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Oct
14

Geologic History of the Blue Mountains

Peter Hatherly is a longtime Golden Software user (Surfer, and Voxler) who has spent his career as a Geophysicist. Mainly working in coal and iron ore mining as a consultant and in research laboratories for both the government and University of Sydney where he was a Professor of Mining Geophysics. After a successful career Peter has recently retire...
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Aug
09

A Deeper Dive into New England Hydrology with LiDAR

 Earlier this Summer we posted a blog titled: "Visually Striking LiDAR Map Reveals "Hidden" Hydrologic Features" providing an overview of how Surfer can be used to highlight hydrologic features using Lidar data. Recently, we had the chance to follow up with Steve Boynton and we discussed some interesting additions to his hydrologic findings as...
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Jul
06

Reclaim Your Day: Freeing Up Hours with Better Tech

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 Being passionate about your work is both a luxury and an invaluable facet of achieving the best results. A deep focus and attention to detail on projects helps make the workday more engaging and makes the final product that much more gratifying to have achieved. However, many in industries such as hydrology, geology, construction and the envi...
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Jun
16

Visually Striking Lidar Map Reveals “Hidden” Hydrologic Features

Steve Boynton is a long time Golden Software user and beta tester who runs his own consulting company: Subsurface Environmental Solutions LLC. Recently, while catching up with Steve he shared an eye-catching Lidar map he created that strikes a fine line between science and art. Steve was inspired to create this style of map after coming a...
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Aug
26

Archaeologist Uses Surfer to Visualize Maya Fortress Found with Airborne LiDAR

The ability of airborne LiDAR to 'see' through dense forest canopies and reveal long-hidden structures has revolutionized modern archaeology. Nowhere has the impact of laser scanners been more dramatic than the jungles of Guatemala where scientists are gaining new insights into the culture of the Maya people – with help from Surfer's 3D visualizati...
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