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Sci. Dril., 23, 47–56, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-23-47-2017
Sci. Dril., 23, 47–56, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-23-47-2017

Workshop report 30 Nov 2017

Workshop report | 30 Nov 2017

Report on the ICDP workshop DIVE (Drilling the Ivrea–Verbano zonE)

Mattia Pistone et al.

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The Ivrea–Verbano Zone is the most complete, time-integrated crust–upper mantle archive in the world. It is a unique target for assembling data on the deep crust and Moho transition zone to unravel the formation, evolution, and modification of the continental crust through space and time across the Earth. Four drilling operations in the Ivrea-Verbano Zone crustal section represent the scientifically most promising solution to achieve the major goals of DIVE Project.