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Visualising the subsurface: from 2D to 3D

"Improved resolution and clarity in remote sensing satellite imagery helps geoscientists to build models in hostile terranes, not only of the surface of the earth, but also the subsurface."
This article appeared in Vol. 4, No. 2 - 2007

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