Ocean Continent Transition workshop

09/19/2007 00:00
09/21/2007 17:00

Ocean Continent Transition Workshop
Paris – France
Institut Océanographique
195, rue Saint-Jacques - 75005 Paris

September, Wednesday 19th - Friday 21st, 2007
Mercredi 19 - Vendredi 21 Septembre 2007

International meeting organized by the "Académie des Sciences"
Conférence Internationale organisée par l'Académie des Sciences

Aim of the meeting

- Summarize the latest developments, newest concepts and key results obtained from the OCT of passive margins (both observational and modelling).

Getting to WHOI

Map of Woods Hole


Boston Logan (BOS), Boston, MA - Most national and international airlines operate from Boston Logan (see website for full listing) and is the closest and most convenient airport to the Cape. Ground transportation is easy and convenient, all major car rental companies operate out of Logan and there is also a regular bus service to and from Woods Hole (see below).

Hotels in and around Woods Hole

Woods Hole

Nautilus Motor Inn Website
539 Woods Hole Road
Woods Hole, MA 02543
phone: 508.548.1525
toll free: 800.654.2333

Sands of Time Motor Inn and Harbor House Website
540 Woods Hole Road
Woods Hole, MA 02543
phone: 508.548.6300
toll free: 800.841.0114
Note: As of 14 Aug. 2008, this hotel is booked full for Friday, 17 Oct. 2008.

Sleepy Hollow Motor Inn Website

Polar Ridges Workshop 2006

Sestri Levante, Italy
19-22 September 2006
Workshop Report

By Jonathan Snow, Henry Dick, Elisabetta Rampone, Colin Devey

In recent years, Polar mid-ocean ridges have been the focus of some of the most exciting scientific results from mid-ocean ridges globally. 60 scientists from the international mid-ocean ridge community met in the Italian coastal town of Sestri Levante for four days in mid-September, 2006 to discuss the progress and future of research on polar mid-ocean ridges. These include the trans-Arctic Gakkel Ridge and the circum-Antarctic SW Indian and American-Antarctic ridges. These mid-ocean ridges belong primarily to the ultraslow class of mid-ocean ridges (<16 mm/yr full spreading rate). Ultraslow ridges have gained increased recognition in recent years because of the very successful exploration of the Arctic ridge system by a number of cruises since the drafting of the InterRidge Arctic Mapping and Sampling Plan in 1998 (ref). Since then, we have seen the first intentional hard rock sampling in pack ice (Jokat, 1999; Snow, 2001), mapping by submarine beneath the arctic ice (Edwards 1999) an extensive program of mapping and sampling on Gakkel Ridge (Michael, 2003; Jokat; 2003; Edmonds 2003), and on Lena Trough (Snow, 2006).

IRTI 2007 Agenda

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Click on speaker names to view PDF of presentations

InterRidge Meetings

Upcoming InterRidge-Sponsored Meetings (see the 'Events' page)

To be announced

Recent InterRidge-Supported Meetings

CBE6 2017

Russian Ridge Workshop’07

06/05/2007 12:00
06/07/2007 12:00

Russian Ridge Workshop’07 dedicated to memory of Leonid Dmitriev – Founder of R-Ridge and one of pioneers in Study of Mid-Oceanic Ridge World System

Download the Abstract Volume here - 721KB

5-7 June, 2007, Moscow

Workshop Agenda: Geochemical, petrological and geophysical segmentation of the Mid-Oceanic Ridges and its relationships with geodynamic parameters of oceanic lithosphere accretion.

GEOTRACES Workshop Pacific Basin Cruise Planning Meeting

06/26/2007 12:00
06/29/2007 12:00

GEOTRACES Workshop Pacific Basin Cruise Planning Meeting – Hawaii 26-29 June 2007

GEOTRACES will host a planning workshop to define the scientific objectives, and to develop a strategy to achieve those objectives, for the Pacific Ocean. The workshop will be held at the University of Hawaii, on 26-29 June 2007.

Steering Committee Reports and Program Plan Documents

20-22 June - Bergen, Norway
2018 Report

20-21 July - Paris, France
2017 Report

27-28 September - Hangzhou, China
2015 Report