Effective Interpretation of 3D Inversion Results
The significance of dialog & iteration in inversion interpretation
The effective interpretation of 3D inversion results is iterative, requiring scientific dialog. Validating geological and geophysical assumptions used in an inversion with collaborators, is as much a part of the interpretation as inferring structure or picking
In this video, you'll get a glimpse behind the scenes of the process of interpreting inversion results with an illustrative example featuring the Great Whale iron property in Quebec, Canada using VOXI Earth Modelling. This case demonstrates the need for an iterative process revolving around discussion and the assessment of assumptions that go into an inversion.
Learn more about:
- The importance of and the impact that assumptions and iteration makes in an inversion interpretation
- Real example of non-uniqueness and how iterative dialog between geologists and geophysicists can help define plausible inversion models
- How to effectively use the time that VOXI Earth Modelling puts back in the hands of the interpreter