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Pulling secrets from deep-sea, drillbit-eating rocks

Beautiful flat deep-blue waters near the Bonin Trench. 
Credit: Amy West

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Amy West is the science writer and outreach and education officer for the JOIDES Resolution, a drill ship operated by the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) that is on a two-month expedition studying the Izu-Bonin-Mariana Arc in the region where the Pacific Plate is descending under the Philippine Plate to form the Mariana Trench and the deepest point in the ocean–the Challenger Deep. This is her latest blog post about the expedition.

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