ANDRILL is the newest geological drilling program in an ongoing effort to recover statigraphic records from the Antarctic region. ANDRILL currently represents over 150 scientists from Germany, Italy, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The program's primary objectives are to investigate Antarctica's role in global environmental change over the past 65 million years and to better understand Antarctica's future response to global changes.
Browse the Antarctic Drilling Program Collections:
ANDRILL Administrative and Governance Documents
ANDRILL Research and Publications