The ANTOSTRAT legacy: Science collaboration and international transparency in potential marine mineral resource exploitation of Antarctica

@inproceedings{Cooper2011TheAL,
  title={The ANTOSTRAT legacy: Science collaboration and international transparency in potential marine mineral resource exploitation of Antarctica},
  author={A. Cooper and P. Barker and P. Barrett and J. C. Behrendt and G. Brancolini and J. R. Childs and C. Escutia and W. Jokat and Y. Kristoffersen and G. Leitchenkov and H. Stagg and M. Tanahashi and N. Wardell and P. Webb},
  year={2011}
}
  • A. Cooper, P. Barker, +11 authors P. Webb
  • Published 2011
  • Geography
  • The Antarctic Offshore Stratigraphy project ( ANTOSTRAT; 1989–2002) was an extremely successful collaboration in international marine geological science that also lifted the perceived “veil of secrecy” from studies of potential exploitation of Antarctic marine mineral resources. The project laid the groundwork for circumAntarctic seismic, drilling, and rock coring programs designed to decipher Antarctica’s tectonic, stratigraphic, and climate histories. In 2002, ANTOSTRAT evolved into the… CONTINUE READING

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