Avoid “Nintendo Mapping” and learn how to make accurate subsurface maps by taking Richard Banks’ Essentials of Subsurface Mapping, April 30 – May 1, 2009.  For an overview, watch the video (below).  Please register today.

Course Description

Compare and contrast various methods of contouring, by hand or by computer, single surface or multi surface, nonintersecting or intersecting surfaces, faulted or non-faulted. You will spend about half of your time contouring single surface, multi surface and faulted problems and comparing your results to those same problems contoured by the computer (computers not used in class – computer-generated samples will be shown by instructor.)

INSTRUCTOR :
Richard Banks, Scientific Computing Applications, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma

DATES:
April 30 – May 1, 2009
LOCATION:
Houston, TX
TUITION:
Member: $825.00 • Nonmember $925.00

Objectives

  1. Gain new insight into techniques of hand contouring
  2. Be able to generate contour maps by hand
  • Single surface
  • Multi surface
  • Faulted
  1. Learn the methods used by computers to generate contours
  2. Learn how to assess the veracity of computer contoured maps
  • Single surface
  • Multi surface
  • Faulted
Your educational and professional goals matter to us.  Please contact us with questions and suggestions.

Your educational and professional goals matter to us. Please contact us with questions and suggestions.

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