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A ‘geological model’ is a representation of the geology of a particular location. ‘The form of the model can vary widely and include written descriptions, two-dimensional sections or plans, block diagrams, or be slanted towards some particular aspect such as groundwater or geomor-phological processes, rock structures and so orf (Fookes 1997, p. 294). Formal creation of a geological model is one of the fundamental processes by which geologists, geomorphologists and other Earth scientists assemble an understanding of the ground conditions at a site. It is a powerful and cost-effective vehicle for conveying this understanding, often in simplified...

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