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    Robert A. Duncan,David K. Rea,Robert B. Kidd,Ulrich von Rad,Jeffrey K. Weissel
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Robert A. Duncan and David K. Rea are the authors of Synthesis of Results From Scientific Drilling in the Indian Ocean, published by Wiley. 5. Explosive Ocean Island Volcanism and Seamount Evolution in the Central Indian Ocean (Kerguelen Plateau) P. R. Bitschene, J. Dehn, K. W. Mehl, and . U. Schmincke 105. 6. Emplacement and Subsidence of Indian Ocean Plateaus and Submarine Ridges M. F. Coffin 115. 7. Extensional and Compressional Deformation of the Lithosphere in the Light of ODP Drilling in the Indian Ocean J. K. Weissel, V. A. Childers, and G. D. Karner 127. Tethys ocean margins.

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ISBN: 978-1-118-66803-0. The Ocean Drilling Program (ODP), and its predecessor the Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP), have been an enormously successful international scientific effort aimed at understanding the interactions of the biosphere, atmosphere, oceans, the crust and the mantle through the record of rocks, sediments and fluids in the ocean basins. More and more, ocean drilling is being seen as a critical part of long-term, integrated studies of the earth system.

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Geophysical Monograph Series. Geophysical Monograph 217. Deep Earth. Physics and Chemistry of the Lower Mantle and Core. The idea of this book is based on active discussions in the mineral and rock physics session Chemistry and Physics of Earth’s Lower Mantle and Core at the American Geophysical Union Fall 2013 meeting.

Robert A. Duncan, David K. Rea, Robert B. Kidd, Ulrich von Rad, and Jeffrey K. Weissel. Understanding the origin of the ocean crust by scientific drilling at the axes of mid-ocean ridges is a high priority in the Earth science community, as reflected in the Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) Long Range Plan, the Joint Oceanographic Institutions for Deep Earth Sampling (JOIDES) Lithosphere Panel's White Paper, and several reports of the Ridge Inter-Disciplinary Global Experiments (RIDGE).

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Delivery of Himalayan sediment to northern Indian Ocean and its relation to global climate, sea level, uplift and seawater strontium. in Duncan, R. Rea, D. Kidd, R. von Rad, U. and Weissel, J. (ed., Synthesis of Results from Scientific Drilling in the Indian Ocean, Am. Union Mono, 70: 387–402. Synthesis of Results from Scientific Drilling in the Indian Ocean, Am.

In Synthesis of Results from Scientific Drilling in the Indian Ocean (eds Duncan, RA, Rea, DK, Kidd, RB, von Rad, U and Weissel, JK) . American Geophysical Union, Geophysical Monograph vol. 70. Washington, DC, USA.

In Synthesis of Results from Scientific Drilling in the Indian Ocean (eds Duncan, RA, Rea, DK, Kidd, RB, von Rad, U and Weissel, JK), pp. 447–69. Quade, J, Cerling, TE and Bowman, JR (1989) Development of Asian monsoon revealed by marked ecological shift during the latest Miocene in northern Pakistan.

Compiled by: Robert A. Kidd, Ulrich von Rad, and . Geophysical Monograph Series, Volume 70: Synthesis of results from scientific drilling in the Indian Ocean.

Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Geophysical Monograph Series, Volume 70.The Ocean Drilling Program (ODP), and its predecessor the Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP), have been an enormously successful international scientific effort aimed at understanding the interactions of the biosphere, atmosphere, oceans, the crust and the mantle through the record of rocks, sediments and fluids in the ocean basins. More and more, ocean drilling is being seen as a critical part of long-term, integrated studies of the earth system. A large measure of this success stems from emphasis within this program on responsiveness to innovative ideas, technological developments, and long-range identification of global objectives. But how many of the scientific and technological achievements of ocean drilling are being effectively communicated to the broader earth science community? The JOIDES (Joint Oceanographic Institutions for Deep Earth Sampling) organization, which is responsible for ODP, has recognized the need to publish results in a timely manner. These reports are organized in a leg-by-leg format, two volumes per leg, the Initial Reports and Scientific Results. There has been no formal mechanism within ODP, however, to compare and integrate results from several legs, to track the progress toward a given thematic objective, or to review our new understanding of the geologic history of previously unexplored regions. This volume is a response to the need to synthesize drilling results from the nine-leg Indian Ocean campaign (1987-1989).