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Sci. Dril., 21, 47–51, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-21-47-2016
Sci. Dril., 21, 47–51, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-21-47-2016
Workshop report
10 Aug 2016
Workshop report | 10 Aug 2016

Report on ICDP workshop CONOSC (COring the NOrth Sea Cenozoic)

Wim Westerhoff et al.

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The CONOSC (COring the NOrth Sea Cenozoic) project brings scientists together that aim at scientific drilling of the north-western European marginal seas where in the last 65 million years the influence of sea and land was recorded continuously in the sediments. The subsiding area is ideally suited for detailed study of the relations between changing climate, biodiversity, and changing land masses. The report discusses the ICDP workshop outcome and overall project aims.