Gratacós (UB)


Introduction to the Session 3 
Gerold W. Diepolder (LfU) and Òscar Gratacós (UB)


Keynote:  From external sources to external users: A review of geological modelling development within National Geological Surveys [2,9 MB] 
Alan Keith Turner


Compilation and dissemination of a digital deep subsurface model of the Netherlands [6,6 MB]
Maryke den Dulk, Hans Doornenbal, Johan ten Veen


3D geological information for professionals and the public – Two examples for providing target group based data sets by the StateGeological Survey... [6,3 MB]
Isabel Rupf & the LGRB 3D-Modelling Team


New geological models from the British Geological Survey [3,8 MB]
Steve Mathers, Holger Kessler


The 3D GeoloGiro [1,3 MB] 
Francesca R. Lugeri, Nicola Lugeri, Gian Vito Graziano, Piero Farabollini, Vittorio Amadio 




Coffee break. Posters

11.00-12.55 Block 2
Chair: Gerold W. Diepolder (LfU) and Òscar Gratacós (UB)


Block 2
Gerold W. Diepolder (LfU) and Òscar Gratacós (UB)


Welcome by the Chair 
Gerold W. Diepolder (LfU) and Òscar Gratacós (UB)


3D geological model to support the management of urban subsurface environment: Bucharest City case study [5,2 MB]
Irina Serpescu, Constantin Radu Gogu, Mohamed Amine Boukhemacha, Dragos Gaitanaru


Preparation of Gocad-Skua models for numerical simulations [2,1 MB]
Ines Görz, Martin Herbst


A voxel model for mineral resources: Loess deposits in Flanders (Belgium) [4,8 MB]  
Tom van Haren; Chris De Groot; Roel De Koninck, Katrien De Nil


Digital Modeling of Heavy Mineral Placer Deposits for Defining of Prospects of Further Deposit Development [3,7 MB]
Nikolay Laverov, Irina Chizhova, Dmitry Khrushchov, Alexander Lalomov


GIS-based 3D geological analysis tools [2,7 MB]  
Mar Alcaraz, Violeta Velasco, Enric Vázquez Suñè


Wrap-up of the 3D Sessions 
Holger Kessler, Gerold W. Diepolder


End Geological 3D Modelling Sessions


Closing ceremony


Farewell drink


End 8th EUREGEO Barcelona’2015

Poster presentations

Coordinator: Gerold Diepolder (LfU)
Conveners: Holger Kessler (BGS), Magdalena Bottig (GBA)

Chairs: François Robida (BRGM), Gerold Diepolder (LfU), Holger Kessler (BGS), Magdalena Bottig (GBA), Òscar Gratacós (UB)

•  3D potential field modelling of Río Tinto area. New insights into its geological structure [4,9 MB]
Jesús García-Crespo, Alejandro Díez-Montes, Concepción Ayala, Teresa Sánchez-García, Carmen Rey, José L. García-Lobón, Félix Bellido, Félix Rubio, José F. Mediato, Santiago Martín-Alfageme.

3D modelling of Santa Olalla de Cala area. New insights into the Cala region [3,6 MB]
Jesús García-Crespo, Teresa Sánchez-García, José F. Mediato, Concepción Ayala, Carmen Rey-Moral, José L. García-Lobón, Félix Bellido, Félix Rubio, Alejandro Díez-Montes, Santiago Martín-Alfageme.

• Digital geological map of Greece in scale 1:1 000 000, harmonized to One Geology Europe. Adonis Photiades, Irene Zananiri.

Workflow for 3D geological modelling in CO2 storage assessment [6,7 MB]
Alicia Arenillas, Ricardo Molinero, Ruxandra Nita, José F. Mediato, Jesús García-Crespo, Manuel Bernat, Silvia Cervel, Carmen Rey, Concepción Ayala, Adolfo Maestro, Fernando Bohoyo, Carlos Marín, Esther Izquierdo-Lavall.

3D geometry of the sedimentary infill in the southern sector of the Guadix basin (S Spain): constrain on the fault activity [2,4 MB]
Ana Ruiz-Constán, Carlos Marín-Lechado, Antonio Pedrera, Jesús Galindo Zaldívar, Carlos Sanz de Galdeano.

Data model for a new digital Quaternary map of Spain 1:1,000,000 (9,6 MB). Ana Sevillano, Juan A. Rodríguez, Ángel Salazar.

• Seismic interpretation and visualisation for a 3D model in the southern Baltic Sea west of Ruegen Island as part of the USO project. André Deutschmann, Martin Meschede, Karsten Obst.

• 3D field model of the Post-Variscan sedimentary succession at the Nogueres (Pyrenees). Andreu Badia, Oriol Oms, José Ángel López, Eudald Mujal.

• 3D seismic data in hydrocarbon exploration: example from the Western Desert (Egypt). Andreu Vinyoles, Pablo Rodríguez-Salgado, Oriol Oms, Eduard Remacha, Jorge Navarro.

Outreach potential of the interaction between 3D model and geological mapping on a web platform [6,5 MB]
Barbara Aldighieri, Bruno Testa; Francesca Romana Lugeri.

On Building Large-Scale 3D Geological Models without Using Map Projections [2,9 MB]
Björn Zehner.

• Groundwater assessment in carbonate aquifers from 3D geological models (Alicante, SE Spain). Carlos Marín-Lechado, José Luis García-Lobón, Sergio Martos-Rosillo, Carmen Rey, Concepción Fernández-Leyva, Ana Ruiz-Constán, Israel Pérez-Ortiz, Antonio Pedrera, Juan Antonio López-Geta.

3D Geological modelling application in a contaminated site (2,5 MB) [2,6 MB]
Christian Formato, Alessio Valente.

New tools for the study of high-resolution digital outcrops oriented to the 3D geological models [4,5 MB]
David García-Sellés, Òscar Gratacos, Josep Antón Muñóz, Pau Arbúes.

• Interpretation and visualization of seismic and borehole data for a 3D model in the southern Baltic Sea, East of Ruegen Island (Germany) as part of the USO project. Elisabeth Seidel, Martin Meschede, Karsten Obst.

• Assessing the potential of imaging spectroscopy applied to geological mapping in the Montsec area (Pyrenees, Spain). Elisenda Costa, Jorge Buzzi, Asunción Riaza, Oscar Fernandez, David García-Sellés, Anna Tardà, Vicenç Palà, Luca Pipia, Josep Anton Muñoz, Jordi Corbera.

• 3D temperature model of the central Po Plain (Italy): subsurface geopotentials. Fabio Carlo Molinari, Giulio Torri, Alberto Martini, the Italian GeoMol team.

• From the interpretation of stereoscopic aerial photographs to the morpho-structural setting. Ivan Marchesini , Michele Santangelo, Francesco Bucci, Mauro Cardinali.

Combined use of cross-sections, seismic and core data to assess CO2 storage capacity and seal geometry in a triangle zone of deformation: The MC-J1... [15,2 MB]
Jesús García-Senz, Adolfo Maestro, Fernando Bohoyo, María Najarro, Fernando Fernández-Sáez, José Luis García-Lobón, Ana Isabel López-Barrera, Marta Domínguez, Isabel Suárez.

• The Ager basin (Eocene, Pyrenees, Spain): Tidal influenced deltas 3D building. Jordi Pérez-Cano, Manel Zamorano, Oriol Oms, Eduard Remacha.

3D gravity inversion of Cala mine (Ossa-Morena zone, Spain) [1,5 MB]
José F Mediato, Concepción Ayala, Teresa Sánchez-García, José L. García-Lobón, Félix Bellido, Félix Rubio, Jesús García-Crespo, Carmen Rey-Moral, Alejandro Díez-Montes, Santiago Martín-Alfageme.

Geological modelling of the Lopín CO2 storage site, Spain [9,1 MB]
José F. Mediato, Jesús García-Crespo, Concepción Ayala(1,2), Esther Izquierdo, José L. García-Lobón, Félix Rubio, Carmen Rey-Moral, Emilio Pueyo.

• The integrated deep geodynamic 3D model of the Pechenga district (Baltic Shield). Konstantin Lobanov, Sharov Nikolay, Chicherov Mikhail, Chizhova Irina.

Brandenburg 3D - GIS goes underground - a geological 3D model for the public [3,2 MB]
Maik Schilling, Christoph Jahnke, Andreas Simon, Thomas Höding.

3D geological model for CO2 storage research in the Central-Eastern Iberian System (Maestrazgo Region, Teruel - Castellón, Spain) [12,7 MB]
Manuel Bernat, Silvia Cervel, Ricardo J. Molinero, Jose F. Mediato.

3D facies modelling strategies in large fan-delta reservoirs and their implications in predictions. Data from Montserrat and Sant Llorenç del Munt... [3,6 MB]
Marc Diviu, Patricia Cabello, Miguel López-Blanco.

• From digital terrain model to shaded relief - practical examples from the Bavarian Environment Agency. Mario Wilhelm.

• 3D-modelling of lithological boundaries from aerial photo-interpretation data. Michele Santangelo, Ivan Marchesini, Francesco Bucci, Mauro Cardinali.

• Three-dimensional geological modelling with GIS integro use. Mikhail Finkelstein, Dmitriy Drovninov, Maxim Churilin.

The role of 3D modelling in the urban geological map of Catalonia [10,6 MB]
Miquel Vilà, Pau Torrades, Roser Pí, David Albalat, Ona Monleon.

Application of 3D modelling for groundwater management around the Cardona diapir [11,1 MB]
Montse Colomer, Ignasi Herms, Georgina Arnó, Victor Camps.

Hydrogeological windows map based on 3D geological model [12 MB]
Oleg Mironov, Irina Galitskaya, Irina Pozdnyakova.

• Combined surface geology and well data: 3D understanding of thick evaporite formation in the Eocene Ebro basin (Manresa - Artés area, Catalonia, Spain). Oriol Oms, Jordi Pérez-Cano.

• Regional tectonic framework, structure and evolution of the Alamein basin (western desert, Egypt) - inferences from 3D onshore reflection seismic data. Pablo Rodríguez-Salgado, Andreu Vinyoles, Oriol Oms, Eduard Remacha, Jorge Navarro.

Cross border 3D modelling - challenges and results of a transnational geothermal project [5,9 MB]
Sascha Görne, Ottomar Krentz.

A 3D database: a way to preserve detailed images of the terrestrial latest Cretaceous geological heritage in Transylvania (Romania) [6,1 MB]
Vlad Codrea, Mihai Dumbrava, Alexandru Solomon, Márton Venczel, Cristina Farca, Ovidiu Barbu.