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Call for IODP abstracts at EGU 2019

ECORD co-organises two sessions at EGU 2019
SSP1.2/CL1.3/EMRP3.11/GMPV1.7/NH5.12/TS1.4 Achievements and Perspectives in Scientific Ocean and Continental Drilling (co-sponsored by JpGU)
EOS4.2 Outreach in Geoscience: What does it mean to you
If you would like to present your research at this event, please submit your abstract before 10 January 2018, 13:00 Central European Time
The EGU General Assembly will be held from 7 to 12 April 2019 (Vienna, Austria)

Meet the IODP community at AGU 2018!

Fifty Years of Scientific Ocean Drilling: How the Past Informs the Future
Monday, 10 December, 10:20 AM – 12:20 PM, Convention Center, Room 202A
“Understanding Shallow Subsurface Fluid Flow in Marine Sediments through Coring, Logging, Experiments, and Models”, Brandon Dugan, Recipient, 2018 Asahiko Taira International Scientific Ocean Drilling Prize
Wednesday, 12 December, 2:40 – 3:40 PM, Marriott Marquis 6
IODP Town Hall Meeting
Wednesday, 12 December, 7 PM, Reception at 7:30, Washington Plaza Hotel, Grand B
For more information, visit Booths 1048, 1050 and 1150 in the Exhibit Hall.

Framing a successor programme to IODP

ECORD organises the workshop PROCEED –  EXPANDING FRONTIERS OF SCIENTIFIC OCEAN DRILLING – aiming at initiating concepts and defining new goals for a future international scientific ocean drilling programme to be developed beyond 2023. Special emphasis will be on new science frontiers and technological developments in a multiple drilling platform approach.
The workshop will be held at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna (Austria), on 6 -7 April 2019, before the 2019 EGU.
Registration by email to ema@cerege.fr before 17 February 2019.

Take part in Expedition 389 Hawaiian Drowned Reefs

The European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling (ECORD) offers you the unique opportunity to sail on the IODP Expedition 389 Hawaiian Drowned Reefs.
The overall goal of the expedition is to sample a unique succession of drowned coral reefs around Hawaii now at -134 to -1155 m below sea level.

The offshore phase of the expedition is scheduled for September-October 2019 (maximum of 60 days), with only a subset of the Science Party participating. Offshore activities will focus on core recovery, curation, sampling for ephemeral properties, biostratigraphy, physical properties, preliminary lithostratigraphy and downhole logging. The cores will not be split at sea.
Subsequently, an Onshore Science Party (OSP) will be held at the MARUM – Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, University of Bremen, Germany, starting in mid- to late-January 2020 for a maximum of 4 weeks long.
Read more information on the Expedition page

IODP Townhall Meeting at AGU 2018

The IODP Town Hall Meeting at the AGU Fall Meeting will take place on
Wednesday evening, 12 December 2018
at the Washington Plaza Hotel
Grand Ballroom
10 Thomas Circle, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Programme: 7 PM  ***  Reception to follow at 7:30

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