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  1. Horizon assignment

    According to GMS wiki: "Horizons are numbered in the order that the strata are “deposited” (from the bottom up)" Using the command "auto assign horizons", i realized that GMS does´t follow that logic. If i understand it right, than GMS should start at the deepest Borehole and assigns horizon numbers. In my case it seems to choose the highest borehole(in elevation) in the area and starts assigning the horizons . As this borehole is also shallow a huge error is introduced, as horizon 1 is located high in the landscape and GMS, according to its algorithm(horizon to solids), fills up the areas below horizon "1" with its corresponding unit. Thereby it ignores all deeper occuring layers eventhough they are specified in the crosssections manually. Is there a bug in the program or is it simply a misunderstanding of mine? Looking forward for answers!
  2. problem horizon to solids

    Thanks Sean, when I manipulate the shallow boreholes to extent them to deeper areas, results get better and layering is introduced in deeper parts aswell. So that helped, Thanks!
  3. problem horizon to solids

    Hi, I want to create solids from a rather complex geological environment with some thin layering (2m) throughout the domain. Once i do the conversion from horizons to solids and use borehole data and manually created crossections, the realization diminishes the finer layering structure at the bottom of my geological model exten. But keeps the finer layers in the upper parts of the domain This problem seems to occur after a certain depth where one major unit erroneously takes over the lower parts of the solids. Anyone, who has some suggestions for a solution?
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