The Towuti Drilling Project : paleoenvironments, biological evolution, and geomicrobiology of a tropical Pacific lake. / Russell, James M.; Bijaksana, Satria; Vogel, Hendrik; Melles, Martin; Kallmeyer, Jans; Ariztgui, Daniel; Crowe, Sean; Fajar, Silvia; Hafidz, Abdul; Haffner, Doug; Hasberg, Ascelina; Ivory, Sarah; Kelly, Christopher ; King, John; Kirana, Kartika; Morlock, Marina; Noren, Anders; O'Grady, Ryan; Ordonez, Luis; Stevenson, Janelle; von Rintelen, Thomas; Vuillemin, Aurele; Watkinson, Ian; Wattrus, Nigel; Wicaksono, Satrio; Wonik, Thomas; Bauer, Kohen; Deino, Alan; Friese, André; Henny, Cynthia; Imran, Imran; Marwoto, Ristiyanti; Ode Ngkoimani, La; Nomosatryo, Sulung; Ode Safiuddin, La; Simister, Rachel; Tamuntuan, Gerald.

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The Towuti Drilling Project : paleoenvironments, biological evolution, and geomicrobiology of a tropical Pacific lake. / Russell, James M.; Bijaksana, Satria; Vogel, Hendrik; Melles, Martin; Kallmeyer, Jans; Ariztgui, Daniel; Crowe, Sean; Fajar, Silvia; Hafidz, Abdul; Haffner, Doug; Hasberg, Ascelina; Ivory, Sarah; Kelly, Christopher ; King, John; Kirana, Kartika; Morlock, Marina; Noren, Anders; O'Grady, Ryan; Ordonez, Luis; Stevenson, Janelle; von Rintelen, Thomas; Vuillemin, Aurele; Watkinson, Ian; Wattrus, Nigel; Wicaksono, Satrio; Wonik, Thomas; Bauer, Kohen; Deino, Alan; Friese, André; Henny, Cynthia; Imran, Imran; Marwoto, Ristiyanti; Ode Ngkoimani, La; Nomosatryo, Sulung; Ode Safiuddin, La; Simister, Rachel; Tamuntuan, Gerald.

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Russell, JM, Bijaksana, S, Vogel, H, Melles, M, Kallmeyer, J, Ariztgui, D, Crowe, S, Fajar, S, Hafidz, A, Haffner, D, Hasberg, A, Ivory, S, Kelly, C, King, J, Kirana, K, Morlock, M, Noren, A, O'Grady, R, Ordonez, L, Stevenson, J, von Rintelen, T, Vuillemin, A, Watkinson, I, Wattrus, N, Wicaksono, S, Wonik, T, Bauer, K, Deino, A, Friese, A, Henny, C, Imran, I, Marwoto, R, Ode Ngkoimani, L, Nomosatryo, S, Ode Safiuddin, L, Simister, R & Tamuntuan, G 2016, 'The Towuti Drilling Project: paleoenvironments, biological evolution, and geomicrobiology of a tropical Pacific lake', Scientific Drilling, vol. 21, pp. 29-40. https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-21-29-2016

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Russell, J. M., Bijaksana, S., Vogel, H., Melles, M., Kallmeyer, J., Ariztgui, D., Crowe, S., Fajar, S., Hafidz, A., Haffner, D., Hasberg, A., Ivory, S., Kelly, C., King, J., Kirana, K., Morlock, M., Noren, A., O'Grady, R., Ordonez, L., ... Tamuntuan, G. (2016). The Towuti Drilling Project: paleoenvironments, biological evolution, and geomicrobiology of a tropical Pacific lake. Scientific Drilling, 21, 29-40. https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-21-29-2016

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Russell JM, Bijaksana S, Vogel H, Melles M, Kallmeyer J, Ariztgui D et al. The Towuti Drilling Project: paleoenvironments, biological evolution, and geomicrobiology of a tropical Pacific lake. Scientific Drilling. 2016 Jul 27;21:29-40. https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-21-29-2016

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Russell, James M. ; Bijaksana, Satria ; Vogel, Hendrik ; Melles, Martin ; Kallmeyer, Jans ; Ariztgui, Daniel ; Crowe, Sean ; Fajar, Silvia ; Hafidz, Abdul ; Haffner, Doug ; Hasberg, Ascelina ; Ivory, Sarah ; Kelly, Christopher ; King, John ; Kirana, Kartika ; Morlock, Marina ; Noren, Anders ; O'Grady, Ryan ; Ordonez, Luis ; Stevenson, Janelle ; von Rintelen, Thomas ; Vuillemin, Aurele ; Watkinson, Ian ; Wattrus, Nigel ; Wicaksono, Satrio ; Wonik, Thomas ; Bauer, Kohen ; Deino, Alan ; Friese, André ; Henny, Cynthia ; Imran, Imran ; Marwoto, Ristiyanti ; Ode Ngkoimani, La ; Nomosatryo, Sulung ; Ode Safiuddin, La ; Simister, Rachel ; Tamuntuan, Gerald. / The Towuti Drilling Project : paleoenvironments, biological evolution, and geomicrobiology of a tropical Pacific lake. In: Scientific Drilling. 2016 ; Vol. 21. pp. 29-40.

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title = "The Towuti Drilling Project: paleoenvironments, biological evolution, and geomicrobiology of a tropical Pacific lake",
abstract = "The Towuti Drilling Project (TDP) is an international research program, whose goal is to understand long-term environmental and climatic change in the tropical western Pacific, the impacts of geological and environmental changes on the biological evolution of aquatic taxa, and the geomicrobiology and biogeochemistry of metal-rich, ultramafic-hosted lake sediments through the scientific drilling of Lake Towuti, southern Sulawesi, Indonesia. Lake Towuti is a large tectonic lake at the downstream end of the Malili lake system, a chain of five highly biodiverse lakes that are among the oldest lakes in Southeast Asia. In 2015 we carried out a scientific drilling program on Lake Towuti using the International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP) Deep Lakes Drilling System (DLDS). We recovered a total of  ∼ 1018 m of core from 11 drilling sites with water depths ranging from 156 to 200 m. Recovery averaged 91.7 %, and the maximum drilling depth was 175 m below the lake floor, penetrating the entire sedimentary infill of the basin. Initial data from core and borehole logging indicate that these cores record the evolution of a highly dynamic tectonic and limnological system, with clear indications of orbital-scale climate variability during the mid- to late Pleistocene.",
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RIS

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AU - Russell, James M.

AU - Bijaksana, Satria

AU - Vogel, Hendrik

AU - Melles, Martin

AU - Kallmeyer, Jans

AU - Ariztgui, Daniel

AU - Crowe, Sean

AU - Fajar, Silvia

AU - Hafidz, Abdul

AU - Haffner, Doug

AU - Hasberg, Ascelina

AU - Ivory, Sarah

AU - Kelly, Christopher

AU - King, John

AU - Kirana, Kartika

AU - Morlock, Marina

AU - Noren, Anders

AU - O'Grady, Ryan

AU - Ordonez, Luis

AU - Stevenson, Janelle

AU - von Rintelen, Thomas

AU - Vuillemin, Aurele

AU - Watkinson, Ian

AU - Wattrus, Nigel

AU - Wicaksono, Satrio

AU - Wonik, Thomas

AU - Bauer, Kohen

AU - Deino, Alan

AU - Friese, André

AU - Henny, Cynthia

AU - Imran, Imran

AU - Marwoto, Ristiyanti

AU - Ode Ngkoimani, La

AU - Nomosatryo, Sulung

AU - Ode Safiuddin, La

AU - Simister, Rachel

AU - Tamuntuan, Gerald

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KW - Sulawesi

KW - Indonesia

KW - limnology

KW - environmental change

KW - geomicrobiology

KW - biogeochemistry

KW - Malili Lakes

KW - ICDP

KW - International Continental Drilling Program

KW - drilling

KW - core

KW - CLIMATE VARIABILITY

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