Around 2,800 meters of cores extracted during the international expedition 382 "Iceberg Alley and Subantarctic Ice and Ocean Dynamics" as part of the IODP (International Ocean Discovery Program) in the South Atlantic have now arrived in Bremen. The cores have come a long way: they were drilled during an expedition with the American research drilling vessel JOIDES RESOLUTION. From March to May, the expedition team was on the way in the so-called Iceberg Alley in the southern Scotia Sea. The aim of the expedition is to decipher the Antarctic climate history using the drill cores. The cores will be sampled in the Bremen IODP core repository at a so-called sampling party for detailed investigations in November.