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This workshop brought together specialists from various fields to develop a drilling proposal to fill the “Oligo-Miocene Gap” that exists in our understanding of the functions of Earth’s systems. We propose to establish the first continuous high-deposition record of the Oligo-Miocene through International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) drilling in the North Atlantic. We give a short overview of the major topics discussed during the workshop and the scientific goals of the resulting pre-proposal.
Articles | Volume 19
Sci. Dril., 19, 39–42, 2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-19-39-2015
Sci. Dril., 19, 39–42, 2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-19-39-2015

Workshop report 29 May 2015

Workshop report | 29 May 2015

Newfoundland Neogene sediment drifts: transition from the Paleogene greenhouse to the modern icehouse

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This workshop brought together specialists from various fields to develop a drilling proposal to fill the “Oligo-Miocene Gap” that exists in our understanding of the functions of Earth’s systems. We propose to establish the first continuous high-deposition record of the Oligo-Miocene through International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) drilling in the North Atlantic. We give a short overview of the major topics discussed during the workshop and the scientific goals of the resulting pre-proposal.
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