Category / Fieldwork

  • Check out this UDaily article highlighting graduate student Kuan-Yu Lin’s research as part of the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) Expedition 399 to the Atlantis Massif in spring 2023.

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  • A recent Washington Post article by Carolyn Y. Johnson features IODP Expedition 399. This expedition, in which UD graduate student Kuan-Yu Lin is participating, has drilled over a kilometer of rocks from below the seafloor! Read the article “In a geologic triumph, scientists drill a window into Earth’s mantle” here.

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  • This Science news article by Paul Voosen highlights the amazing success of the International Ocean Discovery Program Expedition 399 to Atlantis Massif. Scroll down for a photo of University of Delaware graduate student Kuan-Yu Lin analyzing rocks samples aboard the ship!

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  • April 12, 2023 - Jessica M Warren

    Kuan-Yu Lin sails on IODP Expedition 399

    Graduate student Kuan-Yu Lin set sail in April for the Atlantis Massif (~30N, 42W in the Atlantic Ocean) on the drill ship Joides Resolution. He is participating in Expedition 399 “Building Blocks of Life, Atlantis Massif” of the International Ocean Discovery Program. Follow the progress of the expedition here. Read more about Kuan-Yu’s research here.

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  • March 7, 2023 - Jessica M Warren

    Observing a seismic cycle at sea

    Our article about ship-based research into deformation and seismicity of the Gofar Transform Fault is published in Eos: Boettcher, M.S., E.C. Roland, J.M. Warren, R.L. Evans, and J.A. Collins, 2023. Observing a seismic cycle at sea, Eos, 104,

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  • August 3, 2022 - Jessica M Warren

    Eruption response fieldwork at Kīlauea Volcano

    Graduate student Abigail Nalesnik and UD affiliate professor Kendra J. Lynn are featured in this amazing interactive piece by Tracey Bryant and Dave Barczak for the UD Research magazine. The story describes their encounter with a volcanic eruption at Kīlauea’s Halema’uma’u crater in 2021.

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  • January 26, 2022 - Jessica M Warren

    @4CASTGofar sails again

    Leg 3 of the 2019-2021 Gofar Transform Fault Earthquake Prediction Experiment set sail from San Diego earlier this month and arrived on site in the equatorial Pacific this week. The scientists, engineers, and crew aboard the R/V Thompson are now working to recover ocean bottom seismometers, use the autonomous underwater vehicle Sentry to image the […]

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  • December 12, 2019 - Jessica M Warren

    Back to shore!

    We’re back from cruise AT42-20, with lots of rocks!

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  • November 17, 2019 - Jessica M Warren

    Follow 4CASTGofar on Twitter

    Follow us on Twitter @4CASTGofar (4D Characterization of Aseismic and Seismic Transients at Gofar – thanks to co-PI Emily Roland for a great acronym)!

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  • November 16, 2019 - Jessica M Warren

    Departure from San Diego

    We set sail at 1600 on Nov 16th from San Diego!

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