For the past few months we've been rebuilding the VSA to give users a new experience and creating better support structures for contributors. We hope you enjoy it!
The VSA has been created to share the geological interpretation of seismic data. By browsing freely through the site you will find seismic images and interpretations. And you can download higher resolution images for your own use - all without signing in. There are no membership fees, all we ask is that you respect the intellectual property rights of the contributors who have posted images on the VSA. Just hit the link "EXPLORE THE VSA" to start!
Use the VSA to find images of subsurface structures, submarine landscapes, the structure of oceanic water-bodies and much more. You can search for analogues of subsurface geology, rapidly contrasting geological features, finding areas of controversy. You'll find results from cutting-edge technology and breaking research alongside historically important images of the subsurface.
The VSA is used by thousands of geoscientists each week. It's a great place to promote your own science, and for companies to showcase datasets and expertise. It's simple to author new content and link to your research webpages or related publications.
We welcome new content. If you wish to post interpretations or new seismic images we can set you up with authoring permission. Find out more from the "About the VSA" link below.
The Privacy Notice within the "About" section explains how the University of Leeds - the host for the VSA - collects and uses your personal data when you use the website.
The VSA is an industry-academia partnership.