The Virtual Outcrop Geology Group is a collaboration between NORCE (Norwegian Research Centre), Bergen, Norway, and the University of Aberdeen, UK. The group was established in 2004 and focuses on the study of geological outcrops to address reservoir related challenges, and specializes in the acquisition of outcrop data using novel collection techniques such as laser scanning (lab, terrestrial and helicopter-based), photogrammetry (across the scales: lab, ground, UAVs and boats) and focus on novel means of processing, visualising and extracting information to fully exploit the methods in research and industry...

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Latest News

19th. Feb, 21
Teaching in the Arctic from the comfort of your own home

This week Simon was once again running the virtual outcrop interpretation part of AG-222 at UNIS...

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6th. Oct, 20
New paper in Journal for Geoscience Education

Congratulations to Kim Senger (UNIS) for sticking out...

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10th. Sep, 20
Adapting to virtual teaching in a time of physical distancing

I am really glad we have V3Geo. Last week this was one thing that helped smoothen a last-minute switch...

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