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Jul
28

Visualizing the August Solar Eclipse

On August 21st 2017, something special is going to happen in the US skies – a total solar eclipse. The last time this occurred over the Lower 48 was back in 1979, so don't feel too bad if you missed it. I wasn't even born yet! And don't expect to see it again until 2024 either (unless you fancy a 2019 vacation in Argentina). So pack your bags and y...
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Jun
27

Industry Application: Evaluating Offshore Petroleum Opportunities

Each year, the governments of Australia and New Zealand conduct an acreage release program in an effort to promote responsible offshore petroleum exploration within their respective countries. Batole Pty, Ltd., a privately owned oil and gas consultation and investment company, analyzes these acreage offerings for exploration opportunities. The eval...
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Apr
04

Georeferencing Imagery Using Well Locations in Surfer

Over the past few years, many of our Surfer users have requested true georeferencing capabilities inside the Surfer application. The requests we received were focused on having the ability to use internal points within the image to georeference it; where warping techniques can be applied to get a good fit to known ground coordinates. Previous versi...
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Mar
28

Calculating the Average Contaminant Plume Concentration in Surfer 14

I recently ran across an article that was written by an experienced Surfer user, Joseph A. Ricker. The article, A Practical Method to Evaluate Ground Water Contaminant Plume Stability, provides a workflow for determining the average contaminant plume concentration that I thought our Surfer community may find interesting. Below, I've summarized the ...
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Guest — Brittany Bodane
Hi Carlos - Thank you for your question! The data used for the article has some additional rows of data which would explain why yo... Read More
Friday, 08 May 2020 11:09
Guest — Carlos
Dear Katie, thanks for the tips about Mr. Ricker's article. However, I am having trouble reproducing your result. I am using the d... Read More
Thursday, 07 May 2020 19:09
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Feb
15

Supporting the Geoscience Industry - Surfer v14 is Released with Over 200 User-Requested New Features and Improvements

Since 1985, Surfer has served the geoscience community. As the industry shifts and changes, Surfer has kept pace with new features and improvements based directly on feedback from users.

Today marks the 14th release of Surfer and boasts over 200 new features and enhancements. Designed to improve usability, streamline workflows, and ultimately save you time and money, Surfer v14 is an indispensable visualization tool for the geoscience industry.

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