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Complex Fault Geometry Is Delicious

There’s a lot of frustration and restarting and re-coding and waiting inherent in numerical modeling. Once everything works, running the models needed to answer a given question is just a matter of processing time, but up until that time when … Continue reading

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The Perils of Fault Meshing

Anyone who follows me on Twitter has surely seen me kvetching a whole lot about fault meshing lately. I figure, given my whines and curses, that I owe you all an explanation of what exactly it is that I’ve been … Continue reading

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