Future course of scientific ocean drilling
Article first published online: 3 JUN 2011
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Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union
Volume 74, Issue 47, page 556, 23 November 1993
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1993), Future course of scientific ocean drilling, Eos Trans. AGU, 74(47), 556–556, doi:10.1029/93EO10581.(
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Outlining important U.S. scientific problems that, to be properly addressed, must be investigated with a drilling ship was the objective of the U.S. COMmittee on POST-1998 Ocean Drilling (COMPOST), which met in Seattle October 14–15. Members of COMPOST were chosen specifically by the Joint Oceanographic Institutions-U.S. Science Advisory (JOI-USSAC) as representatives of major ongoing ocean sciences initiatives in the United States.
The scientific rationale for drilling was examined and COMPOST summarized what the Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) has done and can do for the following initiatives: Marine Aspects of Earth System History (MESH)