DCO Events include scientific conferences, meetings, workshops, summer schools, lectures, seminars, and other events of interest to individuals associated with the greater Deep Carbon Observatory community and deep carbon scientists around the world. Members of the DCO Science Network are encouraged to submit events.
Saturday, 20 May, 2017 - 09:00 - Thursday, 25 May, 2017 - 18:00
Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan
In May 2017, JpGU and AGU will hold the first joint meeting of the two societies covering all areas of the Earth and space sciences as well as over 50 sessions presented in English for inter- and trans-disciplinary scientists. The meeting will be held in Japan, and is forecast to have 7,000-9,000 scientists from around the globe. Student travel funding will be available for these meetings. The theme for the meeting is “For a Borderless World of Geoscience”.
In the second webinar in the series, Extreme Physics and Chemistry member Shaunna Morrison and Data Science Team member Ahmed Eleish join forces to demonstrate how to turn large data sets into dynamic visualizations that show network connections.
Join us online at 2PM EDT on 14 June 2017.
Called “DCO Webinar Wednesdays,” this webinar series builds on the successful workshop program at the
In the third webinar in the series, DCO Modelers Mark Ghiorso and Dimitri Sverjensky will show you how to use Enabling Knowledge Integration (ENKI) tools for modeling deep Earth fluids, chemical reactions, and transport.
In the fourth webinar in the series, DCO Modeling and Visualization expert Louise Kellogg and colleagues will present a blueprint and virtual “construction manual” for integrating different types of data into a box model.
Join us online at 2PM EDT on 13 September 2017.
Called “DCO Webinar Wednesdays,” this webinar series b
The 2009 GSA meeting in Portland, Oregon, USA, attracted nearly 6,500 attendees from over 50 countries, so the 2017 meeting will be international, well attended, and full of excitement! A highlight will be the Seattle-area geology: Glaciation, deposition, tectonics, crustal deformation, unconformities, erosion, bedrock structures, and drumlins.
The Deep Carbon Observatory (DCO) is a global community of nearly 1,000 multi-disciplinary scientists unlocking the inner secrets of Earth by investigating the quantities, movements, forms, and origins of carbon in Earth.