The Deep Sea Drilling Project: A Decade of Progress

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The Deep Sea Drilling Project: A Decade of Progress

SEPM Special Publication 32

John E. Warme, Robert G. Douglas, Edward L. Winterer

Publication date: 1981
Subject: Dsdp, Marine Geology

At the present the Glomar Challenger has drilled over 500 holes over the world ocean, involving hundreds of scientists from dozens of countries. This volume is intended as a review of some of theimportant results from the most comprehensive, ambitious and successful earth-bound geologic project ever undertaken.

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At the present the Glomar Challenger has drilled over 500 holes over the world ocean, involving hundreds of scientists from dozens of countries. This volume is intended as a review of some of theimportant results from the most comprehensive, ambitious and successful earth-bound geologic project ever undertaken. The symposium upon which this volume originated was held April 4, 1979 at the SEPM/AAPG Annual Meeting in Houston. No comprehensive synthesis of all aspects of the DSDP has appeared, and the topic coverage in this volume is biased towards the sediments and fossils, and their significance for certain aspects of earth history - paleogeography, bathymetry, climatology, oceanography, ecology, environments - all in keeping with the audience of sedimentary geologists.

Pages: 561
Publisher: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)
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John E. Warme, Robert G. Douglas, Edward L. Winterer