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Monday, January 26, 2015 - 16:23
JOIDES Resolution - Ocean Drilling Research Vessel
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Expedition 353: Indian Monsoon
Exp 354: Bengal Fan
Expedition 352: Izu Bonin Mariana Forearc
Expedition 351: Izu Bonin Mariana Arc Origins
Exp 346: Asian Monsoon
Exp 350: Izu Bonin Mariana Rear Arc
Exp. 341: South Alaska
Expedition 349: South China Sea
Expedition 345: Hess Deep
Expedition 344: Costa Rica Seismogenesis
Expedition 342: Newfoundland Sediment Drifts
Expedition 340: Lesser Antilles
Children's Book: Uncovering Earth's Secrets
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J-aRt Contest 2014
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Expedition 330: Our Mission
Seamounts are a window into the processes of the deep earth....
ROV Jason at work
The ROV Jason's robotic arm works at cutting a float cable....
School of Rock
A teacher from College Station, TX participated in School of...
Wilkes Land Documentary Part 1
Explore the history of Antarctica with the first installment of...
Wilkes Land Documentary Part 2
What did the Wilkes Land scientists learn? What wil they...
PEAT in Paris -- the Post Expedition Meeting
After the expedition, scientists explore their data and...
Every wondered how the JR staff manages to feed 120 people for...
Expedition 330: Louisville Seamount Trail Wrap-Up
What happened during Expedition 330: Louisville Seamount Trail...
Rock Visualization on the JR
Taking images of cores and their components is an important part...
Coring Cake on the JR
The JOIDES Resolution takes cores of the sea floor to help...
Happy 2011 from the JR!
We rang in the new year with the ship's bell under the...
What is a CORK?
Learn how scientists use CORKs (long-term borehole observatories...
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9° 52' 48" N, 93° 47' 60" E
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