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The Towuti Drilling Project is an international collaboration involving more than 40 scientists from 8 countries.

Lead Investigators

Jim Russell, Brown University
Satria Bijaksana, Institut Teknologi Bandung
Hendrik Vogel, University of Bern
Martin Melles, University of Cologne


Project Scientists (alphabetical)

Daniel Ariztegui, University of Geneva, geomicrobiology
Paul Baker, Duke University, paleoclimate
Sean Crowe, University of British Columbia, geomicrobiology
Alan Deino, Berkeley Geochronology Center, geochronology
David Fowle, University of Kansas, geomicrobiology
Doug Haffner, University of Windsor, limnology
Paul Hamilton, Canadian Museum of Nature, Ontario, limnology
Chris Harpel, Berkeley Geochronology Center, tephrastratigraphy
Cynthia Henny, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, limnology
Fabian Herder, Koenig Museum, evolutionary biology
Yongsong Huang, Brown University, organic geochemistry
A. M. Imran, University Hasnuddin, sedimentology
Jens Kallmeyer, GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences, geomicrobiology
John King, University of Rhode Island, geochronology, paleomagnetism
Bronwen Konecky, Georgia Tech, isotope paleoclimatology
Ristiyanti Marwoto, Indonesian Institute of Sciences, evolutionary biology
Thomas von Rintelen, Museum Naturkunde, evolutionary biology
Anders Noren, LacCore, U. Minnesota

Janelle Stevenson, Australia National University, paleoecology
Gerald Tamuntuan, Institut Teknologi Bandung, paleomagnetism
Ian Watkinson, Royal Holloway, structural geology

Xianfeng Wang, Earth Observatory of Singapore, geochronology, paleoclimate
Nigel Wattrus, University of Minnesota Duluth, geophysics

Satrio Wicaksono, Brown University, paleoclimate
Thomas Wonik, LIAG, Hannover, geophysics, borehole logging