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DCO Reports on Quantities, Movements, Forms and Origins Of Carbon In Earth
PRESS RELEASE: DCO scientists present more than 100 talks and posters at the 2014 AGU Fall Meeting, and celebrate release of DCO's Midterm Scientific Report. Read more
Midterm Scientific Report of the DCO
In this midterm scientific report the Deep Carbon Observatory takes a look back over five years of transformative science taking place within its vibrant and growing research community. Read the report.
Deep Carbon Observatory Field Studies
In their 10-year quest to clarify the role of deep carbon in Earth’s past, present, and future, Deep Carbon Observatory scientists journey to some of the most remote yet scientifically valuable places on the planet. Read more...
Methane Instrumentation Breakthroughs Advance Major DCO Decadal Goal
Recent instrumentation breakthroughs by research groups at Caltech, MIT, and UCLA have positioned DCO to achieve a major decadal goal regarding a deeper understanding of methane formation temperatures and sources. Read more...
The Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2 – Opportunities for Deep Carbon Research
NASA/JPL scientist Florian Schwandner talks about NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2 (OCO-2) and its importance to deep carbon science.
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Mar 26 2015Munich, Germany
May 11 2015Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, USA
Jun 10 2015Lyon, France
Jul 1 2015University of California, Berkeley, USA
Jul 5 2015University of California, Berkeley, USA
Aug 31 2015University of the Azores, Portugal