Citations Related to ODP Legs

Citations include published Initial Reports and Scientific Results manuscripts; published or in press book/journal articles; and conference papers authors have notified us about.

Also see the Ocean Drilling Citation Database and IODP Proceedings bibliographies.

  • Leg 210: Drilling the Newfoundland Half of the Newfoundland–Iberia Transect: The First Conjugate Margin Drilling in a Nonvolcanic Rift
  • Leg 209: Drilling Mantle Peridotite along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge from 14° to 16°N
  • Leg 208: Early Cenozoic Extreme Climates: The Walvis Ridge Transect
  • Leg 207: Demerara Rise: Equatorial Cretaceous and Paleogene Paleoceanographic Transect, Western Atlantic
  • Leg 206: An In Situ Section of Upper Oceanic Crust Formed by Superfast Seafloor Spreading
  • Leg 205: Fluid Flow and Subduction Fluxes across the Costa Rica Convergent Margin: Implications for the Seismogenic Zone and Subduction Factory
  • Leg 204: Drilling Gas Hydrates on Hydrate Ridge, Cascadia Continental Margin
  • Leg 203: Dynamics of Earth and Ocean Systems
  • Leg 202: Southeast Pacific Paleoceanographic Transects
  • Leg 201: Controls on Microbial Communities in Deeply Buried Sediments, Eastern Equatorial Pacific and Peru Margin
  • Leg 200: Drilling at the Hawaii-2 Observatory (H2O) and the Nuuanu Landslide
  • Leg 199: Paleogene Equatorial Transect
  • Leg 198: Extreme Warmth in the Cretaceous and Paleogene: a Depth Transect on Shatsky Rise, Central Pacific
  • Leg 197: Motion of the Hawaiian Hotspot: A Paleomagnetic Test
  • Leg 196: Deformation and Fluid Flow Processes in the Nankai Trough Accretionary Prism: Logging While Drilling and Advanced CORKs (joint with 190)
  • Leg 195: Seafloor Observatories and the Kuroshio Current
  • Leg 194: Sea Level Magnitudes Recorded by Continental Margin Sequences on the Marion Plateau, Northeast Australia
  • Leg 193: Anatomy of an Active Felsic-Hosted Hydrothermal System, Eastern Manus Basin
  • Leg 192: Basement Drilling of the Ontong Java Plateau
  • Leg 191: West Pacific ION Project/Hammer Drill Engineering
  • Leg 190: Deformation and Fluid Flow Processes in the Nankai Trough Accretionary Prism (joint with 196)
  • Leg 189: The Tasmanian Gateway between Australia and Antarctica–Paleoclimate and Paleoceanography
  • Leg 188: Prydz Bay-Cooperation Sea, Antarctica
  • Leg 187: Mantle Reservoirs and Migration Associated with Australian Antarctic Rifting
  • Leg 186: Western Pacific Geophysical Observatories
  • Leg 185: Izu-Mariana Margin
  • Leg 184: South China Sea
  • Leg 183: Kerguelen Plateau-Broken Ridge: A Large Igneous Province
  • Leg 182: Great Australian Bight: Cenozoic Cool-Water Carbonates
  • Leg 181: Southwest Pacific Gateways
  • Leg 180: Active Continental Extension in the Western Woodlark Basin, Papua New Guinea
  • Leg 179: Hammer Drilling and NERO
  • Leg 178: Antarctic Glacial History and Sea-level Change
  • Leg 177: Southern Ocean Paleoceanography
  • Leg 176: Return to Hole 735B
  • Leg 175: Benguela Current
  • Leg 174B: CORK Hole 395A
  • Leg 174AX: New Jersey Coastal Plain
  • Leg 174A: Continuing the New Jersey Mid-Atlantic Sea-level Transect
  • Leg 173: Return to Iberia
  • Leg 172: Northwest Atlantic Sediment Drifts
  • Leg 171B: Blake Nose Paleoceanographic Transect
  • Leg 171A: Northern Barbados Accretionary Prism: Logging While Drilling
  • Leg 170: Costa Rica Accretionary Wedge
  • Leg 169: Sedimented Ridges II
  • Leg 169S: Saanich Inlet
  • Leg 168: Hydrothermal Circulation in the Oceanic Crust: Juan de Fuca Ridge
  • Leg 167: California Margin
  • Leg 166: Bahamas Transect
  • Leg 165: Caribbean Ocean History and the K/T Boundary Event
  • Leg 164: Gas Hydrate Sampling on the Blake Ridge and Carolina Rise
  • Leg 163X: Offset Drilling on the Southeast Greenland Volcanic Rifted Margin
  • Leg 163: Southeast Greenland Margin
  • Leg 162: North Atlantic Gateways
  • Leg 161: Mediterranean Sea II: The Western Mediterranean
  • Leg 160: Mediterranean Sea I: The Eastern Mediterranean
  • Leg 159T: Eastern Canary Basin
  • Leg 159: Côte d'Ivoire-Ghana Transform Margin
  • Leg 158: TAG Active Hydrothermal Mound
  • Leg 157: Gran Canaria and Madeira Abyssal Plain
  • Leg 156: Northern Barbados Ridge
  • Leg 155: Amazon Fan
  • Leg 154: Ceara Rise
  • Leg 153: Mid-Atlantic Ridge
  • Leg 152: East Greenland Margin
  • Leg 151: North Atlantic-Arctic Gateways I
  • Leg 150X: New Jersey Coastal Plain
  • Leg 150: New Jersey Continental Slope and Rise
  • Leg 149: Iberia Abyssal Plain
  • Leg 148: Costa Rica Rift
  • Leg 147: Hess Deep Rift Valley
  • Leg 146 Pt. 2: Santa Barbara Basin
  • Leg 146 Pt. 1: Cascadia Margin
  • Leg 145: North Pacific Transit
  • Leg 144: Northwest Pacific Atolls and Guyots
  • Leg 143: Northwest Pacific Atolls and Guyots
  • Leg 142: East Pacific Rise
  • Leg 141: Chile Triple Junction
  • Leg 140: Costa Rica Rift (joint with 137)
  • Leg 139: Middle Valley, Juan de Fuca Ridge
  • Leg 138: Eastern Equatorial Pacific
  • Leg 137: Costa Rica Rift (joint with 140)
  • Leg 136: Hawaiian Arch
  • Leg 135: Lau Basin
  • Leg 134: Vanuatu (New Hebrides)
  • Leg 133: Northeast Australian Margin
  • Leg 132: Western and Central Pacific
  • Leg 131: Nankai Trough
  • Leg 130: Ontong Java Plateau
  • Leg 129: Old Pacific Crust
  • Legs 127/128: Japan Sea
  • Leg 126: Bonin Arc-Trench System
  • Leg 125: Bonin/Mariana Region
  • Leg 124E: Philippine Sea
  • Leg 124: Celebes and Sulu Seas
  • Leg 123: Argo Abyssal Plain/Exmouth Plateau
  • Leg 122: Exmouth Plateau
  • Leg 121: Broken Ridge and Ninetyeast Ridge
  • Leg 120: Central Kerguelen Plateau
  • Leg 119: Keguelen Plateau-Prydz Bay
  • Leg 118: Southwest Indian Ridge
  • Leg 117: Oman Margin
  • Leg 116: Distal Bengal Fan
  • Leg 115: Mascarene Plateau
  • Leg 114: Subantarctic South Atlantic
  • Leg 113: Weddell Sea, Antarctica
  • Leg 112: Peru Continental Margin
  • Leg 111: Costa Rica Rift
  • Leg 110: Barbados Ridge
  • Leg 109: Mid-Atlantic Ridge (joint with 106)
  • Leg 108: Eastern Tropical Atlantic
  • Leg 107: Tyrrhenian Sea
  • Leg 106: Mid-Atlantic Ridge (joint with 109)
  • Leg 105: Baffin Bay and Labrador Sea
  • Leg 104: Norwegian Sea
  • Leg 103: Galicia Margin
  • Leg 102: Bermuda Rise
  • Leg 101: Bahamas


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