IODP Bering Sea Paleoceanography Expedition
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IODP Bering Sea Paleoceanography Expedition

September 2, 2010
Scientists, technicians and drillers on Expedition 323, the Bering Sea Paleoceanography expedition, celebrate setting a new advanced piston corer (APC) depth record of 458 meters below the seafloor at Site U1341 in the Bering Sea. Expedition 323 was conducted using the International Ocean Drilling Programs (IODP) drillship Joides Resolution.

IODP is supported by the National Science Foundation (grant OCE 03-52500). For more information about Expedition 323, see http://iodp.tamu.edu/scienceops/expeditions/equatorial_pacific.html. Further information about IODP in general is available on the IODP website. (Date of Image: 2009)

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