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The ICDP OSG welcomes

South African BASE Outreach Representative Phumelele Mashele

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GRIND Namibia is taking samples!

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STAR project

STAR projects installed instruments at last drill site

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ICDP Training Course

September 25-30, 2022 at the Geocenter KTB in Windischeschenbach (Germany)

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SAG meeting

ICDP's independent review panel just finished its assessments in Israel.

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Important Deadlines

for ICDP Proposal submission and EGU abstract submission

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EGER is sampling again!

The sampling party for the S4 Bazina Liba well hole took place on 24 February!

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ICDP Q&A sessions

Your chance to ask questions before submitting proposals to ICDP

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BASE scientists meet online for mDIS training

From 2- 4 August 2021 scientists from the ICDP BASE project met online with the ICDP-OSG Data and Sample Management Group to discuss and prepare their data and sample management plans for the upcoming drilling phase. Drilling is...

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JET Sampling Party

Logging and sampling of JET core at BGS in UK

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USA margin PETM workshop

December 10-12, 2021, virtual and in-person (New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA)

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vEGU 2021

ICDP thanks you for your interest

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SD29 contains of one Science Report, one Progress Report, three Technical Developments and one Workshop Report

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Scientific Drilling Short Course

by Hokkaido University Summer Institute, applications now open

Postgraduate students and early career scientists including industry are kindly invited to apply. The course comprises three modules officially adopted by Hokkaido University’s Summer Institute, as follows:

  1. 3D Earth Structure - from the field to the drillcore
  2. Multiscale geophysical characterisation of Earth materials, and application to scientific drilling
  3. Interpretation of past Earth environments from core samples

Dates: 18 June - 2 July: Compulsory course with some fieldwork, lectures, and core workshop, 2 July - 7 July 2018: Optional field trip around Hokkaido. To apply for each course, simply click the "Application" tab at the page, where students can see the "Application Process”. Applications must be submitted online between 1 and 28 February 2018.

More info: Virginia Toy and Toru Takeshita

The three courses uniquely combine lectures, practical exercises in a workshop where we will examine drillcore on loan from IODP, and fieldwork. The field component is critical as it provides a large-scale/more continuous context for the observations participants may make when logging drilled cores in future. International participants shall enroll in all three courses, which can be officially completed in 2 weeks, but with the option to stay in Japan for a field trip around Hokkaido in the following week.