Reply to discussion by J. N. Hutchinson on the paper “Property attribution of 3D geological models in the Thames Gateway, London: new ways of visualising geo-scientific information”

  • K. R. Royse
  • D. C. Entwisle


Geological Model Desk Study Understandable Form Geotechnical Information Property Attribution 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.British Geological SurveyKingsley Dunham CentreKeyworthUK

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