Hyperspectral and GPR Integrated With Photorealistic Models
satellite positioning. Programs are developed to link 3D GPR subsurface information with 3D outcrop models with both standard photo textures and hyperspectral textures draped onto 3D models from TLS scanning. This enables the accurate correlation and verification of surface and subsurface geological information. In addition Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT) is used in part of the area of the GPR mapping to provide another complementary subsurface data set and modeling. This workflow demonstrates the integration and visualization of surface and subsurface information and models which can be used to interpret the geology, in this case rocks of the petroliferous Khuff carbonates. The existence of such an integrated and visualized data set can be reviewed in the office, and eventually merged with other digital data. The integration and visualization of photorealistic, hyperspectral, TLS, GPR and ERT modeling in a GIS environment facilitates their analyses and the interpretations of the geology.