New IODP Science Plan Consultation. Have your say on the post-2023 plan in support of future scientific ocean drilling. A draft Science Plan is now available for comment. Respond by 26 August 2019.
OPPORTUNITY: As part of the renewal, there is a call for proposals for a UK IODP Knowledge Exchange Coordinator (deadline 16:00, 29 August 2019)
The International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) is the fourth evolution of a global collaborative research and exploration effort that has drilled, sampled and measured the Earth beneath the sea over the last 50 years. IODP has collected a broad range of data types from a huge variety of geological environments, often using tools and technologies originally developed by the hydrocarbon industry. Expeditions undertaken by IODP have covered topics including: sea-level rise and climate change; the deep biosphere; and the processes and products of earthquakes, landslides and tsunamis.
The UK has always been a very active member in this multidisciplinary programme, exhibiting significant leadership and influence, and is currently looking to increase its engagement with end-users including industry, policymakers and other stakeholders.