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RRS James Cook - Cruise JC089

Cruise Report


  • JC089 movie by Julie Gottschalk

  •  JC089 inventory at British Oceanographic Data Centre 


Cruise Date Information

25 - 27 July 2013  - Mobilising at NOC

27 - 30 July 2013 - Passage to Vigo, Spain

30 July - 2 Aug 2013- Mobilising at Vigo, Spain

2 - 27  - Aug 2013  - At Sea  on JC089

27 - 30 - August  2013 demobilising in Vigo


Cruise Participants

Principal Investigator



Pore Water Chemistry

Water Column Sampling

Health & Safety/ Requisitions


Completed Cruise Logs


Project/Cruise Information

       IODP Site Survey - SW Iberian Margin


News and Updates

  • Preliminary meeting: held on Tuesday 5 February 2013 at University of Cambridge

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Below are links to logistical information and forms for participants of the RSS James Cook Cruise JC089


Health & Safety / Risk Assessment Information

Medical information, for further information see:


Full Plan of Ship 


Below is link to the Planning Timetable for Cruise JC089 2013



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