1 week 3 days
Submitted by Alessia Cicconi on Mon, 04/03/2017 - 03:28
Expedition 367 is going to finish. We spent two months on the South China Sea and next expedition 368 will continue to work here with the same scientific objectives of expedition 367.
Submitted by Alessia Cicconi on Sun, 04/02/2017 - 00:34
Ciao a tutti. Oggi vi presento uno degli Italiani a bordo della JOIDES Resolution. Si tratta di Jacopo Boaga, un geofisico dell'Universita' di Padova. Vediamo cosa ci racconta.
Submitted by Alessia Cicconi on Wed, 03/29/2017 - 10:29
Submitted by Alessia Cicconi on Mon, 03/27/2017 - 02:28
Among the variety of geologists we have onboard of the JR there are the group of the Paleomagnetists. Let's discover something about one of them Steven Skinner, a scientist always available in inspiring students during the video connections, about the exciting world of Paleomagnetism.
Submitted by Alessia Cicconi on Wed, 03/01/2017 - 07:42
One thing that maybe I have not stressed yet is that Exp 367 is the first part of a 4 month expedition and the work of our expedition will be continued with Exp 368 from April to June.
Look at this page< if you want to know more.
Science on board - Too easy to say "Are you a Geologist?"/ Troppo facile chiedere "Sei un geologo?"(English/Italian)
Submitted by Alessia Cicconi on Sun, 02/19/2017 - 02:47
Another thing I realized being on board the JR is that Geology is a very complex field of study and every scientist on the ship can not be completely defined under the term "Geologist".
Submitted by Alessia Cicconi on Thu, 02/16/2017 - 04:26
E' arrivata in superficie la prima carota di sedimento estratta dalla JOIDES Resolution nel Mare della Cina Meridionale durante la Spedizione 367.
Submitted by Alessia Cicconi on Thu, 02/16/2017 - 03:55
Nei laboratori regna il silenzio. I tavoli e gli scaffali sono vuoti. Gli strumenti sono pronti ma fermi. Tutti sono in attesa. Modificando un po' il titolo della poesia di G. Leopardi e' la quiete PRIMA della tempesta.
Submitted by Katie Inderbitzen on Thu, 06/25/2009 - 00:47
There is something to be said about going to sea. It's a necessary part of life for most (if not all) marine scientists. Time to remind ourselves why we love science, the ocean, and our careers. I am lucky enough to go to sea at least once a year for several weeks to collect data for my doctoral thesis.....however this cruise is a bit different!