Supplemental material: Geological data extraction from lidar 3-D photorealistic models: A case study in an organic-rich mudstone, Eagle Ford Formation, Texas
journal contributionposted on 2014-04-10, 00:00 authored by Daniel Minisini, Miao Wang, Steven C. Bergman, Carlos Aiken
Geosphere, June 2014, v. 10, p. 610-626, doi:10.1130/GES00937.1, Animation 1 - Video clip showing the three-dimensional photorealistic outcrop models of the Eagle Ford Formation, scanned around Del Rio (southwestern Texas): DR1, 350 × 15 m, lowermost Eagle Ford; DR4, 160 × 20 m, lower Eagle Ford; DR7, 800 × 20 m, lower Eagle Ford; DR15, 200 × 20 m, lowermost Eagle Ford and underlying Buda Limestone; DR19_1, 400 × 4 m, lowermost Eagle Ford; when present, 10 cm alternating white-black segments on a bar represent a 1-m-long scale. Because the video compresses the images, hence reducing the quality of the models, we suggest that the video clip be viewed in a reduced size. File size is ~105 MB.