Related MARGINS Websites

MARGINS-related Programs/Institutions
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Web site of the EarthScope initiative
An EUROCORES Programme of the European Science Foundation that focuses on the imaging, monitoring and modelling of the physical, chemical, and biological processes that are occurring in the passive continental margin.
ESF hosts pages about the EUROMARGINS program. However, most pages about EUROMARGINS are password-protected.
The French MARGINS Program's website. Contains program overview, newsletter in PDF-format and more. Seulement en francais - in French only.
Web site of the international MARGINS programme. Meetings program, newsletter, and mailing list.
International marine research program that explores the Earth's history and structure as recorded in seafloor sediments and rocks, and monitors subseafloor environments, built upon the successes of the Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) and Ocean Drilling Program (ODP), which revolutionized our view of Earth history and global processes through ocean basin exploration.
Consortium of premier oceanographic research institutions to serve the U.S. scientific community through management of large-scale and global research programs involving scientific ocean drilling initiatives and ocean observing.
The MARGINS Program Announcement at the NSF web site.
Norwegian Margin Network's website
The RCOM in Bremen, Germany, aims to investigate geoscientifically the ocean margins, the transitional zones between the oceans and the continents.
Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) website of the British Ocean Margins Programme - science plan, awards granted and more.
Working for the benefit of the entire U.S. oceanographic community, WHOI operates a fleet of deep-sea exploration vehicles through the National Deep Submergence Facility (NDSF).

MARGINS is an NSF funded program

The MARGINS Office is Hosted by Columbia University

Last updated Thursday, August 2, 2007