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Submitted by Marion Burgio on Mon, 11/16/2015 - 12:54
We were three Educators to sail on the JR, Alejandra, Lucas and me, Marion. Now a fourth, chinese, Education Officer arrived in our team, Jiansong !
This team will be very important to make a great job for you !
Submitted by Alejandra Martinez on Sun, 11/29/2015 - 22:44
We have begun exploring Sri Lanka as we wait to board the JR on December 1st.
Our adventures yesterday took us to a turtle conservation organization called Sea Turtles Protecting Association and Project.
Submitted by Alejandra Martinez on Thu, 12/03/2015 - 22:53
Expedition 360's Education and Outreach team is hard at work and we haven't even left port yet!
We had the pleasure of speaking with a classroom of 10 year olds in Marseille, France last night.
Submitted by Alejandra Martinez on Sat, 12/05/2015 - 22:36
The JOIDES Resolution has left Sri Lanka and we are en route to the drill site!
The tug boats had us on our way out of the Sri Lanka port in no time.
Submitted by Marion Burgio on Sat, 12/05/2015 - 23:15
You can see here our way to the South West Ocean Ridge... it is a long long way towards ... gabbros ... and MANTLE :)
All the team is now super excited and determined !
Vous pouvez voir notre itineraire vers la dorsale Sud Ouest Indienne ... un long chemin nous separe ... des gabbros ... et du MANTEAU :)
Submitted by Alejandra Martinez on Wed, 12/09/2015 - 07:40
This is SloMo. He is a sloth and they are generally found in South America but SloMo is a very special sloth. He is part of the JOIDES Resolution Expedition 360 team. He is named for the slow spreading ridge of the Atlantis Bank and the Moho boundary that we will be exploring.
SloMo has learned his way around the ship.
Submitted by Alejandra Martinez on Wed, 12/16/2015 - 06:57
Safety is a priority aboard the JOIDES Resolution. We practice weekly drills and this week we had a fire drill, just like the ones you remember from school. The JOIDES crew simulated a fire in the galley and we all had to report to our muster stations.
Submitted by Alejandra Martinez on Sat, 12/19/2015 - 11:45