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Blog Posts Tagged "carbonate sediments"
Submitted by Heiko Paelike on Mon, 03/30/2009 - 04:23
From the Top! The beginning of each expedition is always a very busy and stressful time, as everyone gets used to the new environment, scientifically, to the new lab equipment and software, but also personally, to folks from many different backgrounds and to the life on The JR. Hiroshi Nishi (Hokkaido University, Japan) and myself (Universi
Submitted by William Hurd Fi... on Thu, 07/02/2009 - 20:35
I have always wanted my own pacific island. I just never figured that I would get it. We are still on station due to the lack of berthing space in Victoria, BC. We are due in on the morning of July 5 but we were hoping that we might get an extra night in port. We are still working and having fun onboard and will continue to do so.
Submitted by Joe Monaco on Fri, 07/03/2009 - 00:15
Today we went to the chemistry lab and learned how to measure the percentage of carbonate in the sediments of a core. The percentage of carbonate in a core sample is determined by using an instrument called a coulometer. A standardized sample, made of 100% calcium carbonate, was run first for calibration.
Submitted by Naomi Barshi on Tue, 09/13/2016 - 15:44
Each day, our Staff Scientist/Expedition Project Manager sends out an update to the ship and to our colleagues on shore. The daily report summarizes the scientific findings from the day before. Here's an example of a daily report, explained with photos!