In summer 2008 we conducted the first multi-streamer Multi-Channel Seismic program of Lamont’s new national marine seismic facility, the R/V Langseth.
Projects and Initiatives
Our 4D seimic monitoring technique gives a volumetric 3D view of the drainage within each reservoir over time.
The U.S. National Science Foundation has agreed to support the development of a next-generation gravity map of Antarctica (ADGRAV - Antarctic Digital Gravity Synthesis).
Scientists from several nations are working together to launch a flagship program to explore a major mountain range buried by a large continental ice sheet and bounded by numerous subglacial lakes.
Our project will focus on the subduction zone off southern Alaska, which produces large and destructive earthquakes.
This project is the continued analysis of seismic data collected on a 4x4 km array of ocean bottom seismometers (OBSs) deployed at the Ridge 2000 Integrated Study Site at 9°50'N on the East Pacific
The Antarctic and Southern Ocean Data Portal provides access to geoscience data, primarily marine, from the Antarctic region.
The Borehole Research Group (BRG) uses downhole geophysical measurements in a wide variety of scientific investigations including sea level variations, paleoceanography, flow of fluids through fractured rock
This projects aims to calibrate the seismic sources to be used by the R/V Marcus Langseth to better understand and quantify the safety radii that should be used for permitting purposes when conduct
Oceanic Volcanic Plateaus are a submarine form of Large Igneous Provinces.
Using geophysical instruments, GAMBIT will peal back more than 600 meters of ice to explore the last hidden mountain range on Earth.
A multidisciplinary team of scientists undertook a 20-day research cruise on the Research Vessel Endeavor to map the effects of the Haitian earthquake offshore.
The Center for River and Estuaries is an association of scientists from Columbia University that study various aspects of rivers and estuaries world wide including the distribution of sediments, th
The Ice Sheets at both poles are changing - shrinking at increasing rates - rates that are faster than was ever expected by scientists.
This project will develop an integrated ice imaging system capable of measuring in detail both the ice surface and the ice bed. TheicePod system will be installed and operated on New York Air National Guard LC-130 aircraft during routine and targeted missions across Antarctica and Greenland as a shared community research facility providing data to scientists and educators globally. The fundamental data sets produced by the icePod system are necessary to support the development of accurate ice sheet models to predict sea level rise. The icePod system will consist of a suite of imaging sensors mounted in an external pod carried on New York Air National Guard LC-130’s to map the surface and subsurface ice topography of ice sheets, ice streams and outlet glaciers.
Lake Vostok: A Curiosity or a Focus for Interdisciplinary Study? A workshop sponsored by U.S. National Science Foundation.
LDEO surface processes (geomorphology & remote sensing) group web server, in order to disseminate our work to the geomorphology and hydrology research communities and beyond.
Lean Management for Oil and Gas in the Ultra Deep Gulf of Mexico.
LODOS: Laboratory for Ocean Drilling, Observation, and Sampling. The purpose of LODOS is to expand and facilitate drilling-related science and education at Lamont.
Continental margins are the Earth's principal loci for producing hydrocarbon and metal resources, for earthquake, landslide, volcanic and climatic hazards, and for the greatest population density.
Unified data portal for the NSF Ridge 2000 program, MARGINS program, Marine Seismic Reflection data, Antarctic Multibeam Bathymetry Synthesis, and RIDGE Multibeam Bathymetry Synthesis; includes Geo
Access cruise information and data collected during Ridge2000 funded projects.
Wireline logs were acquired at seven sites in the Newark Rift basin using dipmeter, gamma ray, resistivity, ve
Methodology for simulating basin stratigraphy and structure.
Welcome to the presense of the SCAMP component of the SCICEX program on the World Wide Web. An underway geophysical survey from nuclear submarines in the Arctic.
SCICEX was a 5 year program (1995-1999) in which the Navy has made available a Sturgeon-class, nuclear powered, attack submarine for unclassified science cruises to the Arctic Ocean.
A project using multichannel seismic reflection data collected on research cruises in the Marmara Sea to study the earthquake hazard and basin growth along a continental transform fault, the North