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Expedition 400: NW Greenland Glaciated Margin

(12 August to 12 October 2023)


DEADLINE to apply:  1 June 2022

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MagellanPlus Workshop

NorthGreen - Northeast Greenland: Unlocking records from sea to land

21st - 23rd November 2022


Registration DEADLINE:  31st July 2022

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PhD Project

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

Supervisors: Dr Rosalind Coggon and Prof Damon Teagle (Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton), and Prof Anthony Koppers (Oregon State University, USA)

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ECORD Summer school

Downhole Logging for IODP Science,

4th to 8th July 2022, Online

Registration DEADLINE: 19th April 2022

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ECORD Summer school

Sea Level, Climate Variability and Coral Reefs

5th to 16th September 2022, Bremen, Germany

Application DEADLINE: 31st May 2022

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COVID-19 INFORMATION for Expedition Participants


While COVID restrictions remain in force UK IODP is able to provide assistance to cover extra costs incurred as a result.

During this time expeditions are likely to run with reduced scientist numbers onboard and with extended Onshore Science Parties. Onshore Science Party participants who were part of the original Shipboard Science Party will still be eligible to apply for moratorium grant funding.

All participants will need to ensure their institutional insurance covers travel to and from the ship and or science party location, any pre-boarding testing processes and medical cover.

Please contact NERC ( for further information regarding additional support available and eligibility prior to submitting a grant application.

Updated IODP Expedition Schedule

for the JOIDES Resolution

Now available here

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New scheme to support UK scientists with IODP-related Activities


We are pleased to announce that the current phase of the UK IODP research programme (2020-2024) includes a new scheme to support UK scientists to undertake small scale IODP related activities. This could include but is not limited to the organisation of, or participation in, workshops, training, outreach or other events. Any activity that benefits UK IODP will be considered for funding. Applicants can apply for between £2k and £10k

Applications will be accepted from individuals employed by a UK research organisation and should include a description of what the funding will be used for and an explanation of its relevance to IODP. Any proposed workshops must make use of IODP samples, data, and/or results, or involve planning for the collection of such materials.

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New scheme to support UK scientists with IODP-related Activities

We are pleased to announce that the current phase of the UK IODP research programme (2020-2024) includes a new scheme to support UK scientists in the organisation of, or participation in, IODP-related workshops, sand-pits, training, outreach or other activities...

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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