Once a geological model has been created, five subfolders become available under the geological model heading.
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0:00 – Introduction to the Geological Model Structure in the project tree
0:25 – The Boundary folder – options for customising a model boundary
1:21 – New Base vs New Lateral Extent
1:33 – Creating a custom model boundary
1:50 – Editing a custom boundary
2:30 – The Fault System folder
2:59 – The Lithologies folder
3:31 – The Surface Chronology folder – building new surfaces & surface types
4:17 – The Output Volumes folder
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