Cambridge Geoconsultants Ltd.
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From Geological maps to 2D cross-sections and 3D subsurface modelling, CGC's geological modelling methods rely on old school field geological techniques and new-age mapping and modelling apps.

Field Mapping in Hostile Terrains

CGC's has a dedicated team of field geologists that have many years of field mapping experience behind their backs.
From Antarctica's freezing conditions to the deserts of Africa, our field geologists have the skills and expertise to brave all conditions.
For mapping projects in environmentally or politically hostile areas please contact us and we would be delighted to be of service.

CGC has a data library of global geological maps of varied resolutions. With its umbilical ties to the University of Cambridge, CGC has ready access to publications as old as geology itself giving us the unique advantage to assess any global region for potential fields using the ready geological maps.


Vectorisation and analysis of RV data within GIS programs form the essential first steps of geological modelling. CGC's team is proficient in GIS techniques using them as stepping stones for integrated modelling workflows.

In addition to lithostratigraphic modelling, GIS Models are also regularly used as an input for seismic velocity modelling and density modelling within the seismic processing and gravity interpretation workflows respectively.


GIS tools assist in primary data display and statistical analysis of 2D and 3D data. CGC takes the inherent GIS functions and integrates them with new-age 3D modelling functions offered through various 3D modelling software (Geomodeller, GSI, FEM and DEM) to achieve precise geological models of the subsurface. Challenges faced during the structural interpretation of complicated geological regions are easily overcome by the experience that backs CGC's team of geoscientists who are proficient in using their integrated knowledge of field and computational geology.