JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2017

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[EE] Oral

U (Union) » Union

[U-03] [EE] Discoveries from Subseafloor Sampling and Monitoring using Scientific Ocean Drilling

Mon. May 22, 2017 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM IC (International Conference Hall 2F)

convener:Kiyoshi Suyehiro(Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology), James A Austin(University of Texas at Austin), Keir Becker(University of Miami), Masafumi MURAYAMA(Faculty of Agriculture and Marine Science, Kochi University), Chairperson:Chihiro Kinoshita(Graduate School of science,Kyoto University), Chairperson:Kiyoshi Suyehiro(JAMSTEC Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)

The sediments and lithosphere beneath the seafloor hold invaluable information on the history and dynamics of climatic, biological, chemical, and geological changes over 100 million years. Scientific deep-sea drilling (currently through the International Ocean Discovery Program, IODP) has been providing unique opportunities among various geoscieintific methods to discover their histories and dynamics over time scales covering climatic, geohazards and mantle convection processes. Such knowledge is also recognized as important for projecting the current Earth system into the near and far future, particularly involving the effects of anthropological interventions. This session invites contributions that focus on the perspectives of recent new discovery geoscientific discoveries based on ocean floor drilling and borehole observatory records, and further on visions of new paradigms of ocean science. The session will cover mainly the four scientific themes in the current IODP science plan of: (1) Climate and ocean changes, (2) Biospheres frontiers, (3) Earth connections, and (4) Earth in motion. Also, we encourage contributions relating science to societal relevance, such as environmental and geohazard problems facing the society today.

11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

*Mark K Reagan1, Daniel E. Heaton2, Renat Almeev3, Maryjo Brounce4, Timothy Chapman5, Emily Haugen6, Marguerite Godard7, Katsuyoshi Michibayashi8, Maria Kirchenbaur9, Hongyan Li10, Yibing Li11, Wendy R. Nelson12, Julian A. Pearce13, Julie Prytulak14, Jeffrey G. Ryan15, Tetsuya Sakuyama16, John Shervais6, Kenji Shimizu17, Scott A. Whattam18 (1.University of Iowa, 2.Oregon State University, 3.Leibniz Universität, 4.University of California, Riverside, 5.University of Sydney, 6.Utah State University, 7.Université Montpellier II, 8.Shizuoka University, 9.Universität Kõln, 10.Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou, 11.Chinese Academy of Geological Science, Beijing, 12.Towson University, 13.Cardiff University, 14.Imperial College London, 15.University of South Florida, 16.Osaka University, 17.JAMSTEC, 18.Korea University)

11:30 AM - 11:45 AM

*Ron I Hackney1, Yasuhiro Yamada2, Saneatsu Saito2, Kliti Grice3, Junichiro Kuroda4, Jessica Whiteside5, Marco Coolen3, Fumio Inagaki2, Richard Arculus6, Dietmar Müller7, Scott Bryan8, Julien Collot9, Jun-Ichi Kimura2, Nick Mortimer10, Yoshihiko Tamura2, Takehiko Hashimoto1, Clinton Foster1, Sean Johnson11, Talitha Santini12, William Orsi13, LHR IODP 871 Science Team (1.Geoscience Australia, 2.Japan Agency for Marine Earth Science and Technology, 3.Curtin University, 4.University of Tokyo, 5.University of Southampton, 6.Australian National University, 7.University of Sydney, 8.Queensland University of Technology, 9.Geological Survey of New Caledonia, 10.GNS Science, 11.University of Tasmania, 12.University of Queensland, 13.Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich)




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