Here you can watch all six presentations given during the EGU 2018 Union Session (US4) “Fifty Years of International Ocean Drilling” on Wednesday 11 April 2018.
The Odyssey of Ocean Research Drilling: Past and Future Directions by Judith A. McKenzie (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Delving deep into the seafloor: how ocean drilling has revolutionized our understanding of Cenozoic paleoceanography and climate by Ursula Röhl (MARUM, University of Bremen, Germany)
Recent past and future progress in tectonics and dynamic Earth processes (Earth Connections and Earth in Motion) resulting from scientific ocean drilling as part of the International Ocean Discovery Program, IODP by Lisa McNeill (University of Southampton, UK)
Ocean Drilling in the fields of Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology by Carlota Escutia (IACT Granada, Spain)
Slipping and Sliding: Capturing the Earth in Motion by Scientific Ocean Drilling by Michael Strasser (University of Innsbruck, Austria)
Exploring the limits of deep subseafloor geosphere-biosphere interactions through scientific ocean drilling by Fumio Inagaki (JAMSTEC, Japan)