InterRidge promotes interdisciplinary, international studies of oceanic spreading centers by creating a global research community, planning and coordinating new science programs that no single nation can achieve alone, exchanging scientific information, and sharing new technologies and facilities. InterRidge is dedicated to reaching out to the public, scientists and governments, and to providing a unified voice for ocean ridge researchers worldwide.

Call for proposals of new InterRidge Working Groups

InterRidge plays a major role in triggering ridge-related science through its Working Groups (WG). Such WGs are appointed for a limited time on specific ridge-related scientific topics. The InterRidge Office is pleased to announce a call for proposals of new InterRidge Working Groups.

New InterRidge Coordinator

Dear InterRidge members,

My name is Kamil Szafrański and I am the new coordinator of our program. In close cooperation with the program co-chairs Jérôme Dyment and Nadine Le Bris, I will coordinate the InterRidge activities and I will be your contact person until the IR Office stays in France.

The new InterRidge Office

The InterRidge office has recently relocated from Beijing to Paris. The Office is hosted by the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (see www.ipgp.fr) and is led by two co-chairs Jérôme Dyment (IPGP) and Nadine Le Bris (Université Pierre et Marie Curie - UPMC). The coordinator is Kamil Szafrański.

AGU Fall meeting, MOR sessions

OS31B: Multidisciplinary Studies of Hydrocarbon Seeps on Global Margins I

OS33A: Multidisciplinary Studies of Hydrocarbon Seeps on Global Margins II

OS41B: Follow the Fluids: Integrating Multidisciplinary Observations of Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Systems I

OS42A: Follow the Fluids: Integrating Multidisciplinary Observations of Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Systems II

T32C: Oceanic and Arc Lithospheres: Clues from Modern Examples and Ophiolites I

The Training Course on Marine Radiochemistry

06/08/2016 05:58
06/10/2016 05:58
Asia/Shanghai

The Training Course on Marine Radiochemistry will be hosted by the State Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Science, Xiamen University, China from June 8 to 10, 2016.

The purpose of this course is to train graduate students and professionals who are interested in or will pursue radiochemistry research and management.

The first announcement for this training course is attached. Please circulate the information among your colleagues who may be interested.

Special issue “ Magmatic and Tectonics Process, Seabed Resource in the Mid-Ocean Ridge” on Marine Geophysical Research

InterRidge decided to host a special issue “Magmatic and Tectonics Process, Seabed Resource in the Mid-Ocean Ridge” on Marine Geophysical Research.

Three students wins the "best student presentation award" in the third interridge theoretical Institute

During the third InterRidge Theoretical Insitute, each poster presentation was given 5 minutes to present his/her work orally. The presentations are scored by the senior scientists according to their poster, oral presentation and scientific accievements. 3 students wins the "best student presentation award" in the third interridge theoretical Institute.  They are

Mr. Masakazu FUJII from University of Tokyo, Japan

France wins the bid to host the next InterRidge Office, 2016 - 2018

France wins the bid to host the next InterRidge Office, 2016 - 2018 during the 2015 InterRidge StComm Meeting held on 28th September, 2015 in Hangzhou. Professors Jérôme Dyment (IPGP and CNRS, Paris, France) and Nadine LeBris (Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, France) will team up to lead of the new InterRidge office during 2016-2018. Congratulations to France.

The curtain of the third InterRidge Theoretical Institute closed.

The third InterRidge Theoretical Institute have successfully ended on 27th September, 2015 after three days gathering. About 150 scientists from France, United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, USA, Germany, Portugal and China attended this events. 27 oral talks and 38 posters are presented during this event. Dr. Jian Lin from led the discussion on the summary of IRTI Recommendations. Progress have been made towards enhanced international deep-ocean exploration and networking of young scientists. 3 students have been selected by senior scientists to be awarded the “best student presentation awards.”