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Proceedings of the
International Ocean Discovery Program

Volume 365
NanTroSEIZE Stage 3: Shallow Megasplay Long-Term Borehole Monitoring System

Expedition 365 of the riser drilling platform
from and to Shimizu, Japan
Site C0010
26 March–27 April 2016

Volume authorship
Saffer, D., Kopf, A., Toczko, S., and the Expedition 365 Scientists

Published by
International Ocean Discovery Program


Publisher’s notes

This publication was prepared by the D/V Chikyu Science Operator, the Center for Deep Earth Exploration (CDEX), at the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) and the JOIDES Resolution Science Operator (JRSO) at Texas A&M University (TAMU) as an account of work performed under the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP). Funding for IODP is provided by the following international partners:

  • National Science Foundation (NSF), United States
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan
  • European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling (ECORD)
  • Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), People’s Republic of China
  • Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources (KIGAM)
  • Australia-New Zealand IODP Consortium (ANZIC)
  • Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), India
  • Coordination for Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES), Brazil

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the participating agencies, TAMU, or Texas A&M Research Foundation.

Shipboard-collected data from this expedition are accessible at http://sio7.jamstec.go.jp.

Supplemental data were provided by the authors and may not conform to IODP publication formats.

Some core photographs have been tonally enhanced to better illustrate particular features of interest. High-resolution images are available upon request.

Cover photograph shows the Hole C0010A long-term borehole monitoring system (LTBMS) CORK head being lowered into the moonpool. Copyright JAMSTEC.

Copyright

Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/deed.en_US). Unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction are permitted, provided the original author and source are credited.

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ISSN

World Wide Web: 2377-3189

Volume DOI

https://doi.org/10.14379/iodp.proc.365.2017

Publication date

5 August 2017


Contents

Expedition reports

Chapters

Expedition 365 summary
A. Kopf et al., with contributions by S. Chiyonobu, K. Kanagawa, T. Kanamatsu, G. Kimura, and M.B. Underwood
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Expedition 365 methods
D. Saffer et al., with contributions by S. Chiyonobu, K. Kanagawa, T. Kanamatsu, G. Kimura, and M.B. Underwood
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Site C0010
D. Saffer et al., with contributions by S. Chiyonobu, K. Kanagawa, T. Kanamatsu, G. Kimura, and M.B. Underwood
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Core descriptions

Visual core descriptions (VCDs) are presented in PDF files for each site. Smear slides and/or thin sections are presented in PDF and/or CSV files for each site and/or hole (CSV files are available in the CORES directory). The entire set of core images in PDF is available in the IMAGES directory.

Site C0010
Visual core descriptions · Smear slides

Supplementary material

Supplementary material for the Volume 365 expedition reports includes curation data in Microsoft Excel, CSV, and JCT formats; daily morning reports in PDF, smear slide images and descriptions in JPG format and Microsoft Excel; scanned structural geology observation sheets in PDF; scanned visual core description sheets in PDF; 2-D X-ray computed tomography images in TIFF; and 3-D computed tomography images in MP4 format. A full list of directories can be found in SUPP_MAT in the volume zip folder or on the Supplementary material for Volume 365 expedition reports web page.

Expedition research results

Data reports

Pending.

Syntheses

Pending.

Drilling location maps

A site map showing the drilling locations for this expedition and maps showing the drilling locations of all International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) expeditions, produced using QGIS (http://www.qgis.org), and all Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, Ocean Drilling Program (ODP), and Deep Sea Drilling Project (DSDP) expeditions, produced using Generic Mapping Tools (GMT) of Paul Wessel and Walter H.F. Smith (http://gmt.soest.hawaii.edu), are available in PDF.


Acknowledgments

Martin Heesemann (Ocean Networks Canada [ONC], University of Victoria), Earl Davis (Pacific Geoscience Centre), and Bob Meldrum (Pacific Geoscience Centre) provided valuable technical assistance with the mlterm software for pressure unit communications, testing, and data processing. Geoff Wheat (University of Alaska Fairbanks) provided useful guidance for geochemical analysis and interpretation of the OsmoSampler data.


Foreword

The International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) represents the latest incarnation of almost five decades of scientific ocean drilling excellence and is generally accepted as the most successful international collaboration in the history of the Earth sciences. IODP builds seamlessly on the accomplishments of previous phases: the Deep Sea Drilling Project, Ocean Drilling Program, and Integrated Ocean Drilling Program. The 2013–2023 IODP Science Plan ( Illuminating Earth’s Past, Present, and Future ) defines four themes and thirteen challenges for this decade of scientific ocean drilling that are both of fundamental importance in understanding how the Earth works and of significant relevance to society as the Earth changes, at least in part in response to anthropogenic forcing. This phase of IODP represents a renewed level of international collaboration in bringing diverse drilling platforms and strategies to increasing our understanding of climate and ocean change, the deep biosphere and evolution of ecosystems, connections between Earth’s deep processes and surface manifestations, and geologically induced hazards on human timeframes.

The Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program presents the scientific and engineering results of IODP drilling projects, expedition by expedition. As in the preceding Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, expeditions in the new IODP are conducted by three implementing organizations, each providing a different drilling capability. These are the US Implementing Organization (USIO; through September 2014) and the JOIDES Resolution Science Operator (JRSO; as of October 2014), providing the leased commercial vessel JOIDES Resolution for riserless drilling operations; JAMSTEC’s Center for Deep Earth Exploration (CDEX), providing the drillship Chikyu for riser and occasional riserless operations; and the European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling (ECORD) Science Operator (ESO), providing “mission-specific” platforms (MSPs) for expeditions that extend the IODP operational range where neither drillship is suitable, for example, in polar environments and in shallow waters. Scheduling decisions for each capability are made by three independent Facility Boards, each of which includes scientists, operators, and platform funding partners: the JOIDES Resolution Facility Board (JRFB), Chikyu IODP Board (CIB), and ECORD Facility Board (EFB). At the beginning of the new IODP, the three Facility Boards agreed to utilize Publication Services at the USIO and now the JRSO for production of all expedition Proceedings volumes and reports.

The new IODP differs from prior scientific ocean drilling programs in that it has neither a central management organization nor commingled funding for program-wide activities. Yet this phase of IODP retains a fundamental integrative structural element: a “bottom-up” evaluation of all proposals for drilling expeditions by a single advisory structure composed of scientists representing all international program partners. International scientists may submit drilling proposals to the Science Support Office; all submitted proposals are then evaluated by a Science Evaluation Panel in the context of the Science Plan.

The new IODP also has a second internationally integrative level for high-level discussion and consensus-building: the IODP Forum. The Forum is charged with assessing program-wide progress toward achieving the Science Plan. At present, IODP involves 26 international financial partners, including the United States, Japan, an Australia/New Zealand consortium (ANZIC), Brazil, China, India, South Korea, and the eighteen members of ECORD (Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom). This enhanced membership in the new IODP represents a remarkable level of international collaboration that remains one of the greatest ongoing strengths of scientific ocean drilling.

James A. Austin Jr.
Chair, IODP Forum


Reviewers for this volume

Pending.


International Ocean Discovery Program

JOIDES Resolution Science Operator

Website: http://iodp.tamu.edu

IODP JRSO

International Ocean Discovery Program

Texas A&M University

1000 Discovery Drive

College Station TX 77845-9547

USA

Tel: (979) 845-2673; Fax: (979) 845-4857

Email: information@iodp.tamu.edu

IODP JRSO Curation and Laboratories

IODP Gulf Coast Repository (GCR)

Texas A&M University

1000 Discovery Drive

College Station TX 77845-9547

USA

Tel: (979) 845-8490; Fax: (979) 845-1303

Email: rumford@iodp.tamu.edu

European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling, Science Operator (ESO)

Website: http://www.ecord.org

IODP ESO Coordinator: Science, Logistics, and Operations

British Geological Survey

The Lyell Centre

Research Avenue South

Edinburgh EH14 4AP

United Kingdom

Tel: (44) 131-667-1000; Fax: (44) 131-668-4140

Email: eso@bgs.ac.uk

IODP ESO Petrophysics

European Petrophysics Consortium

Department of Geology

University of Leicester

Leicester LE1 7RH

United Kingdom

Tel: (44) 116-252-3611; Fax: (44) 116-252-3918

Email: sjd27@leicester.ac.uk

IODP ESO Curation and Laboratories

IODP Bremen Core Repository (BCR)

Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM)

University of Bremen

Leobener Strasse

28359 Bremen

Germany

Tel: (49) 421-218-65560; Fax: (49) 421-218-98-65560

Email: bcr@marum.de

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)

Website: http://www.jamstec.go.jp/chikyu/e

IODP Japan Science Operator

Center for Deep Earth Exploration (CDEX)

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Yokohama Institute for Earth Sciences

3175-25 Showa-machi

Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama

Kanagawa 236-0001

Japan

Tel: (81) 45-778-5643; Fax: (81) 45-778-5704

Email: cdex@jamstec.go.jp

IODP Japan Curation and Laboratories

IODP Kochi Institute for Core Sample Research (KCC)

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

200 Monobe Otsu

3175-25 Showa-machi

Nankoku City, Kochi 783-8502

Japan

Tel: (81) 88-864-6705; Fax: (81) 88-878-2192

Email: kcc.contact@jamstec.go.jp


Expedition 365 participants*

Expedition 365 scientists

Achim Kopf

Co-Chief Scientist

MARUM-Center for Marine Environmental Sciences

University of Bremen

Leobener Strasse 8

28359 Bremen

Germany

akopf@uni-bremen.de

Demian Saffer

Co-Chief Scientist

Department of Geosciences

The Pennsylvania State University

534 Deike Building

University Park PA 16802

USA

dms45@psu.edu

Sean Toczko

Expedition Project Manager/Staff Scientist

Center for Deep Earth Exploration

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

3173-25 Showa-machi

Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama

Kanagawa 236-0001

Japan

sean@jamstec.go.jp

Eiichiro Araki

Observatory Specialist

Research and Development Center for Earthquake and Tsunami

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

2-15 Natsushima-cho

Yokosuka-city

Kanagawa 237-0061

Japan

araki@jamstec.go.jp

Stephanie Carr

Microbiologist/Geochemist

Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences

60 Bigelow Drive

Boothbay ME 04544

USA

scarr@bigelow.org

Toshinori Kimura

Observatory Specialist

Research and Development Center for Earthquake and Tsunami

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

2-15 Natsushima-cho

Yokosuka-city

Kanagawa 237-0061

Japan

kimurat@jamstec.go.jp

Chihiro Kinoshita

Physical Properties Specialist

Kyoto University

C210, RCEP, DPRI

Gokasho, Uji

Kyoto 611-0011

Japan

kinoshita.chihiro.75w@st.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Reiji Kobayashi

Physical Properties Specialist

Kagoshima University

Departments of Earth and Environmental Sciences

Korimoto 1-21-35

Kagoshima 890-0065

Japan

reiji@sci.kagoshima-u.ac.jp

Yuya Machida

Observatory Specialist

Research and Development Center for Earthquake and Tsunami

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

2-15 Natsushima-cho

Yokosuka-city

Kanagawa 237-0061

Japan

ymachida@jamstec.go.jp

Alexander Rösner

Observatory Specialist

MARUM-Center for Marine Environmental Sciences

University of Bremen

Leobener Strasse 8

28359 Bremen

Germany

aroesner@uni-bremen.de

Laura M. Wallace

Observatory Specialist

Institute for Geophysics

University of Texas at Austin

J.J. Pickle Research Campus

Building 196

10100 Burnet Road (R2200)

Austin TX 78758-4445

USA

lwallace@utexas.edu

Contributing authors

Shun Chiyonobu

Akita University

Faculty of International Resource Sciences

1-1 Tegatagakuenmachi

Akita 010-8502

Japan

chiyo@gipc.akita-u.ac.jp

Kyuichi Kanagawa

Chiba University

Department of Earth Science

Graduate School of Science/Faculty of Science

1-33 Yayoi-cho

Inage-ku, Chiba-city

Chiba 263-8522

Japan

kyu_kanagawa@faculty.chiba-u.jp

Toshiya Kanamatsu

Research and Development Center for Earthquake and Tsunami

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

2-15 Natsushima-cho

Yokosuka-city

Kanagawa 237-0061

Japan

toshiyak@jamstec.go.jp

Gaku Kimura

Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

4-5-7 Konan

Minato-ku

Tokyo 108-8477

Japan

gkimur0@kaiyodai.ac.jp

Michael B. Underwood

Department of Earth and Environmental Science

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

801 Leroy Place

Socorro NM 87801

USA

underwoodm@missouri.edu

Videographers

Dan Brinkhuis

Stationsweg 18

3641 RG Mijdrecht

The Netherlands

dan@sciencemedia.nl

Dick Peterse

Stationsweg 18

3641 RG Mijdrecht

The Netherlands

dick@sciencemedia.nl

NanTroSEIZE chief project scientists

Gaku Kimura

Chief Project Scientist

Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

4-5-7 Konan

Minato-ku

Tokyo 108-8477

Japan

gkimur0@kaiyodai.ac.jp

Harold Tobin

Chief Project Scientist

Department of Geology and Geophysics

University of Wisconsin-Madison

1215 West Dayton Street

Madison WI 53706

USA

htobin@wisc.edu

NanTroSEIZE specialty coordinators

Eiichiro Araki

Observatories

Research and Development Center for Earthquake and Tsunami

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

2-15 Natsushima-cho

Yokosuka-city

Kanagawa 237-0061

Japan

araki@jamstec.go.jp

Kyuichi Kanagawa

Structural Geology

Chiba University

Department of Earth Science

Graduate School of Science/Faculty of Science

1-33 Yayoi-cho

Inage-ku, Chiba-city

Chiba 263-8522

Japan

kyu_kanagawa@faculty.chiba-u.jp

Gaku Kimura

Structural Geology

Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

4-5-7 Konan

Minato-ku

Tokyo 108-8477

Japan

gkimur0@kaiyodai.ac.jp

Gregory Moore

Geophysics

Department of Geology and Geophysics

University of Hawaii

1680 East-West Road

Honolulu HI 96822

USA

gmoore@hawaii.edu

Demian Saffer

Physical Properties

The Pennsylvania State University

Deike Building

University Park PA 16802

USA

dsaffer@psu.edu

Michael B. Underwood

Lithostratigraphy

Department of Earth and Environmental Science

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

801 Leroy Place

Socorro NM 87801

USA

underwoodm@missouri.edu

Yasu Yamada

Logging

Research and Development Center for Ocean Drilling Science

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

3173-25 Showa-machi

Kanazawa-ku, Yokohama

Kanagawa 236-0001

Japan

yyamada@jamstec.go.jp

*Addresses at time of expedition, except where updated by participants.


Operational and technical staff

Shipboard personnel and technical representatives

Captains (Mantle Quest Japan)

Yukio Dowaki
Takemasa Kobayashi

Offshore Installation Managers (Mantle Quest Japan)

Masayuki Kawasaki
Teruyuki Koyama

Operations Superintendents (CDEX)

Terumichi Ikawa
Tomokazu Saruhashi

Drilling Engineers (CDEX)

Takahiro Yokoyama
Noriaki Sakurai
Tao Shiotani

Laboratory Officers (Marine Works Japan)

Satoshi Hirano
Tomoyuki Tanaka

Assistant Lab Officers (Marine Works Japan)

Toru Fujiki
Jun Matsuoka
Soichi Moriya

Curator (Marine Works Japan)

Takahiro Suzuki

Laboratory Technicians (Marine Works Japan)

Nobuhiro Anraku
Yohei Arakawa
Takehiro Higashi
Yuya Hitomi
Hiroshi Hoshino
Takehiro Kanii
Daiki Kawata
Yoshiki Kido
Susumu Konno
Atsushi Kurasawa
Misato Kuwahara
Yuki Miyajima
Rui Nitahara
Atsushi Ohashi
Masumi Sakaguchi
Ritsuko Sawada
Mika Yamaguchi
Kanako Yoshida
Kazuhiro Yoshida

Operation Geologist (CDEX)

Kan Aoike

Assistant Operation Geologist (Marine Works Japan)

Yu Kodama

Technical Engineers (CDEX)

Junya Ishiwata
Yasuhiro Namba

Coring Specialist (CDEX)

Yuichi Shinmoto

Publications Specialists (Marine Works Japan)

Akiko Fuse
Mika Saido

Tool Pushers/Coring Supervisors (Mantle Quest Japan)

Charles Ronald Paul Mcgregor
Kazuaki Tani

Nustar Technologies Pte Ltd (Completion/WH/GR)

Ah Chai Lim
Terence Lim
Yin Xuen Lim
Ryan Wee

Telnite

Katsuki Mori
Ryohei Yaya

Schlumberger Cementing

Junichi Furusawa
Nestor Maratas
Liu Shuai

ROV Service

Yeo Ping Seng David
Gordon Farizad Iman
Ritchie Liam Robert
Andrew Mateljan
Daniel Wellam
Kenneth James Jobe

Halliburton Anderreamer Operator

Mohd Saidi b. Arifin

Halliburton Swellable Packer Engineer

Ivan Chok
Ming Hua

Franks TBG Running Services

Sandy Isaac Maith Ali Bin Junos
Jeremy Bovell
James Rhys French

ODI Wet-mate Connector Engineer

Clarence Doyle
Zulkifli Bin Saini

BHI A-3 Packer Engineer

Krishnan Annadurai

IODP Publication Services staff*

Douglas Cummings

Graphics Specialist II

Gudelia (“Gigi”) Delgado

Publications Coordinator

Ekanta Desai

Graphics Specialist II

Patrick H. Edwards

Production Editor IV

Jaime A. Gracia

Supervisor of Production and Graphics

Jenni Hesse

Editor III

Rhonda Kappler

Graphics Specialist III

Shana C. Lewis

Editor III

Ginny Lowe

Reports Coordinator

Amy McWilliams

Editor IV

Lorri Peters

Manager of Publication Services

Kenneth Sherar

Production Editor III

Alyssa Stephens

Graphics Specialist III

Courtney Van Gemert

Production Editor I

Crystal Wolfe

Production Editor III

Jean Wulfson

Graphics Specialist III

Ann Yeager

Distribution Specialist

*At time of publication.

Expedition-related bibliography*

IODP publications

Scientific Prospectus

Kopf, A., Saffer, D., and Toczko, S., 2015. Expedition 365 Scientific Prospectus: NanTroSEIZE Stage 3: shallow megasplay long-term borehole monitoring system (LTBMS). International Ocean Discovery Program. http://dx.doi.org/​10.14379/​iodp.sp.365.2015

Preliminary Report

Kopf, A., Saffer, D., Toczko, S., and the Expedition 365 Scientists, 2016. Expedition 365 Preliminary Report: NanTroSEIZE Stage 3: Shallow Megasplay Long-Term Borehole Monitoring System (LTBMS). International Ocean Discovery Program. http://dx.doi.org/​10.14379/​iodp.pr.365.2016

Scientific Drilling journal

Pending.

Proceedings volume

Saffer, D., Kopf, A., Toczko, S., and the Expedition 365 Scientists, 2017. NanTroSEIZE Stage 3: Shallow Megasplay Long-Term Borehole Monitoring System. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 365: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/​10.14379/​iodp.proc.365.2017

Expedition reports

Kopf, A., Saffer, D., Toczko, S., Araki, E., Carr, S., Kimura, T., Kinoshita, C., Kobayashi, R., Machida, Y., Rösner, A., and Wallace. L.M., 2017. Expedition 365 summary. With contributions by S. Chiyonobu, K. Kanagawa, T. Kanamatsu, G. Kimura, and M.B. Underwood. In Saffer, D., Kopf, A., Toczko, S., and the Expedition 365 Scientists, NanTroSEIZE Stage 3: Shallow Megasplay Long-Term Borehole Monitoring System. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 365: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/​10.14379/​iodp.proc.365.101.2017

Saffer, D., Kopf, A., Toczko, S., Araki, E., Carr, S., Kimura, T., Kinoshita, C., Kobayashi, R., Machida, Y., Rösner, A., and Wallace, L.M., 2017. Expedition 365 methods. With contributions by S. Chiyonobu, K. Kanagawa, T. Kanamatsu, G. Kimura, and M.B. Underwood. In Saffer, D., Kopf, A., Toczko, S., and the Expedition 365 Scientists, NanTroSEIZE Stage 3: Shallow Megasplay Long-Term Borehole Monitoring System. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 365: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/​10.14379/​iodp.proc.365.102.2017

Saffer, D., Kopf, A., Toczko, S., Araki, E., Carr, S., Kimura, T., Kinoshita, C., Kobayashi, R., Machida, Y., Rösner, A., and Wallace, L.M., 2017. Site C0010. With contributions by S. Chiyonobu, K. Kanagawa, T. Kanamatsu, G. Kimura, and M.B. Underwood. In Saffer, D., Kopf, A., Toczko, S., and the Expedition 365 Scientists, NanTroSEIZE Stage 3: Shallow Megasplay Long-Term Borehole Monitoring System. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 365: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/​10.14379/​iodp.proc.365.103.2017

Supplementary material

Saffer, D., Kopf, A., Toczko, S., and the Expedition 365 Scientists, 2017. Supplementary material, https://doi.org/​10.14379/​iodp.proc.365supp.2017. Supplement to Saffer, D., Kopf, A., Toczko, S., and the Expedition 365 Scientists, NanTroSEIZE Stage 3: Shallow Megasplay Long-Term Borehole Monitoring System. Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, 365: College Station, TX (International Ocean Discovery Program). https://doi.org/​10.14379/​iodp.proc.365.2017

Expedition research results

Pending.

Syntheses

Pending.

Journals/Books

Wallace, L.M., Araki, E., Saffer, D., Wang, X., Roesner, A., Kopf, A., Nakanishi, A., Power, W., Kobayashi, R., Kinoshita, C., Toczko, S., Kimura, T., Machida, Y., and Carr, S., 2016. Near-field observations of an offshore Mw 6.0 earthquake from an integrated seafloor and subseafloor monitoring network at the Nankai Trough, southwest Japan. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 121(11):8338–8351. http://dx.doi.org/​10.1002/​2016JB013417

Conferences

AGU Fall Meeting 2016

Kinoshita, C., Saffer, D.M., Kopf, A., Roesner, A., Wallace, L., Araki, E., Kimura, T., Machida, Y., Kobayashi, R., Davis, E., and Toczko, S., 2016. Changes in physical properties of the Nankai Trough megasplay fault induced by earthquakes, detected by continuous pressure monitoring [presented at the 2016 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, 11–15 December 2016]. (Abstract NH21A-1837) http://abstractsearch.agu.org/​meetings/​2016/​FM/​NH21A-1837.html

*The Expedition-related bibliography is continually updated online. Please send updates to PubCrd@iodp.tamu.edu.