Greatest Hits, Volume 2

The following documents are contributions to Greatest Hits, Volume
2, a collection of key advances made by the Ocean Drilling Program.
They focus on findings made since 1997, when the first Greatest
Hits volume was published. A selection of “hits” has been
published along with background information on ODP as ODP
Highlights.
You can request a hard copy
of the publication or download a PDF
version.
Additional ODP
legacy materials are available on the web, including “Achievement
and Opportunities of Scientific Ocean Drilling”.
Download one page contributions (in PDF format) on multiple topics:
Technology, Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, Microbiology, Hazards, Architecture
of the Earth,
Resources, and Additional
Hits.
Technology Deciphering the Structure
of the Ocean Crust Using Downhole Logs
Samantha Barr, Department
of Geology, University of Leicester, U.K. Subseafloor “Rivers”
of Fluid and Heat
Andrew T. Fisher, Institute for Geophysics
and Planetary Physics and Department of Earth Sciences, University
of California, Santa Cruz, USA The Ocean Seismic Network
Pilot Experiment
Ralph A. Stephen, S.T. Bolmer,
J.A. Collins and K.R. Peal, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution,
J.A. Hildebrand, J.A. Orcutt, DF.N. Spiess, and F.L. Vernon,
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, U.S.A. How Physical Properties Identify Structures
and Composition of Igneous Basement Rock
Heike Delius,
Department of Geology, University of Leicester, U.K.
and A. Bartezko and R. Pechnig, Aachen University of
Technology Watching Plates Move with CORK Observatories
Earl
Davis, Pacific Geoscience Centre, Geological Survey of Canada;
Keir Becker, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science,
University of Miami, USA Looking Beneath the Seabed
Gerardo J. Iturrino and David Goldberg, Lamont-Doherty
Earth Observatory, USA Shear Wave Velocity, Crustal Anisotropy,
and In Situ Stress in the Vicinity of the Kane Fracture Zone
David
Goldberg and Gerardo Iturrino, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory,
Palisades, New York, USA;
Doug Patterson, Baker-Atlas INTEQ, Houston, Texas, USA Using Images to Find Accurate Orientation
and Location of ODP Cores
Sarah L. Haggas, Department of Geology,
University of Leicester, U.K. Borehole Image Data: Identification
of Rock Type
Sarah L. Haggas, Department of Geology,
University of Leicester, U.K. Climate Change Climate Change in the
Mediterranean Sea
Phillip Meyers, University of Michigan, U.S.A. Antarctic-Australia Separation
Neville
F. Exon, Geoscience Australia, James P. Kennett, Department of
Geological Sciences, UC Santa Barbara, USA; Mitchell J. Malone,
ODP College Station, USA; and the Leg 189 Science Party The Rise of Panama Gerald H. Haug, Dept. of Earth Sciences, ETH Zürich,
Switzerland;
Ralf Tiedemann, GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany Fossil Thermometers
for Earth’s Climate Carrie
Lear, Institute of Marine and Coastal
Sciences, Rutgers University, USA;
Harry Elderfield, University
of Cambridge, UK; and Paul A.
Wilson, University of Southampton,
UK A Marine Record of Holocene Climate
Events in Tropical South America
Gerald H. Haug, Department of
Earth Sciences, ETH Zurich, Switzerland and Larry C. Peterson, Rosenstiel
School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, U.S.A. Neogene Environments: Hints to the Future
Peter
Smolka, University Muenster, Germany Earth’s Orbit and the Mediterranean Rolf Wehausen and Hans-J. Brumsack, Institute for Chemistry and
Biology of the Marine Environment, Oldenburg University, Germany Climate Change and Microorganism Size
Kunio
Kaiho, Institute of Geology and Paleontology, Tohoku University,
Japan Namibia Upwelling: Ocean Meadows off
the Desert
Wolfgang
H. Berger and C. B. Lange, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USA;
Gerold Wefer, University of Bremen, Germany Clues to Global Warming Found in Antarctica
Eugene Domack, Hamilton College, USA The Suffocation of an Ocean
Jochen
Erbacher, Marine Geology and Deep Sea Mining, Federal Institute for
Geosciences and Natural Resources, Germany;
Brian T. Huber, Smithsonian Institution, USA;
Richard Norris, Wood Hole Oceanographic Institution, USA The Lost World: Environmental
Effects During the Formation of a Giant Volcanic Province
Millard
F. Coffin, The University of Tokyo & Japan Marine Science
and Technology Center;
Fred A. Frey, New York Institute of Technology; Paul Wallace,
University of Oregon, USA;
ODP Leg 183 Scientific Party Tales of Black
Shales
Adina Paytan, Stanford University, USA Seawater,
Sulfate, and Climate
Adina Paytan, Stanford University; Miriam Kastner,
Scripps Institute of Oceanography; Douglas Campbell and Mark
H. Thiemens, University of California San Diego; USA Sea Level Change Using the New Jersey
Continental Shelf to Understand Sea Level Change
Craig S. Fulthorpe
and James A. Austin Jr., Institute for Geophysics, University of
Texas at Austin, U.S.A. Estimating the Magnitude of Sea Level Change
Alexandra
Isern, National Science Foundation, USA History of the Antarctic Ice Sheet
Peter
Barker, British Antarctic Survey; Angelo Camerlenghi, OGS Italy;Alan
Cooper, US Geological Survey;
Phil O’Brien, Australian Geological Survey Microbiology Microbes: Life Deep Beneath
the Seafloor
David C. Smith, University of Rhode Island, USA The Meeting of Two
Microbial Worlds
Walter S. Borowski, Eastern Kentucky University,
Charles K. Paull and William Ussler III, Monterey Bay Aquarium
Research Institute, USA Small Organisms on the Sea Floor: Understanding
Pathways of Carbon in the Oceans
Ellen Thomas, Earth and Environmental
Sciences, Wesleyan University, U.S.A. Hazards The Earth’s Next Move
Kiyoshi Suyehiro, Japan Marine Science and Technology
Center Clues to What Happens at Converging
Plates
Alex Maltman, Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences,
University of Wales, U.K. Fault Weakening by Hydrothermal
Fluid Flow: Fact vs. Friction
Jacqueline S. Floyd and John C. Mutter, Lamont-Doherty
Earth Observatory and Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences,
Columbia University, U.S.A Architecture of the Earth Into the Deep Ocean
Crust
Benoît Ildefonse,
CNRS, Université Montpellier 2, France
Henry Dick, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, USA
Mathilde Cannat, CNRS, IPG Paris, France Rupturing Continents
Exposed Mantle Rocks
Bob Whitmarsh, Southampton Oceanography
Centre, UK and the ODP Legs 149 and 173 Shipboard Scientific Parties Mud Volcanoes in
the Eastern Mediterranean
Achim J. Kopf, Scripps Institution of Oceanography,
USA
Alastair H.F. Robertson, University of Edinburgh, UK When Did the
Himalayas Get High?
Louis A. Derry, Department of Earth and
Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University, USA;
Christian France-Lanord, Centre des Recherches Pétrographiques
et Géochimiques, France LIP Reading: Understanding
the Kerguelen Plateau and Broken Ridgean
Millard F. Coffin, The University of Tokyo & Japan
Marine Science and Technology Center, Japan; Fred A. Frey, New York
Institute of Technology, USA; Paul Wallace, University of Oregon,
USA; ODP Leg 183 Scientific Party Wandering Poles and Colliding
Continents
Gary D. Acton, Ocean Drilling Program, Texas A&M
University, USA The Oldest Crust in Ocean
Basins
John Ludden, CRPG-CNRS, France
Terry Plank, Boston University, USA
Roger Larson University of Rhode Island, USA Devolatization and Geochemical Cycling along
out-of-sequence Thrust off Japan
Achim J. Kopf and Annette Deyhle, Scripps Institution
of Oceanography, USA Twin Hotspot Tracks
and Ridge Jumps: The Evolution of the Cocos Nazca Spreading Center
Martin Meschede and Udo Barckhausen, Institut für
Geologische Wissenschaften, Germany Eratosthenes
Seamount
Alastair H.F. Robertson, University of Edinburgh,
U.K. Benthic
Foraminifera from ODP Sites Verify Model of Subduction Erosion
Martin Meschede, Institut für Geologische Wissenschaften,
Germany Resources Treasure in the Making
Under the Sea Floor
Fernando Barriga, University of
Lisbon, Portugal; Ray Binns, CSIRO Division of Exploration and
Mining,
Australia; Jay Miller, Texas A&M University, USA ODP Breaking Through Barriers Martin Hovland, Statoil, Norway Pressure Cooking
of Sediments
Joris Gieskes, Scripps Institution of Oceanography,
USA; Rachael James, The Open University, UK; Junishiro Ishibashi,
Laboratory of Earthquake Chemistry, University of Tokyo; Wayne Goodfellow,
Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa; Robert Zierenberg, University
of California, Davis, USA Additional Hits Russian Oceanography is Still
Alive
Nikita A. Bogdanov and Ivan A. Basov, Institute of
the Lithosphere of Marginal Seas, Russian Academy of Sciences ODP
USSSP
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Greatest Hits, Volume 2The following documents are contributions to Greatest Hits, Volume
2, a collection of key advances made by the Ocean Drilling Program.
They focus on findings made since 1997, when the first Greatest
Hits volume was published. A selection of “hits” has been
published along with background information on ODP as ODP
Highlights.
You can request a hard copy
of the publication or download a PDF
version. Additional ODP
legacy materials are available on the web, including “Achievement
and Opportunities of Scientific Ocean Drilling”.Download one page contributions (in PDF format) on multiple topics:
Technology, Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, Microbiology, Hazards, Architecture
of the Earth,
Resources, and Additional
Hits.TechnologyClimate ChangeSea Level ChangeMicrobiology  Architecture of the EarthResourcesAdditional Hits