Updates

18.02.2016

19 Proposals to evaluate

With 9 Full Proposals, 9 Workshop Proposals, and 1 Technical Proposal the number of submitted proposals remains at high level

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05.02.2016

ICDP Annual Report 2015

provides information on accomplished and upcoming ICDP Operations

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22.10.2015

ICDP Primer

2nd Edition of ICDP's Best Practice Brochure now online

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12.06.2015

Dinosaur climate probed

SCIENCE article on Songliao drilling published on June 12, 2015

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08.05.2015

ICDP Panel Meetings

will take place early June in Minneapolis, USA

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24.01.2014

Obituary for J.-F. Stéphan

Jean-François Stéphan, the director at CNRS, member of AOG, passed away in December 2013...

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07.08.2013

HSPDP in SCIENCE

HSPDP is featured in two articles in a special issue of the August 2nd edition of Science

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17.07.2013

PASADO Scientific Results| Published in One Volume

Main results of this very successfull ICDP project were just released as Volume 71 of Quaternary Science Reviews edited by Bernd Zolitschka, Daniel Ariztegui, Pierre Francus, Nora Maidana and Stefan Wastegård.

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2017 US Science Plan for NSF

Your input is needed!

The US National Science Foundation has directed CSDCO to organize the communities it serves to frame the outstanding questions in research, and prioritize sites, tools, and approaches to answer them using continental scientific drilling and coring. The 2017 Science Plan for Paleorecords communities is the result of two workshops and extensive work over past months by many members of the community and CSDCO staff.

Before submitting the Science Plan to NSF, we need your review and input to be certain the plan reflects your scientific vision. Please edit and comment on the US Continental Scientific Drilling Science Plan 2017-2027 (download MSWord doc). Please consider forwarding this message to your colleagues.

Return your comments on the document to Mark Shapley at shap0029@umn.edu before Sept. 30, 2017.

Portions of the Science Plan related to other communities (Critical Zone, Deep Biosphere and Geomicrobiology, Volcanism, Geothermal, Fault Zone, Hydrology, Impact Structures, and others) will be available for input in the coming weeks.