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Good Open source alternatives to SeisImager & RES2DINV?
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Actually, there are plenty of alternative DC Inversion software; I hate using res2dinv; unfortunately it's relatively easy to get into. I would have much preferred ZondRes2D for it's user experience. ...

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Methods and Software for Interpolating/Modelling of Stratigraphic Well Data in 2D/3D
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OpendTect may do this, however getting to that stage would be a painful experience. Petrel can do this very easily, however, that is not anywhere near free... If you're a student, your department ...

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What percentage of the earth's surface is covered by 2D or 3D reflection seismic data?
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Perhaps an easier question would be - what percentage of the earth has discovered oil/gas fields! This data should be easier to find than the surveys themselves, and can probably give you a rough ...

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Any historical examples of destructive climate warming?
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Maybe it's outside the scope of your question (I.e. droughts) but the lack of rainfall associated with warming climates does (and is) affecting saline water intrusion along coastal aquifers, which ...

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How accurate are the resistivity values from the electrical resistivity tomography (ERT)?
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Inaccuracies are inherent based on a wide range of variables. In particular, the array type, as well as the inversion will affect the resistivity of any layer or body. Interpreting data based purely ...

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How did the continental plates came above the oceanic plates?
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If I had to guess, I'd attribute the difference to gravitational separation - as you said, continental crust is less dense than oceanic crust. I suppose chemically different magmas would seperate in ...

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