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We invite all members of the UK Science Community to complete the UK IODP Community Survey 2023


The purpose of this survey is to ensure that we maintain comprehensive records in order to provide the strongest evidence base to support the case for future renewal of NERC’s funding of the UK subscription to the international scientific ocean drilling programme.


With this edition of the survey we aim to capture all engagement with, and outcomes of, scientific ocean drilling (DSDP, ODP, IODP) within the period from 1st January 2018 to 31st December 2023, by scientists who have been based at UK institutions within this period.


Each person can only respond once, but your response can be edited up until the survey closes on 1st March 2024, in case you need to enter additional information. We thank you in advance for your response and ask that you encourage your colleagues and students (as appropriate) to also submit responses.


Individual responses are confidential and will not be shared outside the UK IODP Programme Executive Board.

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2050 Science Framework Figures
Figures from the 2050 Science Framework are now available here as pdf files for purposes of education, e.g. use in lecture slides

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OPen Call for Applications

IODP Expedition 405

JTRACK  Tracking Tsunamigenic Slip Across the Japan Trench

Sailing: 12 September – 7 December, 2024

DEADLINE to apply:  03 October 2023

Find out more

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PhD Studentship

The duration of ridge flank hydrothermal exchange and its role in global biogeochemical cycles

Supervisors: Dr Roz Coggon, Prof Damon Teagle and Prof Anthony Koppers, Oregon State (USA)

Find out more

Updated IODP Expedition Schedule

for the JOIDES Resolution

Now available here


NEW IODP 2050 Science Framework


Now available to download here:

2050 Science Framework

12-page summary document

2-page pamphlet

Thank you to all UK scientists who contributed reviews and feedback,

and especially to:

Dr Roz Coggon, University of Southampton (Co-lead Editor)

Professor Antony Morris, University of Plymouth (Author, Reviewer)

Professor Damon Teagle, University of Southampton (Contributor)

Professor Lisa McNeill, University of Southampton (Reviewer)

Dr Julie Prytulak, Durham University (Reviewer)

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USeful links


Image credit: Tim Fulton & IODP JRSO

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