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by P R LEYSHON,Richard J Lisle BSc MSc DIC PhD
Educated at Birmingham and London Universities, Richard Lisle has lectured at universities in Leiden, Utrecht and Swansea
by P R LEYSHON (Author), Richard J Lisle BSc MSc DIC PhD (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0750624503. Educated at Birmingham and London Universities, Richard Lisle has lectured at universities in Leiden, Utrecht and Swansea. He has published over 70 scientific papers and authored several books on structural geology. He is currently Reader in Structural Geology at Cardiff University.
The stereographic projection is a traditional graphical method which has been widely used to represent fracture orientation data (Lisle and Leyshon 2004 ). The density contour in the stereographic projections is normally. The density contour in the stereographic projections is normally computed by counting the number of fracture data; thus, limitations exist sometimes due to sampling bias, and the interpretation of the geological data may be subjective (Moomivand 2013; Terzaghi 1965). Stereographic projections are generally used for visualization of three-dimensional data in two-dimensional space, and are particularly useful for representing geological structures
Download Citation On May 1, 2005, R. E. Jackson and others published Stereographic Projection Techniques .
Richard J. Lisle, Cardiff University, Peter R. Leyshon, University of. .Lisle and Leyshon have written a fine and comprehensive introduction to a difficult topic. the book is well worth its modest price. Leyshon, University of Glamorgan. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Online publication date: June 2012. Source: Environmental and Engineering Geoscience.
Stereographic Projection Technique P R LEYSHON, Richard J Lisle BSc MSc DIC PhD. 2. Publisher : n Release Date : 3. This book sets out to provide a simple introduction to the subject by means of illustrations and exercises, encouraging the student to visualise the problems concerned in three dimensions. Once an appreciation is gained of the nature of the problem, the formal solution using the projection becomes both logical and straightforward.
By (author) Peter R. Leyshon, By (author) Richard J. Lisle . The stereographic projection is an essential tool of the structural geologist which allows three-dimensional orientation data to be both represented and manipulated. It provides a way of graphically displaying the data collected, which is essential for the recognition and interpretation of patterns of preferred orientation. This book allows the student to see the underlying principle of the stereographic method, rather than simply learning the method as a set of cookerybook procedures. The book comes with a free computer disk.
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Stereographic Projection Techniques In Structural Geology by. Peter R. Leyshon, Richard J.
Items related to Stereographic Projection Techniques for Geologists. Lisle and Leshon have written a fine and comprehensive introduction to a difficult topic. Richard J. Lisle Richard J. Lisle Peter R. Leyshon. Richard Lisle Stereographic Projection Techniques for Geologists and Civil Engineers. ISBN 13: 9780521535823. The visualization of three-dimensional structures and orientations of planes and lines within those structures is well described and the book is well worth its modest price. Published by Cambridge University Press CUP. ISBN 10: 0521535824 ISBN 13: 9780521535823. Lisle, Peter R. Rev. ed. of: Stereographic projection techniques in structural geology, Peter R. Includes bibliographical references (p. 109) and index. Stereographic projection techniques.