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6th European Meeting on 3D Geological Modelling

Contributions to the 6th European meeting on 3D Geological Modelling

Copenhagen, Denmark. May 2023

Host: The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland


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Poster abstracts

  1. 2D/3D cartographic display of data in Slovakia - Robert Cibula
  2. 3D modelling of Eocene cly deposits near Friedland, NE Germany - K Obst
  3. Case study at a model site "Green economy park" in Bremerhaven, Germany "Luneplate": High-resolution 3D subsurface models in flow modeling with focus on climate resilience" - Katherine Seiter
  4. Current status of geoframework datasets and 3D databases at the Kentucky Geological Survey - William Andrews
  5. Customization and implementation of a 3D data model viewer for dissemination, distribution, and reutilization of geological models at the Geological Survey of Catalonia (ICGC): use cases for geothermal energy - Ignasi Herms
  6. Geological modelling of the near-surface in support of underground urban planning. Geological Survey of Sweden - Eva Wendelin
  7. Loop: Probabilistic three dimensional geological modeling - Lachlan Grose
  8. Modelling the base of Quaternary deposits in Northwest Germany - Cornelia Wangenheim
  9. Open publication of the voxel model of the shallow subsurface of Antwerp for a sustainable development of the urban area - Katrien De Nil
  10. Systematic modelling of the Jura fold-and-thrust belt (Switzerland): Aims, Methodology and current state of implementation - Eva Kurmann
  11. The urgent need for better mapping, coordination and management of the shallow urban subsurface - Holger Kessler
  12. Towards National Scale 3D Geological Modelling using an Implicit Deep Learning Method - Michael Hillier
  13. Up-to-date, high-quality, policy-relevant subsurface geoscientific information can be fair? - Chiara D'Ambrogi


Session 1 - Geomodelling of the near surface – towards a sustainable society all powerpoint presentations

  1. Geological 3D modelling urban areas - Emilia Kosonen
  2. UK urban subsurface research - Ricky Terrington
  3. near surface 3D modelling in urban areas - Rouwen Lehné
  4. Antwerp's Shallow Subsurface Unlocking Its Potential for a Sustainable Future through Detailed Geological Study and Voxel Modeling - Tom Van Haren
  5. Norway's potential in REE - Claudia Haase
  6. Application of Random Forest Machine Learning for Regional 3D Hydrostratigraphic Modeling - Jesse Korus
  7. Topsoil Groundwater salinization and management within climate change - Nico Deus
  8. Modelling fast and slow - Jan Stafleu
  9. H3O the legacy of a decade of cross border 3Dgeological modelling - Jan Walstra

  10. Session 2 Sustainability - Green Transition all powerpoint presentations

  11. Mid depth basin model for sustainable subsurface use 500 m - Ewa Szynkaruk
  12. SEEMS DEEP geophysics based 3D geomodeling for mineral exploration - Suvi Heinonen
  13. Making the Dutch 3Dgeomodels suitable for the energy transition - Johan Ten Veen
  14. Construction of a provincial scale 3Dgeological model of the western canadian sedimentary basin in Saskatchewan Canada - Karine Bédard

  15. Session 3 - Model dissemination and data management all powerpoint presentations

  16. 3D models as a bridge between science and policy - Abigail Burt
  17. GEUS 3D database present stage and what did we learn - Marianne B Wiese
  18. 3D visualisation of groundwater quality and groundwater quantity contributes to sustainable planning and protection of groundwater - Mariëlle van Vliet
  19. Obtaining a social license for groundwater abstraction at Kurikka aquifer Finland using a community accessible hydrogeological data and software - Niko Putkinen
  20. heading towards integration of 3D data for municipalities GeoCIM trial for Liberec city - Zita Bukovská

  21. Session 4 - Advances in research, trends and innovation in honour of Keith Turner all powerpoint presentations

  22. The importance of memory and listening to stories - Holger Kessler
  23. From field data to 3D model of deep underground environment for future Deep Geological Repository - Ondřej Švagera
  24. Uncertainty assessment of existing 3D geological models - Ingelise Mǿeller
  25. Building on 50 years of geomodelling walking a tightrope between tradition and clean slate - Nicolas Clausolles
  26. Structural modeling with geocognitive processes - Imadeddine Laoici
  27. Making geoscience data and information more accessible in urban environments - Steve Thorpe
  28. Advanced 3D geological modelling at SGU A virtual fly by of key mineral deposits in Sweden - Stefan Luth

  29. Software Demonstrations

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    • IGIS - GeoScene and GeoCloud
    • 3D geomodels using the RESQML v2.2 format
    • Mira Geoscience
    • Visual Karsy
    • GiGa Infosystems
    • Seequent 3D
    • Terranigma
    • GeoAtlas
    • SLB energy transition projects