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RECONSTRUCTING GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURES USING GEOPHYSICAL MODELLING AND INVERSION
(For Mineral, Metal, Oil&Gas, Water, Geotechnical And Environmental Explorations)

NEWS

September 2021

Congratulations to Aurania!
Please check out the press release of Aurania Resources Ltd. about 3D magnetic (MVI) and MobileMT inversions done by Geotexera and drill-hole results from the links below:

Aurania Resources press release (Sep. 13, 2021)
Aurania Resources press release (Sep. 27, 2021) 

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UNSTRUCTURED MESH
Real data need real models

At Geotexera, unstructured (triangular and tetrahedral) meshes are used for geophysical inversions and modellings. This new technique allows us to easily and accurately add borehole information, geological contacts, high-resolution topography, and surfaces (generated by Leapfrog and GOCAD,...) to our models to obtain reliable results.

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GEOPHYSICAL INVERSION

Today, in mineral, oil&gas, water, geotechnical and environmental explorations, new problems and challenges need new and modern solutions. We use different advanced geophysical inversion (independent, joint and constrained) methods to image and reconstruct geological structures from geophysical data (such as magnetic, gravity, gravity gradiometry, magnetotelluric and first arrival travel-time seismic data).

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FORWARD MODELLING

Forward modelling is one of the methods for interpretation in which geophysical data will be synthesized based on physical properties and geometries. This method can help us find the size and contribution of geological structures in geophysical data.

Geophysical Machine Learning
MACHINE LEARNING

Machine learning methods can be used for producing (or improving) geological maps as well as predicting subsurface resources. For this purpose, we use both unsupervised and supervised machine learning methods on geophysical, geochemical, radiometric, geological and remote sensing data. 

A Brief Review of tools and methods

(We use all of them to provide you with the most reliable results ...) 

MESHES

Unstructured meshes (triangular for 2-D and tetrahedral for 3-D

Rectilinear meshes (the old conventional one)

We prefer and recommend (new) unstructured meshes not only because of their higher accuracy but also it is time to move on to real models!

-To learn more about methods (from papers), click on underlined words.

ABOUT US

Our experienced Geophysicists provide accurate, detailed and reliable images of the underground by applying the most advanced modelling and inversion methods and techniques to geophysical data. We are collaborating with academia to keep our tools and methods up to date.