14.3.3 Technical Features
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Objects that exist by the action of humans. Examples include: Wells and all they may contain, seismic surveys (surface, permanent water bottom), or injected fluid volumes. Because the decision to lay such equipment is the result of studies or decisions by humans, Technical features are usually not subject to the same kind of large changes in interpretation as geologic features. However, they are still subject to measurement error and other sources of uncertainty, and so still can be considered as subject to “interpretation”.