Blog Posts Tagged "radiolarians"

U1332 Science Report(s)

From time to time we'll combine or alternate between Ron's reports and the science updates I send to shore.  There's so much science and so little time...   Remember that we post all official reports on the IODP United States Implementing Organization website where you can always access more detail.  Got questions?&

Rad-ical Science Update(s)

Don't forget all of our science reports are available on the IODP website.  Here's what's been happening over the last few days.  If you're not into oozes and chalk, you may find these kind of weird.  Enjoy and keep those comments and quesitons coming!     Adam

New Micropaleontology Video

It has been at least a week since we've posted a science update.  If you're following Expedition 320, however, you know that among other things, we're looking for and finding microfossils-- tiny radiolarians, foraminiferans, and calcareous nannofossils that help our scientists tease out the stories of climatic events of the past 50 million years. 

It's RAD!

Aloha All,

Tripping Pipe to the Pachyderma Proxy

June 1st 2016:  With the official start of the 2016 hurricane season, hurricanes were not a topic for us today.  But like the storms that started before the beginning of the season, many of us were up early getting ready for another great day of learning.