Expedition Menu
1. Introduction
2. 
The Question
3. Funding
4. Study Area
5. Background
6.
Seismogenic Zone
7. Chief Scientists
8. The Journey
9. Ship Tour
10. Leaving Port
11. Seismic Method
12. Seismic Source
13. Seismic Recording
14. 3-D Acquisition
15. Life at Sea
16. In the Lab
17. Time to Depart
18. Data Processing
19. The 3-D Volume
20. Interpretation
21. Your Turn
22. Comparison
23, Publication
24. IODP Drilling

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This material is based
upon work supported
by the
National Science Foundation
under
Grant No. 0633234


 


 

NanTroSEIZE in 3-D

Imaging an Active Plate Boundary Fault
10. Leaving Port

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Taking on the Last Supplies Before Heading to Sea
Not Helicopter Pad, Crane and Gear that is Used for Survey


Not Much of a Departure Crowd


Leaving the Harbor with Our Companion Ship, Called a Chase Boat for the Next Month. The Chase Boat Will Warn Other Ships in the Vicinity of the Survey of Our Equipment Under Tow


At Sea, At Last, Preparing to Begin Our Work

©Copyright 2009
July 23, 2009

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Department of Geology
San Jose State University
NanTroSEIZE Drilling Objectives
Modified from IODP Nankai Trough Seismogenic Zone Experiment

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