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Feb. 3, 2016

Feb. 1, 2016

Today's science presentations by the EXP 361 scientists were a testament to the collaborative philosophy behind IODP (International Ocean Discovery Program).

January 30th, 2016

Two days of travel has a way of calming one's nerves - I had been running on nervous energy since learning of my selection as the Education and Outreach (E&O) Officer on Expedition 361: Southern African Climates (or SAFARI).  But now I've arrived, with a good portion of my check off list completed and a full day available for exploring the beautiful, tropical island of Mauritius.

Good bye SW Indian Ridge, hello South African Climate!

Expedition 360 is coming to a close. We arrive in port very early tomorrow morning. It has been a great adventure for the educators on board. 
We have learned a lot of geology, we've grown as educators, and we've made friends that are more like family now. 

WOMEN IN GEOSCIENCE AND TECHNICS : Natsue

Natsue, you are a geoscientist, specialized in physical properties and you sail a lot on board the JR and the Chikyu ...

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Can you explain your curriculum in science ?

Earth and Planetary Sciences

Looking Back on Expedition 360

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As we steam towards Mauritius, Expedition 360 draws to a close. It has been an incredible two months of many ups and downs...

WOMEN IN GEOSCIENCE AND TECHNICS : Heather

Hi Heather !

You are a young woman sailing on the JR as an assistant Lab Officer ...

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Can you explain your curriculum in science ?

New Podcast Episode: The Limits of Life

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Ginny and Jason search for life... hundreds of meters below the seafloor.

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