Articles | Volume 24
Workshop report
22 Oct 2018
Workshop report |  | 22 Oct 2018

IODP workshop: Core-Log Seismic Investigation at Sea – Integrating legacy data to address outstanding research questions in the Nankai Trough Seismogenic Zone Experiment

Anna Cerchiari, Rina Fukuchi, Baiyuan Gao, Kan-Hsi Hsiung, Dominik Jaeger, Shunya Kaneki, Jonas Keller, Gaku Kimura, Szu-Ting Kuo, Gaël Lymer, Tatiana Maison, Ginta Motohashi, Christine Regalla, Drake Singleton, and Suguru Yabe

Data sets

IODP Access Data and Samples IODP Science support office

Short summary
Subduction zones can potentially generate disastrous earthquakes and tsunamis in populated coastal areas. This report summarizes the research activity of a team of 14 early-career scientists who met during IODP Expedition 380 onboard D/V Chikyu (January–February 2018). The goal of this Core-Log-Seismic Integration at Sea workshop was to leverage IODP archives to address the mechanisms of tsunamigenic earthquakes at one of the most active subduction zones offshore southwestern Japan.