Trends in Computer Applications in Structural Geology: 1969–1979

  • E. H. Timothy Whitten
Part of the Computer Applications in the Earth Sciences book series (CAES)

Abstract

A brief review of the journal literature since 1969 (supplementing an earlier review covering 1959–1969) indicates the manner in which computer-based techniques have permeated most fields of structural geology. The biggest new thrust has been in the application of finiteelement methods, which seem destined to play an increasingly important role in structural-geology research.

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Petroleum Uranium Cretaceous Dolomite Miocene 

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  • E. H. Timothy Whitten
    • 1
  1. 1.Northwestern UniversityUSA

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