Latest Integrated Ocean Drilling Program Stories
Scientists return from first ever riser drilling operations in seismogenic zone.
The Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP), in collaboration with industry partner AGR Drilling Services, has engineered an ultra-deepwater drilling technology for use by IODP drilling vessels in scientific research.
Kumano Basin off Kii Peninsula, approximately 58 km southeast of Japanâ€” Despite harsh atmospheric and ocean conditions, and complex geological characteristics of its drill site, the deep-sea drilling vessel CHIKYU, for the first time in the history of scientific ocean drilling
Researchers aboard drilling vessel Chikyu report successful completion of first riser-drilling operations in earthquake zone.
Drillship JOIDES Resolution completes first expedition as redesigned ship.
The drillship JOIDES Resolution ("JR") has returned to international operations, and will make a port call in Honolulu, Hawaii, May 5-9, 2009.
A team of Yale geologists has a new perspective on the greenhouse-to-icehouse shift where global climate changed from an ice-free world to one with massive ice sheets in the Antarctic nearly 34 million years ago.
Priceless treasure from the bottom of the sea is locked away at Texas A&M University, stacked on floor-to-ceiling racks and kept secure in 15,000 square feet of refrigerated space.
Cooperative agreements signed with teams from the University of Wisconsin, Dartmouth College, University of New Hampshire are vital to climate studies
Biogeoscientists show evidence of 90 billion tons of microbial organismsâ€”expressed in terms of carbon massâ€”living in the deep biosphere, in a research article published online by Nature, July 20, 2008.
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- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.