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Andrén, T., Jørgensen, B.B., and Cotterill, C., 2012. Baltic Sea Basin Paleoenvironment: paleoenvironmental evolution of the Baltic Sea Basin through the last glacial cycle. IODP Sci. Prosp., 347. doi:10.2204/iodp.sp.347.2012

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This publication was prepared by the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program European Consortium for Ocean Research Drilling, Science Operator (IODP-ESO) as an account of work performed under the international Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, which is managed by IODP Management International (IODP-MI), Inc. Funding for the program is provided by the following agencies:

  • 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)
  • Australian Research Council (ARC) and GNS Science (New Zealand), Australian/New Zealand Consortium
  • Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES), India
  • Coordination for Improvement of Higher Education Personnel, 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, IODP Management International, Inc., British Geological Survey, European Petrophysics Consortium, University of Bremen, or the authors’ institutions.

This IODP Scientific Prospectus is based on precruise IODP Science Advisory Structure (SAS) panel discussions and scientific input from the designated Co-Chief Scientists on behalf of the drilling proponents. During the course of the cruise, actual site operations may indicate to the Co-Chief Scientists, the Staff Scientist, and the Operations Manager that it would be scientifically or operationally advantageous to amend the plan detailed in this prospectus. It should be understood that any proposed changes to the plan presented here are contingent upon the approval of the ECORD Science Operator Science Manager in consultation with IODP-MI.

October 2012

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