AUSTRALIAN MEMBERSHIP OF THE INTERNATION OCEAN DISCOVERY PROGRAM
Grant number: LE160100067 | Funding period: 2016 - 2020
This project is for a 5-year membership of the International Ocean Discovery Program, the world’s largest collaborative research program in earth and ocean sciences addressing international priorities. The program conducts seagoing coring expeditions and monitoring of instrumented boreholes to study the history and current activity of the Earth, recorded in sediments and rocks below the seafloor. The program’s aims include understanding past global environments on multiple time scales, the deep biosphere, plate tectonics, occurrence and distribution of resources, and generation of hazards. Several multinational expeditions are scheduled and planned in our marine jurisdiction and within the A..View full description
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Plio‐Pleistocene Indonesian Throughflow Variability Drove Eastern Indian Ocean Sea Surface Temperatures
Rebecca A Smith, Isla S Castañeda, Jeroen Groeneveld, David De Vleeschouwer, Jorijntje Henderiks, Beth A Christensen, Willem Renema, Gerald Auer, Kara Bogus, Stephen J Gallagher, Craig S Fulthorpe
Ocean gateways facilitate circulation between ocean basins, thereby impacting global climate. The Indonesian Gateway transports wa..
Timing and Pacing of Indonesian Throughflow Restriction and Its Connection to Late Pliocene Climate Shifts
Gerald Auer, David De Vleeschouwer, Rebecca A Smith, Kara Bogus, Jeroen Groeneveld, Patrick Grunert, Isla S Castaneda, Benjamin Petrick, Beth Christensen, Craig Fulthorpe, Stephen J Gallagher, Jorijntje Henderiks
Progressive western australian collision with asia: Implications for regional orography, oceanography, climate and marine biota
M Keep, A Holbourn, W Kuhnt, SJ Gallagher
The western margin of Australia has migrated over 30° northward in the last fifty million years. As it progressed, it carried evid..
Quantifying K, U, and Th contents of marine sediments using shipboard natural gamma radiation spectra measured on DV JOIDES Resolution
David De Vleeschouwer, Ann G Dunlea, Gerald Auer, Chloe H Anderson, Hans Brumsack, Aaron de Loach, Michael Gurnis, Youngsook Huh, Takeshige Ishiwa, Kwangchul Jang, Michelle A Kominz, Christian Marz, Bernhard Schnetger, Richard W Murray, Heiko Paelike
Indonesian Throughflow drove Australian climate from humid Pliocene to arid Pleistocene
BA Christensen, W Renema, J Henderiks, D De Vleeschouwer, J Groeneveld, IS Castañeda, L Reuning, K Bogus, G Auer, T Ishiwa, CM Mchugh, SJ Gallagher, CS Fulthorpe
Late Miocene to mid-Pleistocene sedimentary proxy records reveal that northwest Australia underwent an abrupt transition from dry ..