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Blog Posts Tagged "geochemistry"
Submitted by Jason Sylvan on Sat, 01/01/2011 - 01:00
Here you'll learn what the heck the subject of that picture is, and why it's important to IODP Expedition 330. Isn't it pretty?
Submitted by Helder Pereira on Tue, 11/29/2011 - 09:06
I know that's what it seems like... but the inorganic geochemist David Hodell is just collecting samples from the cores collected at the Site U1385 (SHACK-04). Do you have any idea of what kind of samples he is collecting using these Rhizon samplers?
Submitted by Carol Larson on Thu, 06/13/2013 - 10:00
The sign above the entrance to the chemistry lab says it all – Enter here and abandon all hope. Next to the door there is another sign listing the chemical hazards within the lab. Sounds pretty scary or inviting depending on your risk analysis! Would you like to join me as I enter this realm of potential danger?
Submitted by Alison Mote on Sun, 06/16/2013 - 12:07
Name: Erin McClymont
Institution: Durham University, U.K.
1. What have you studied/will you study on board the JR?
I will be looking at the gases present in the sediments, and looking to see how much organic carbon, nitrogen and carbonate are present.
2. What is your favorite thing about research at sea?
Being on the ocean.
3. Did you always want to be a scientist?
Submitted by Jeff Ryan on Thu, 08/21/2014 - 20:05
• Up at 9 PM (!!), in a pitch-black room (no windows in the JR cabins, so a headlamp for camping or caving is very useful in the morning….)