Silence = work in progress – update on our TJ-boundary project

I realised the other day that it has been ages since I last posted something on Triassica. Why is that?  Sometimes life gets in the way and you have to direct your attention elsewhere. The simple explanation is that I have been far too busy.

Anyway, I decided it is time to break the silence, so I will try to publish some posts about how our Geocenter Denmark financed research project on the Triassic-Jurassic boundary is progressing. A lot of fun things have happened since we drilled the Sose-1 well on Bornholm in October 2014, hoping to find Triassic-Jurassic boundary strata – so stay tuned, updates are coming 🙂

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The newly arrived Sose-1 core boxes at GEUS in November 2014. The sealed pipes contain the sedimentary cores from the drilling. At this stage no one knows what the sedimentary succession in the pipes look like. (Photo: John Boserup, GEUS)

 

 

 

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