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Carolyn Webber explains to Isabella Sapag, 8, from New Rochelle, what she's seeing through the microscope while Leonal Sapag, 6, waits for his turn. Children and parents learned about "Uncovering the Earth's Secrets" during Saturday's BID Science Day at the New Rochelle Public Library. (April 6, 2013)(Credit: Lisa Weir)

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Earth-drilling science vessel studied at New Rochelle Public Library

Children and parents learned about the Joint Oceanographic Institutions for Deep Earth Sampling Resolution, or JOIDES, America's only research vessel dedicated to scientific ocean drilling, during "Uncovering the Earth's Secrets" during Saturday's BID Science Day at the New Rochelle Public Library. The Integrated Ocean Drilling Program, an international marine research program, uses the scientific drilling ship in its research. (April 6, 2013)

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