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Press Release 12-154

Brazil Joins International Marine Research Effort

Newest nation to participate in Integrated Ocean Drilling Program

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Photo of scientists and engineers working on the rig floor aboard the drill ship JOIDES Resolution.

Scientists and engineers at work on the rig floor aboard the drill ship JOIDES Resolution.

Credit: John Beck


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Photo of the drill ship JOIDES Resolution returning from an expedition.

The drill ship JOIDES Resolution returning from an expedition to study the sea floor.

Credit: John Beck


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Photo of scientists and engineers beneath the rig floor.

Beneath the rig floor: The area is a beehive of activity during an expedition.

Credit: William Crawford


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Photo of a researcher conducting a geochemical analysis of the water in ocean-floor sediments.

Researchers conduct a geochemical analysis of the water in ocean-floor sediments.

Credit: John Beck


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Photo of geologists sampling a sediment core.

Geologists sample a sediment core brought up from beneath the bottom of the sea.

Credit: John Beck


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