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C) CIROS-1, 1986. Water depth 205 m; depth Cored 702 m bsf. (D) CRP-3, 1999. Water depth 305 m; depth Cored 942 m bsf. 46 P. 4. Developments in Drilling and Thinking in the Late 1970s Although DVDP had concluded its work, the NZ Antarctic Programme was persuaded that a further effort to drill in western McMurdo Sound was justiﬁed. This was named the McMurdo Sound Sediment and Tectonic Studies Project (MSSTS), and led by New Zealand but with US and Japanese scientiﬁc participation. The United States provided the ‘‘Longyear 44’’ rig from DVDP and signiﬁcant logistic support.
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