John Howell is running four virtual field trips for FORCE over the autumn. The first two were given over Zoom to audiences of around 200 - there is a lot of interest in this theme. As travel restrictions and physical distancing limit the possibilities for real fieldwork and excursions, exploring virtual 3D environments is one way we can still get to interact with geology and hear field geoscientists describing the rocks! The virtual field trips are being presented in LIME and built around multiple 3D virtual outcrop models in the SAFARI database and public V3Geo repository.
Thanks to John for promoting LIME, and to FORCE and the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate for organising the event. The third event, covering tidal systems takes place on 03 November at 14.00 CET.
We are happy to release the latest version of LIME, now hitting v2.2.2!
Another maintenance version of LIME will soon be released. The team has been busy...
John Howell is running four virtual field trips for FORCE over the autumn.