Scientific Drilling, No. 30, February 2022: Reports on Deep Earth Sampling and Monitoring
A new volume of the open access ICDP-IODP “Scientific Drilling” Journal has been published. This issue focuses on key aspects of geological rock cycling processes that have been addressed by drilling projects or that are on the agenda for the near future;
- 60 years of scientific deep drilling in Colombia
- Drilling the Quaternary sediment infill of the overdeepened Aare Valley
- COSC-2 drilling into the Caledonian décollement and underlying Baltica palaeocontinent
- Utility of smear slide percent estimates from IODP Expedition 353
- Whole-rock ultra-trace element analyses aboard the D/V Chikyu
- Sensitivity of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet to +2 °C
Aims & Scope:
Scientific Drilling (SD) is a multidisciplinary journal focused on bringing the latest science and news from the scientific drilling and related programmes to the geosciences community. Scientific Drilling delivers peer-reviewed science reports from recently completed and ongoing international scientific drilling projects. The journal also includes reports on engineering developments, technical developments, workshops, progress reports, and news & updates from the community.
To access the article, as well as to learn more about the Scientific Drilling Journal, please visit their website, https://www.scientific-drilling.net/.