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Drilling for Clues to Ancient Climate

On the Joides Resolution research vessel, a team of scientists study the Earth's climate history by drilling deep into the ocean floor and analyzing the deep sea dirt. Two weeks ago the shipped docked in Newfoundland,...
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Friday Field Photo # 172: Pot of Scientific Gold

Academics / Geology : Clastic Detritus

This week’s Friday Field Photo is from the North Atlantic Ocean, offshore of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland. Here, the derrick of the JOIDES Resolution drill ship is found at the end of this rainbow — a scientific pot of gold. Me a...

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