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Which was correct? CIROS-1 cores had the oldest signiﬁcant diamictites in the late Oligocene, but the Transantarctic Mountains, with their origins around 55 Ma (Gleadow and Fitzgerald, 1987), could well have been a barrier to earlier continental ice. 5. DSDP–ODP Drilling Dates Initiation of Antarctic Ice Sheet By this time, the ODP had approved two further Antarctic legs, one in the Weddell Sea (DSDP 113) and one in Prydz Bay (ODP 119), seeking a glacial history from other sectors of the Antarctic margin.
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. A camp for the MSSTS-1 hole was set up on the sea ice soon after the late August winter ﬂight to the ice, allowing the drilling to begin in October 1979. Despite the cold and difﬁcult conditions, core was recovered to a depth of 227 m below the sea ﬂoor, when operational problems terminated drilling.