geologic structure

geologic structure

[¦jē·ə¦läj·ik ‚strək·chər]
(geology)
The total structural features in an area.
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With that in mind, we will move 150 kilometers to the southwest to our second planned location to drill the Bliais #1 prospect, an unrelated geologic structure near deepwater Brunei.
It also helped sketch the so-called Tacoma fault zone, a large geologic structure that runs northwest from Tacoma.
Much of the new information about the city's seismic risk comes from a large project launched in March 1998 to explore the hidden geologic structure of the region surrounding Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia.
It is an inspiring geologic structure spanning hundreds of miles from New York State through Ontario to eastern Wisconsin".
Nestled in foothills at 6,000 feet, Roxborough's sandstone ridges are part of the same geologic structure, called the Fountain formation, that contributes to the beauty and popularity of Red Rocks Park (Denver's outdoor amphitheater) and Garden of the Gods, in Colorado Springs.
The focus of well drilling is to discover the geologic structure and to find out oil and gas deposits, as well as to evaluate their commercial significance.
This release also includes principal component analysis filtering, expanding AttributeStudio's comprehensive set of structure-oriented filtering algorithms that reduce noise while preserving geologic structure.
Most of the oil and gas found so far on the North Slope has been across a large, regional geologic structure geologists call the Barrow Arch, which extends from ANWR through the Prudhoe Bay region and the northern NPR-A to Barrow.
The proposed project, known as the Iowa Stored Energy Park (IESP), will use low-cost, off-peak electricity to store air in an underground geologic structure of porous rock.
The CSAMT/MT Survey grid is being situated to be perpendicular to the general northeast (NE) trend of regional geologic structure in the area to allow for more accurate location of structural features in the subsurface.
Cyprus' Block 12 borders Leviathan, in Israel's EEZ, and may be part of the same geologic structure in the Levant Basin.
These depths and multi-parameter data make the system the best option available for obtaining subsurface pre-drilling information related to geologic structure and for the direct detection of mineral deposits any where in the world".