Sand Injectites are complex geological features formed by remobilised liquified sediment being forcibly intruded into surrounding host rocks, typically at shallow subsurface depths. Despite their shallow subsurface depths, injectites can present significant challenges in terms of seismic imaging and interpretation due to their commonly thin nature and chaotic geomorphologies.
The sessions will be taking place on Tuesday 31 May at 08:00 BST (09:00 CEST, 15:00 AWST) and 14:30 BST (15:30 CEST 08:30 CST).
In this webinar Chris Han, Senior Geoscientist will be exploring:
The webinar presentation will be 30 minutes long including a Q&A session. You can post questions in the chat box during the webinar and they will be addressed at the end of the webinar.
Tuesday 31 May | 08:00 BST | 09:00 CEST | 15:00 AWST
Western Hemisphere Tuesday 31 May | 14:30 BST | 15:30 CEST | 08:30 CST
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