[unav_all] CHART Workshop: Help Define the Research Priorities of IODP

Jaime Magliocca magliocca at unavco.org
Mon Jan 12 15:47:05 MST 2009

Charting the Future Course of Scientific Ocean Drilling


Do you want to influence the research priorities of the Integrated Ocean
Drilling Program? Have you used IODP, ODP, or DSDP data or samples in your
research? Does your science benefit from data collected through scientific
ocean drilling?


Planning is underway for the next phase of the Integrated Ocean Drilling
Program and your input is needed for its success. If you are a U.S.
scientist interested in the future of IODP, we invite you to participate in
the online workshop Charting the Future Course of Scientific Ocean Drilling
(CHART). CHART is an important opportunity for the U.S. community to
organize its science priorities and goals. The resulting white paper will be
a key part of the IODP renewal process and will foster planning at the
international INVEST Workshop. Your input and support will help ensure that
we retain access to ocean drilling technology for producing transformative,
world-class science.


Mark your calendar for this key meeting and plan to participate starting
February 2, 2009. Registration is free and open to all U.S. scientists.


Contribute Online: February 2 - March 6, 2009




Charna Meth

Assistant Director, US Science Support Program Consortium for Ocean

1201 New York Ave., NW, Suite 400

Washington, DC 20005

202-232-3900 x1639




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