Funded Pre-Drilling Activities

Funded Pre-Drilling Activities

Funded March 2014 through February 2015

  • Henry Dick (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution): Drilling the Lower Crust and Mantle at a Slow-Spreading Ocean Ridge (SloMo)
  • Kathleen Marsaglia (California State University, Northridge): Proposal to Transfer the ODP Core Atlas CD from Macromedia Director to Interactive PDF Format Using Adobe InDesign
  • William Sager (University of Houston): Partial Travel Support to Meeting to Revise IODP Proposal 883-Pre

Funded March 2013 through February 2014

  • Ian Kulin (University of Rhode Island): Expedition 341S – SCIMPI
  • Chris Goldfinger (Oregon State University): Pre-drilling Workshop Participation for IODP 704, Sumatran Great Earthquakes
  • Steven Clemens (Brown University): Viewing of Proprietary Seismic Data in Support of 795-Full2
  • Yair Rosenthal (Rutgers University): Supplement: Students Travel Support to Participate on Site Survey Cruise for IODP Full-799 Proposal
  • Sean Gulick (University of Texas at Austin): Mexican-Hosted Workshop and Community Outreach in Preparation for Chicxulub Impact Structure Drilling

Funded March 2012 through February 2013

  • Susanne Straub (Columbia University) and Susan DeBari (Western Washington University): Pre-drilling Workshop on Ultra-deep Drilling into Arc Crust: Genesis of Continental Crust in Volcanic Arcs
  • Peter Flemings (University of Texas at Austin): Pore Pressure Measurements at IODP Site 1073
  • Yair Rosenthal and Greg Mountain (Rutgers University): Students Travel Support to Participate on Site Survey Cruise for IODP Full-799 Proposal

Funded March 2011 through February 2012

  • Sean Gulick (University of Texas at Austin) and James Austin (University of Texas at Austin): Mapping the Sumatran marginal plateau in the 2004 rupture area in support of IODP 704-Full2
  • Peter Flemings (University of Texas at Austin) and Patrick Fulton (University of Texas at Austin): Observing the transient temperature and pressures of the Tohoku Earthquake: Observatory fabrication
  • Robert Harris (Oregon State University): An Investigation of the Osa Melange: Target rocks for Expedition 344
  • Kathleen Marsaglia (California State University, Northridge): Smear-slide reference set and atlas for IODP shipboard sedimentologists phase II: Biogenic and other authigenic components

Funded March 2010 through February 2011

Funded March 2009 through February 2010

  • Roland von Huene (University of California, Davis):  Modeling the VSP experiment on Expedition 319
  • Glenn Spinelli (New Mexico Tech) and Robert Harris (Oregon State University): Site augmentation for Proposal 603C-Full: Estimating temperatures for deep drilling at NanTroSEIZE Site C0002
  • Bridget Wade (Texas A&M University): Participation in the TOPS/TONQS Launch Meeting in Dublin
  • Robert Duncan (Oregon State University): Travel to Beata Ridge, Caribbean Plateau, site survey cruise

Funded March 2008 through February 2009

  • John Jaeger (University of Florida) and Sean Gulick (University of Texas at Austin): An evaluation of Neogene sedimentation on the Surveyor Fan, Gulf of Alaska: Pre-drilling activity proposal for IODP Proposal 686-Full
  • Bridget Wade (Texas A&M University):  Site survey for IODP Proposal 711: Tanzania to offshore Paleogene survey (TOPS)
  • Donna Shillington (Columbia University, LDEO) and Vicki Verrini (Columbia University, LDEO):  High-resolution characterization of the north wall of Hess Deep using multi-resolutional geophysical datasets in support of IODP Proposal 551-Full

Funded March 2006 through February 2007

  • Kate Moran (University of Rhode Island): Design options meeting for SCIMPI, a new innovative ocean drilling observatory system
  • Glenn Spinelli (New Mexico Tech): Site augmentation for Proposal 603A-Full2: Predicting diagenetic reaction progress at the NanTroSEIZE reference sites
  • Mike Underwood (University of Missouri): Site augmentation for Proposal 603A-Full2: Predicting diagenetic reaction progress at the NanTroSEIZE reference sites
  • Robert Harris (Oregon State University): The thermal environment associated with coring in the South Pacific Gyre: Implications for life in subseafloor sediments
  • Roland von Huene (University of California, Davis): Reducing risk in IODP fault-zone drilling with high-resolution images an physical properties from a massive 3-D vertical seismic profile
  • Nathan Bangs (University of Texas at Austin): A design study for a CRISP 3-D seismic survey

Funded March 2005 through February 2006

  • Michael Whalen (University of Alaska Fairbanks) and Sean Gulick (University of Texas at Austin): A sequence stratigraphy of the Chicxulub impact basin infill: Integration of lithostratigraphy, biostratigraphy, and seismic stratigraphy
  • Gregory F. Moore (University of Hawaii): Travel to specify a commercial contract for a 3D seismic reflection cruise in support of IODP drilling in the Nankai Trough Seismogenic Zone
  • Harold Tobin (New Mexico Tech): NanTroSEIZE observatory 2005 mini-workshop
  • Expedition 309/312 co-chief scientists: Contribution to the DMT whole core scanner
  • Terry Edgar (U.S. Geological Survey): Eperic Seas small group meeting (IODP proposal 602-Full3)
  • Gabe Filippelli (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis): Student participation on a site-survey cruise for IODP Proposal 626 (currently scheduled for Summer, 2007)
  • Brian Taylor (University of Hawaii): International mini-workshop on IBM drilling to study continental crust formation
  • Steven Dorobeck (Texas A&M University): Workshop on climate-tectonic drilling in southeast Asia
  • Geoff Wheat (University of Alaska Fairbanks) and Katrina Edwards (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution): Small group meeting: CORK instrumentation designs associated with IODP proposal 677-Full (North Pond)

Funded March 2004 through February 2005

  • Roland von Huene (Retired, U.S. Geological Suvery): Costa Rica Seismogenesis Project (CRISP) town meeting at the 2004 AGU Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA
  • Jim Channell (University of Florida): Travel funds to Rutgers University to examine reprocessed seismic data in support of site selection activities for Expedition 306
  • Liviu Glosan (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution): Participation in the ASSEMBLAGE (ASSEssMent of the  BLAck Sea sedimentary system) workshop in Varna, Bulgaria
  • Kier Becker (University of Miami): Participation of four U.S. attendees and two young researchers at the long-term borehole observatory mini-workshop for the NanTroSEIZE, in Yokosuka, Japan
  • Loren Kroenke (University of Hawaii): Participation on JAMSTEC cruise KR-05-01 aboard the R/V Kairei, collecting seismic reflection site survey data at the Ontong Java Plateau
  • Kathleen Marsaglia (University of California, Northridge): Continue development of atlas of ODP core photographs
  • Nathan Bangs (University of Texas at Austin): A 3-D Seismic imaging mini-workshop for Nankai CDP (603) site survey planning
  • Toshihiro Ike (University of Hawaii): Participation on a CDEX “cruise of opportunity” in the Kumano Basin of Japan, collecting high-resolution, single channel seismic data

Funded March 2003 through February 2004

  • Liviu Giosan (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution): Mini-workshop on quaternary sedimentation and climate history of the Black, Marmara, and Aegean seas
  • John Jaeger (University of Florida): Evaluating decadal-scale climate change and geomagnetic paleointensity records in continental shelf strata of the subarctic Pacific
  • Sean Gulick (University of Texas at Austin) and Peter Flemings (Pennsylvania State University): Site augmentation in the Nankai Trough: geological reconnaissance, seafloor fluid flow indicators, and shallow seafloor measurements using Kaiko ROV

Funded March 2002 through February 2003

  • Charles Paull (MBARI): Monterey Bay borehole test facility mini-workshop.
  • Geoffrey Wheat (University of Alaska-Fairbanks): retrieval of data and continuous fluid samplers from the CORK at ODP Site 1200
  • Terry Edgar (U.S. Geological Survey): SE Asian eperic seas drilling project (Proposal #602) mini-workshop
  • Martin Fisk (Oregon State University): Deep biosphere proposal mini-workshop; a JOI/U.S. Science Support Program-sponsored planning workshop September 5-6, 2002; Bergen, Norway
  • Kate Moran (University of Rhode Island) and Gary Greene (Mass Landing): High resolution seismic reflection data for proposed sites in APL21

Funded March 2001 through February 2002

  • Andrew Fisher (University of California, Santa Cruz): Design of the next generation of coring tools for in-situ temperature measurements
  • Kathleen Marsaglia (California State University, Northridge): Web/CD atlas of ODP core photographs
  • Greg Moore (University of Hawaii): Participation in a workshop to develop an IODP proposal for riser drilling of the Nankai Trough Seismogenic Zone
  • Richard Jarrard (University of Utah): Refinement of LAS-based mineralogy technique for ODP Leg 199
  • Mitch Lyle (Boise State University): Building IESX databases for shipboard use on ODP Leg 199: Integrating digital seismic reflection data from site surveys with well logging and recovered sediment core
  • Bernard Coakley (Tulane University): Site augmentation in support of ODP proposal #533: seismic reflection data acquisition over the Lomonosov Ridge from the IB ODEN (partial funding)

Funded March 2000 through February 2001

  • James Zachos (University of California, Santa Cruz): Early cenozoic extreme climates: The Walvis Ridge Transect
  • Geoff Wheat (University of Alaska Fairbanks): Support for downhole instruments for Leg 195, site MAF-4B
  • Peter deMenocal (Columbia University, LDEO): Site augmentation proposal 575-Full3, Gulf of Aden drilling: testing African climate-human evolution hyposthesis
  • Bernard Coakley (Tulane University): Site augmentation in support of ODP proposal #533: Seismic reflection data acquisition over the Lomonosov Ridge from the IB ODEN (partial funding)
  • Peter D. Clift (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution): Seismic stratigraphic study of the Murray Ridge

Funded March 1999 through February 2000

  • Eli Silver (University of California, Santa Cruz): data and scientific collaboration in Nicaragua: site augmentation support associated with proposed future drilling and MARGINs science
  • John Diebold (Columbia University, LDEO): Site 1108 seismic data augmentation.
  • Peter Clift (WHOI): Himalayan uplift and sistory of the Indian monsoon recorded in the Indus Fan
  • Joris Gieskes (Scripps Institution of Oceanography): In-situ sampling of pore fluids and gases with the “fisseler” water sampler – a site augmentation proposal for Legs 190/192
  • Maurice Tivey (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution): Geophysical analysis of new shipboard data to place constraints on the tectonic setting of Atlantis Bank and ODP Site 735B.
  • Steve D’Hondt (University of Rhode Island): Chemical limits to microbial communities in deep-sea sediments

Funded March 1998 through February, 1999

  • Mike Fuller (University of Hawaii): Investigation of coring induced magnetic contamination in ODP APC cores
  • Geraldo Iturrino (Columbia University, LDEO): Assessment of velocity anisotropy and shear wave splitting in Hole 735B using the Dipole Shear Sonic Imaging tool (DSI)
  • Lloyd D. Keigwin (WHOI): High resolution acoustic surveys of drill sites on the Bermuda Rise and Laurentian Fan
  • John Goff (University of Texas at Austin): Ultra-high resolution swath mapping, CHIRP sonar, bottom photography and grab sampling in support of a shallow water (jack-up drilling) extension of the mid-Atlantic sea level transect

Funded March 1997 through February 1998

  • Lewis Abrams (University of North Carolina, Wilmington) and Roger Larson (URI): Multichannel seismic profiling over Nauru Basin and Ontong Java Plateau on University of Tokyo cruise, KH-98-1
  • Alan Mix (Oregon State University): Leg 177 Deployment of OSU split core analysis track.
  • Gerardo Iturrino (Columbia University, LDEO): Assessment of velocity anisotropy and shear wave splitting in Hole 735B using the Dipole Shear Sonic Imaging tool (DSI)
  • Loren Kroenke (University of Hawaii): Participation in a Japanese site survey cruise to the Ontong Java Plateau: site augmentation proposal
  • Edward Winterer (Scripps Institution of Oceanography): Participation in a Japanese site survey cruise in support of drilling on Ontong Java Plateau
  • Patricia Fryer (University of Hawaii): Site augmentation for ODP proposal 505, slab-derived fluids and geochemical mass balance in the Mariana Convergent Margin.
  • Ralph Stephen (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution): VSP hydrophone for ODP Leg 176
  • Eugene Domack (Hamilton College): Site augmentation proposal in support of shipping costs of seismic equipment used in the Palmer Deep, Antarctica, during Leg 178
  • Paul Mann (University of Texas at Austin): U.S. participation in Japanese KH98-1 (Leg 1) cruise to the North Solomon Trench and Ontong Java Plateau: ODP site survey in support of collisional and fluid processes

Funded March 1996 through February 1997

  • Joris Gieskes (Scripps Institution of Oceanography): High-temperature fluids in Hole 858G: A proposal for sampling during ODP Leg 169
  • Mike Coffin (University of Texas at Austin): U.S. participation in Australian Shipboard Program on the Kergeulen Plateau: ODP site survey in support of large igneous province objectives
  • Carlos Pirmez (Columbia University, LDEO): A vertical seismic profile for seismic calibration of the Mid-Atlantic Transect, ODP Leg 174A
  • Carlota Escutia (California State University, Hayward): A site augmentation proposal for the Antarctic Wilkes Land ODP drilling proposal
  • Ralph Stephen (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution): Geophysical surveys at the H20 observatory site

Funded March 1995 through February 1996

  • Carolyn Mutter (Columbia University, LDEO): West Woodlark Basin site augmentation proposal
  • David Chapman (University of Utah): “Hydrocell 95” participation in Canadian site survey to sedimented flank of the Juan de Fuca Ridge (ODP Leg 168)
  • Steven Holbrook and Ralph Stephen (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution): Vertical seismic profiling of gas hydrate deposits during ODP Leg 163
  • James Austin (University of Texas at Austin): Safe Science Along the Mid-Atlantic Transect (MAT): Site-specific hazards surveying on the continental terrace offshore New Jersey in support of sea-level objectives
  • Gregor Eberli (University of Miami): Precise correlation of cores with high-resolution seismic data: Request for a “check shot” survey (VSP) during ODP Leg 166
  • Alan Mix (Oregon State University): Deployment of the OSU digital reflectance spectroscopy tool on ODP Leg 167
  • Geoffrey Wheat (University of Alaska Fairbanks) and Hans Jannasch (MBARI): Long-term continuous sampling of fluids in instrumented borehole seals on the Juan de Fuca Ridge and flank