Abstract

During the past 10 years, there has been a shift in modelling for geophysical interpretation away from idealized geometrical bodies floating in air and toward fully three- dimensional representations. This transition has been driven by a number of factors, both technological and conceptual. The principal conceptual driver has been the growing recognition of the importance of integrated interpretations. Interpretation is a shared responsibility of geoscientists, the common goal being an Earth model consistent with all available information.

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