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Exp. 328: New Seafloor Observatory Takes Pulse of Planet in Pacific Northwest

Report from IODP Expedition 328: Cascadia ACORK

September 9 -18, 2010

A team of scientists from the Geological Survey of Canada and NEPTUNE-Canada have recently returned from a successful research expedition in the northeast Pacific, where they installed an observatory in the ocean floor about 75 km (about 50 miles) west of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Additional information and photos can be found in the summary report.

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