Mapping Deformation: Representing a 4D problem in 2D
We are excited to see that our paper on structural mapping is now available (open access) on the GSL Special Publication website . Our thanks to Rob Butler, Taija Torvela and Lucy Williams for a great meeting back in 2021 and for getting this volume published.
This paper provides more information on our databases and how they can be used in resource exploration across the energy transition.
PIVOT 2023 - Building a Geothermal Resources Map for the World
We are excited to be part of this year's PIVOT meeting on geothermal energy.
On September 13 Paul will be part of a panel discussing Project Innerspace's Phase 1 Geothermal Resources map for the World. This will cover a range of databases including heat flow, depth-to-basement, crustal thickness, faulting and folding, igneous activity, and crustal architecture.
When finished, this will be an amazing open resource that will help accelerate the exploration and exploitation of geothermal energy.
PIVOT 2023 extends from Monday, September 4 – Friday, October 6, with an impressive agenda of speakers and topics.
Further information about PIVOT 2023 and how to register (for free!) can be found here: https://www.projectinnerspace.org/pivot2023
Registration will give you access to the full agenda of events and speakers.
For further information about our tectonics databases, please click here.
2023 Paleogeography Map Legend
The 2023 edition of the Knowing Earth Paleogeography Map Legend for ArcGIS is now available online. This is part of our internal GIS resources which we are making open to students, researchers and the community at large in order to facilitate the development of Earth System science. If you have requests or suggestions please let us know.
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