The onshore science party of the New Jersey Shallow Shelf will be taking place to Bremen Core Repository (BCR) located at the University of Bremen in Germany. Starts on 6th November 2009.
Bremen, July 19th. Since early July, 28 scientists from nine countries have been analyzing fossil coral reef cores at the IODP Bremen Core Repository. The cores were recovered during an expedition to the shelf edge of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
Warm and wet conditions in the Arctic region during Eocene Thermal Maximum 2
The GBREC Expedition Press Conference will take place in the Coral Sea Room at the Jupiters Townsville Hotel, Sir Leslie Thiess Drive, Townsville, Australia on Thursday 11th February starting at 1200. If you would like to register for this event, please contact Alan Stevenson or Albert Gerdes . A news release will be issued to coincide with the Press Conference
An international team of scientists jointly led by Dr Jody Webster, of the University of Sydney, and Dr Yusuke Yokoyama, of the University of Tokyo, is analysing sediment cores drilled by the research ship, the Greatship Maya, across the Great Barrier Reef last year.
current issue: November 2010
Exp 334: Costa Rica Seismogenesis Project (CRISP) with ECORD Co-chief scientist Paola Vannucchi
Read the ship reports and expedition logbooks
current issue: September 2010
Louisville Seamount Trail IODP Exp. 330
Read the press release
is the next MSP expedition operated by ESO
is posted on Youtube (2 parts)
April 22 to 27, 2012 in Vienna
Watch the trailer of Newfoundand Exp. 342
Special topics of the newly published issue (April 2012)
Exp 343: Japan Trench Fast Drilling Project
Ice-sheet collapse and sea-level rise at the Bølling warming14,600 years ago, P. Deschamps et al.