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Expedition 353 Photo Gallery · Week 1

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Chad Broyles (Curatorial Specialist, IODP JRSO) shows how to use “Sample Master,” a program used to organize and track the estimated 8,000 samples which will be taken for shipboard analyses. He estimates this number will grow to 45,000 when combined with the sample request which will be filled on shore. Shown at the “working half” description table are (from left) Chad Broyles, Samuel Taylor (Paleomagnetist, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, France), Edmund Hathorne (Inorganic Geochemist, Christian-Albrechts-Universitat zu Kiel [IFM], Germany), Milos Bartol (Paleontologist, Uppsala University, Sweden), Katie Taladay (Downhole Tools/Physical Properties Specialist, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA), Colin Carney (Petrophysics Laboratory, IODP JRSO), Xuan Ding (Paleontologist, China University of Geosciences, P.R. China), and Karen Gariboldi (Paleontologist, Università di Pisa, Italy). (Credit: Bill Crawford, IODP JRSO) [Photo ID: exp353_007]
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