主催：IODP-India、ANZIC (Australia-New Zealand IODP Consortium)
参加申込：オーガナイザーであるNeville Exon (Neville.Exonの後に@anu.edu.au)とDhananjai Pandey (dhananjaiの後に@gmail.com)に連絡
An Indian Ocean IODP Workshop is to be held in Goa on 17-18 October, and planning is well underway. The workshop will be hosted by India, and is jointly planned by India and ANZIC. The conference organisers dealing with foreign scientists are Neville Exon of the Australian National University, Dhananjai Pandey of NCAOR, Goa, and Stephen Gallagher of Melbourne University. Many key participants have agreed they will come, but we are now asking other scientists with ideas potential Indian Ocean scientific ocean drilling to consider applying to attend. Numbers will be limited. The aim is to further develop existing proposals and start work on new proposals, which could be considered for drilling from late 2013, assuming that JOIDES Resolution will go into the Indian Ocean at the beginning of the next phase of IODP. The latest plans have the JOIDES Resolution program for the present phase of IODP ending in the Sea of Japan in late 2013
Because there has been no scientific ocean drilling in the Indian Ocean for nearly a decade, this workshop is vital in building the international scientific alliances that can lead to further strong proposals. Also, India itself has only joined IODP recently and such a workshop will provide wide exposure of the Indian science community to IODP science and IODP capability, leading to better understanding and new IODP proposals. The following four themes have been arranged for the workshop and planning sub-committees have been formed:
1. Cenozoic oceanography, climate change, gateways and reef development.
This is designed to cover both broad questions related to the Indian Ocean, and more narrow ones such as the causes and effects of the Indonesian Throughflow current and of sea level rise and fall and the origin of late Pleistocene reefs. Sub-committee Chairman is Stephen Gallagher of Melbourne University (sjgallの後に@unimelb.edu.au)
2. The history of the monsoons.
This will cover tectonics, uplift, weathering and erosion, sediment deposition, and climate and oceanography. It will deal with all Indian Ocean areas affected by monsoons. This will allow discussions/nurturing of proposals emerged since the Detailed Planning Group (DPG) workshop on monsoon in 2008. Sub-Committee Chairman is S. Rajan (rajanの後に@ncaor.org)
3. Tectonics and volcanism.
There are many questions related to the tectonism of the Indian Ocean, such as plate tectonics, the evolution of the oceanic crust including mid-ocean ridge formation, and the formation of large igneous provinces; continental rifting and related deposition; subduction, arc volcanism and earthquakes. Sub-committee chairman is Mike Coffin (Mike.Coffinの後に@utas.edu.au)
4. The deep biosphere.
Pioneering studies of the “extremophiles” of the deep biosphere in sediments and basalts have largely been concentrated in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Given the different nature of the oceanography and inputs of organic matter into the Indian Ocean, the deep biota could be rather different there. Sub-committee Chairman is Steve D’Hondt (dhondtの後に@gso.uri.edu)
Note that the 7th International Conference on Asian Marine Geology, which has an IODP session, is taking place in Goa in the previous week, should you wish to attend that meeting.
Should you be interested in attending the workshop there are three steps to take:
1) Examine the draft program as set out below
2) Contact the conference organisers with an expression of interest setting out briefly what you will bring to the workshop:
Neville Exon (Neville.Exonの後に@anu.edu.au and Dhananjai Pandey (dhananjaiの後に@gmail.com)
3) Contact your funding agencies for necessary support. American scientists, for example, have a proposal for funding for eight scientists with Ocean Leadership (Application by Steven Clemens Steven_Clemensの後に@brown.edu). IODP-MI is supporting a number of key participants from member countries and much of its funding has been already allocated. ANZIC is supporting Australian and New Zealand participants.
Day 1, Sunday 16 October
Evening ice breaker get-together
Day 2, Monday 17 October
Morning plenary session (2.5 hours)
09.00-09.30 Inaugural Session
09.30-09.45 Introduction to the new science plan (Arculus)
10.10-11.30 Overview of research themes:
keynote speakers (theme chairs) will review each theme and the results of previous ocean drilling in the region (4 x 15 minute presentations plus 5 minutes questions)
11.50-01.30 Thematic Breakout session
Review of existing proposals and their history (10 mins talk/10 mins questions depending on number of proposals)
Lead proponents (or their co-proponent proxy) of existing proposals have been invited to give a presentation. See list below of existing proposals and how they relate to the four themes.
|549 Full 6||Theme 2||Northern Arabian Sea Monsoon||? Luckge, Germany|
|552 Full3||Theme 2||Bengal Fan||France-Lanord, France|
|595 Full4||Theme 2||Indus Fan and Murray Ridge||Clift, UK|
|702 Full||Theme 1||Southern African Climates||?Zahn, Spain|
|667 Tier 2||Theme 1||NW Australian Shelf Eustasy||Fulthorpe, USA|
|724 Full||Theme 1||Gulf of Aden Faunal Evolution||?|
|760 Pre||Theme 1||SW Australia Margin Cretaceous Climate||?Grocke, UK|
|776 Full||Theme 1||Arabian Sea Paleoclimate||Pandey, India|
|778 Full||Theme 1||Tanzania Margin Paleoclimate Transect||Wade, UK|
|704 Full2||Theme 3||Sumatra Seismogenic Zone||Goldfinger, USA|
|727 APL||Theme 3||Afar Mantle Plume Dispersion||Shinjo, Japan|
|701 Pre2||Theme 4||Great Australian Bight Deep Biosphere||?|
|780 Pre||Theme 4||Rodriguez Triple Junction Microbiology||?Kumagai, Japan|
02.30-04.30 Thematic breakout session
Key scientific hypotheses that can be tested by drilling the Indian Ocean
Members of scientific community will give short presentations (10 to 20 mins each plus 10 mins questions) on possible proposals/ideas to test key scientific hypotheses by drilling the Indian Ocean. This session will also be used to identify potential proposals that can be nurtured in a later breakout session.
It is anticipated that the majority of the potential participants in this part of the workshop will have previously submitted a short (100 word summary) of possible drilling prospects/ideas.? These will be considered by the committee for inclusion in this session.
Day 3, Tuesday 18 October
09.00-10.45 Thematic breakout session
Key scientific hypotheses that can be tested by drilling the Indian Ocean continued….
11.10-01.00 Breakout session into thematic subgroups
Nurturing new or existing proposals
Each theme group will be split into three or four subgroups (chaired by committee members) to discuss and nurture new prospects identified or pre-existing proposals that can be matured.? Each subgroup will generate a proposal plan/discussion document that will be presented to the session chair in a later session.
02.00-03.00 Breakout session into thematic subgroups
Nurturing new or existing proposals continued…..
03.00-04.00 Breakout session
Each subgroup presents the results of discussions to the session chair for inclusion in the final plenary session.
04.30-05.30 Final Plenary session
The Theme Chairs will present a summary of prospective new proposals or revisions of previous proposals.
05.30-05.45 Concluding remarks
Evening: Small committee convenes to write Workshop Report for EOS and IODP-MI.
Day 4, Wednesday 18 October
Small committee continues to write Workshop Report for EOS and IODP-MI.
1. Cenozoic oceanography, climate change, gateways and reef development.
- Dr. Stephen Gallagher, Scientist, biostratigrapher and micropaleontologist, University of Melbourne, Australia (Chairman)
- Dr. Steven Clemens, paleoceanography, Brown University, USA
- Dr. Andre Droxler, sea level and reefs, Rice University, USA
- Dr. Divakar Naidu, paleoceanography, National Institute of Oceanography, India
- Dr. Maureen Raymo, paleoceanography, Brown University, USA
2. The history of the monsoon
- Dr. S. Rajan, sedimentology, National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research, India (Chairman)
- Dr. Peter Clift, Himalayan uplift and monsoon, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
- Prof. Anil K Gupta, Himalayan uplift and monsoon, Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehradun, India
- Dr. R. K Sharma, marine geology, MoES, Delhi, India
3. Tectonics and volcanism?
- Dr. Mike Coffin, marine geophysics and LIPS, University of Tasmania, Australia (Chairman)
- Dr. Richard Arculus, igneous petrologist, Australian National University, Australia
- Dr. K. S. Krishna, marine geophysics, NIO, Goa, India
- Dr. Jim Mori, Kyoto University, seismogenic zones, Kyoto University, Japan
- Prof. Dietmar Mueller, plate tectonicist, University of Sydney, Australia (not attending)
- Dr. Richard Wysoczanski, igneous petrology, NIWA, New Zealand
4. The deep biosphere
- Dr Steve D’Hondt, microbiologist and micropaleontologist, University of Rhode Island (Chairman)
- Dr Verena Heuer, microbiologist, MARUM, Germany
- Dr. S. Shivaji, microbiologist, Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad, India
- Dr. Ken Takai, microbiologist, JAMSTEC, Japan
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