Drilling and coring of the seafloor provide scientists with essential materials for studying of climate/environmental changes, deep biosphere, geophysics and geodynamics of the Earth. ECORD scientists take part in the scientific ocean drilling programme, the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP), and previously the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP 2003-2013). Being a member of IODP provides ECORD scientists to participate in all activities of the IODP programme.

ECORD also operates the IODP Mission-specific platform (MSP) expeditions in challenging environments, including ice-covered areas and shallow seas.

IODP expedition data and samples are public and reports are published in the Scientific Drilling journal.

Consensus of IODP Forum meeting 2015 posted online
IODP Portugal Day 2015
IODP Session at IGC 2016 South Africa
Abstract submission opens until January 2016
Call for scientists to sail IODP expeditions 363, 365 and 366
Under "Apply to sail'
IODP Day in Istanbul, Turkey
15 October 2015 at the 2nd Coastal and Marine Geology Symposium
SwissDrilling Day 2015
9 September 2015
UK IODP Annual Meeting
25 September 2015
ECORD Headlines #6
2015-2018 operational plan of MSP expeditions
ECORD School of Rock 2015 in Portugal
is organised by Helder Pereira and IODP-Portugal
IODP at the 8th ICAMG
5-10 October 2014, Jeju Island, S Korea
Researchers to drill below the Chicxulub Crater off the Yucatan Coast
publ. in The Yucatan Times
James A. Austin will be the next Chair of the IODP Forum
from 1st Oct 2015 to 30 Sept 2017
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