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Coordinated drilling efforts are an important method to investigate active tectonics and magmatic processes related to faults and volcanoes. The US National Science Foundation (NSF) recently sponsored a series of

Coordinated drilling efforts are an important method to investigate active tectonics and magmatic processes related to faults and volcanoes. The US National Science Foundation (NSF) recently sponsored a series of workshops to define the nature of future continental drilling efforts. As part of this series, we convened a workshop to explore how continental scientific drilling can be used to better understand active tectonic and magmatic processes. The workshop, held in Park City, Utah, in May 2013, was attended by 41 investigators from seven countries.

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    • 2014-12-22
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.5194/sd-18-19-2014
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      1816-3459
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    Shervais, J., Evans, J., Toy, V., Kirkpatrick, J., Clarke, A., & Eichelberger, J. (2014). Drilling to investigate processes in active tectonics and magmatism. Scientific Drilling, 18, 19-33. doi:10.5194/sd-18-19-2014

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