10 August 20157-September DEADLINE: Requesting Ice Drilling Support for NSF Arctic Research Opportunities Proposals
If your proposal requires any kind of ice drilling, ice coring, or borehole logging support from the IDDO group at the University of Wisconsin, you must contact IceDrill@dartmouth.edu at least 6 weeks prior to the proposal deadline, in this case by SEPTEMBER 7, 2015.
11 June 2015Spring 2015 Ice Bits Newsletter Now Available
The SPRING 2015 quarterly update of IDPO and IDDO activities is now available.
5 May 2015Request for Community Input – Draft 2015 Long Range Science Plan
Please read through the draft Long Range Science Plan and send corrections, updates, or additions to Icedrill@Dartmouth.edu ASAP or not later than Tuesday, MAY 26, 2015.
10 March 2015Winter 2014 Ice Bits Newsletter Now Available
The WINTER 2014 quarterly update of IDPO and IDDO activities is now available.
If you are preparing a proposal that includes any kind of support from the IDPO-IDDO, you must contact IDPO ( IceDrill@Dartmouth.edu ) at least six weeks before you submit your proposal to obtain a Letter of Support and a Scope of Work/Cost Estimate, both of which must be included in your proposal.
Information and resources for the ice drilling science and technology communities.
- Field Support for NSF Proposals
- Field Support for non-NSF Proposals
- Field Project Support Requirements Form
- End-of-Season Project Support Eval Form
- Long Range Science Plan
- Long Range Drilling Technology Plan
- Equipment Inventory
- Equipment in Development
- Subscribe to our electronic mailing list
- Future Plans/Schedule for DISC Drill
- Outreach Support
- Library of Ice Drilling Literature
- Science Requirements: IDDO Equipment
The U.S. Ice Drilling Program conducts integrated planning for the ice drilling science and technology communities, and provides drilling technology and operational support that enables the community to advance the frontiers of climate and environmental science.