ECORD and Japan have developed a new program to facilitate post-2024 Scientific Ocean Drilling using Mission Specific Platforms.

The aim of this workshop is to encourage new scientific collaborations among the scientific communities of ECORD and Japan, together with international partners, in an online-only scientific workshop.

This workshop, which will take place over three days, will serve to review the status of planning of post-2024 Scientific Ocean Drilling, communicate the intention of the new ECORD-Japan program and collect new ideas for the development of new MSP and Chikyu drilling proposals based on identified knowledge gaps and novel scientific questions to be addressed in the next 5-10 years.


Day-1.  2023/1/17
09:30-09:40 Welcome and Scope of the Workshop

Masa Kinoshita, Vice-chair JDESC IODP Section, Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan

Angelo Camerlenghi, ESSAC Chair, OGS Italy

09:40–10:00 Current status and future perspectives of SOD, new MSP concepts

Gilbert Camoin, EMA Director, CEREGE-CNRS, France

Nobu Eguchi, Director, Science Services Department Institute (MarE3), Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan

10:00–10:15 Summary of 2050 Science Framework Roz Coggon, University of Southampton
10:15–10:30 Questions and Answers (moderated by the Co-Chairs)
10:30–12:00

Keynote presentations

Moderator: Sanny Saito J-DESC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)

  Keynote 1 – Climate Change and Ocean Health Matt O’Regan, Department of Geological Sciences, Stockholm University
  Keynote 2 – Deep Earth Katsuyoshi Michibayashi, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Nagoya University
  Keynote 3 – Geohazards Morelia Urlaub, Geomar, Kiel
  Keynote 4 – Deep Life Yuki Morono, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)
12:00–12:20 Overview of existing drilling proposals Tim Reston, Co-chair of the IODP Science Evaluation Panel, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham
12:20-12:30 Summary and conclusions Co-Chairs

 

 

Day-2.  2023/1/19
09:30 – 09:35 Plenary:  Introduction Co-chairs
09:35–10:00 Plenary: Operational options for offshore drilling

Dave McInroy, ESO Science Manager, British Geological Survey, Edinburgh

Nobu Eguchi, Director, Science Services Department Institute (MarE3), Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Japan

10:00–11:30 BREAK OUT SESSIONS
  Climate Change and Ocean Health

Co-Coveners

Helen Coxall, Stockholm University

Junichiro Kuroda, The University of Tokyo

  Deep Earth

Co-Coveners

Esther Schwarzenbach, University of Fribourg

Tomo Morishita, Kanazawa University

  Geohazards

Co-Coveners

Becky Bell, Imperial College London

Kohtaro Ujiie, University of Tsukuba

  Deep Life

Co-Coveners

Vanni  Aloisi, Institut du Physique du Globe de Paris IPGP

Yuki Morono, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)

11:30–12:00 Plenary: Outcome from each Thematic Group

Co-conveners of each break out session

 

12:00-12:30 Plenary session: Synergy for the successful proposals/program Co-chairs

 

 

Day-3.  2023/1/26
09:30-10:00 Plenary: Introduction and practical goals Co-chairs
10:00–11:30 BREAK OUT SESSIONS
  Climate Change and Ocean Health

Co-Coveners

Helen Coxall, Stockholm University

Junichiro Kuroda, The University of Tokyo

  Deep Earth

Co-Coveners

Esther Schwarzenbach, University of Fribourg

Tomo Morishita, Kanazawa University

  Geohazards

Co-Coveners

Becky Bell, Imperial College London

Kohtaro Ujiie, University of Tsukuba

  Deep Life

Co-Coveners

Vanni  Aloisi, Institut du Physique du Globe de Paris IPGP

Yuki Morono, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)

11:30–12:00 Plenary: Outcome from each Thematic Group

Co-conveners of each break out session

 

12:00-12:30 Plenary: Summary and direction for Phase-2 WS Co-Chairs

The workshop will be structured following the Strategic Objectives of the 2050 Science Framework and will be open to participation of scientists from the whole international geoscience community. Participation from people with no prior involvement in scientific drilling is welcome.

The second phase of the workshop will be an in-person meeting in Fall 2023 with the purpose of developing the most promising ideas generated from the phase 1 workshop into drilling proposals.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Abstracts can be simple descriptions of ideas for drilling using the new MSP concept (therefore involving riserless geotechnical vessels, the Chikyu in riserless mode, giant piston coring, and seabed drilling systems) that can be presented and discussed during the thematic break-out sessions with the purpose of receiving feedback and collect interest from participating scientists to form teams of proponents. Break-out sessions conveners will organise the presentations and the discussion based on the abstracts received.

REGISTER BELOW!

If you have already registered, just send us an email to essac@ogs.it with the abstract, put ABSTRACT23 in the subject line.

 

Deadline for Abstract submission MONDAY 19 DECEMBER 2023

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The Steering Committee is composed of several scientist from ECORD member countries and Japan. Members  nominated  jointly by ESSAC and J-DESC have accepted to serve on this committee. The Steering Committee will define the final format of the workshop and will also consider propositions submitted by the international Scientific Ocean Drilling community.

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Steering Committee

 Angelo Cammerlenghi (Co- Chair)
OGS, Italy
Masa Kinoshita (Co-Chair) University of Tokyo, Japan
Giovanni Aloisi IPGP, France
Thorsten Bauersachs Kiel University, Germany
Rebecca Bell Imperial College London, UK
Helen Coxall Stockholm University, Sweden
Junichiro Kuroda
University of Tokyo, Japan
Azumi Kuroyanagi Tohoku University, Japan
Tomo Morishita Kanazawa University, Japan
Yuki Morono JAMSTEC, Japan
Antony Morris University of Plymouth, UK
Oliver Plümper Utrecht University, Netherlands
Esther Schwarzenbach University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Kohtaro Ujiie Tsukuba University, Japan
   
Sanny Saito J-DESC, Japan (PMO representative)
Hanno Kinkel ESSAC, Italy (PMO representative)

 

 

Contact us:

ECORD Science Support & Advisory Committee
Angelo Camerlenghi (ESSAC Chair)

Hanno Kinkel (ESSAC Science Coordinator)

Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale – OGS

via Beirut n. 2

34151 Trieste – Italia

e-mail: essac@ogs.it