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CHADRILL aims to recover a sedimentary core spanning the Miocene–Pleistocene sediment succession of Lake Chad through deep drilling. This record will provide significant insights into the modulation of orbitally forced changes in northern African hydroclimate under different climate boundary conditions and the most continuous climatic and environmental record to be compared with hominid migrations across northern Africa and the implications for understanding human evolution.
SD | Articles | Volume 24
Sci. Dril., 24, 71–78, 2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-24-71-2018
Sci. Dril., 24, 71–78, 2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-24-71-2018

Workshop report 22 Oct 2018

Workshop report | 22 Oct 2018

The Lake CHAd Deep DRILLing project (CHADRILL) – targeting  ∼ 10 million years of environmental and climate change in Africa

Florence Sylvestre et al.

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CHADRILL aims to recover a sedimentary core spanning the Miocene–Pleistocene sediment succession of Lake Chad through deep drilling. This record will provide significant insights into the modulation of orbitally forced changes in northern African hydroclimate under different climate boundary conditions and the most continuous climatic and environmental record to be compared with hominid migrations across northern Africa and the implications for understanding human evolution.
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