Drilling for science in a Norwegian frontier areaA sunset from the JOIDES Resolution. Photo: Henk Brinkhuis & IODP

Drilling for science in a Norwegian frontier area

IODP Expedition 396 is further investigating the Atlantic Paleocene breakup, but industry should keep a close eye as well.

On the 11th of August, drill ship JOIDES Resolution set sail from the port of Reykjavik. During the two-month cruise this autumn, the crew hopes to drill at nine locations off the coast of Central Norway. The expedition is carried out through the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP). The common theme for the expedition is […]

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