Virtual Outcrop Models
CASP geologists use 3D virtual outcrop models (VOMs) to add value to existing field-based data through enhanced geological interpretation, the extraction of data and the delineation and quantification of geobodies.
CASP routinely conduct land- and drone-based photogrammetry surveys and has an established workflow for the creation of VOMs. Drones in particular offer significant advantages over traditional remote sensing systems; they are cost-effective, high resolution, readily transportable and flexible.
In addition to their research value, VOMs enable CASP to offer cost-effective virtual fieldtrips for remote, high-relevance geological analogues that are otherwise inaccessible.
To find out more about the creation and interpretation of VOMs in CASP, please contact [email protected].
CASP reports that have used virtual outcrop models can be seen here.
- How Projects are Designed
- Project History
- Black Sea Project 2019-2021
- Flood Basalt Impact on Hydrocarbon Systems Project 2019-2021
- Dinarides-Hellenides Project 2018-2020
- Late Cretaceous Arctic Source Rock Project 2018-2019
- Barents Shelf Provenance Project 2017-2019
- Uralian Provenance Project 2017-2019
- North Atlantic Margins Evolution Project (NAME) 2017-2019
- Flood Basalt Impact on Hydrocarbon Systems Project 2016-2018
- Black Sea Project 2016-2018
- Data Packages
- Virtual Outcrop Models
- Geological Collections and Data