Practical methods for large multi-parameter 3D inversion models

Tools are now readily available to independently invert in 3D multiple geophysical dataset covering large areas at high resolution. The resulting models, however, can present dauntingly large volumes which can be challenging to display, integrate and interpret in an effective fashion.

In this talk, Peter Diorio, from GeophysicsOne Inc. introduces some simple tools to integrate such multi-parameter models and display them in a geologically intuitive manner.

Illustrations are presented using 3D density and susceptibility models calculated using public domain airborne gravity gradiometry and mag data collected over the McFauld’s Lake chromite-Ni-Cu camp in northwestern Ontario.

This seminar was originally presented and recorded at the Canadian Exploration Geophysical Society (KEGS) meeting on 2014-09-09.

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