4 Geological Visualisations
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There are currently eight distinct visualisation techniques
available in order to display the geology of an area (block diagrams; voxel
views of specific lithologies, surface maps of the geology and or topography
vertical sections; boreholes; 3D drapes of the geology over a topography
and 3D views of a single layer within the stratigraphy).
The geology may be viewed for any volume or area of rock
at any scale. The default block is a rectangular volume with diagonally
opposite corners defined by 0,0,0 and 10000, 7000,5000 metres X,Y,Z respectively.
By default each new representation of a given type, such as a block diagram, will overwrite the contents of the previous window, so as not to produce too many windows, however a new window for each drawing may be made if the New Window for each Stage option in the Geology Display Options window is selected.