Deep Carbon 2019 Livestream

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Draft Plenary Program

Thursday, 24 October 2019

8:00 AM Check-in, Continental breakfast National Academy of Sciences, 2101 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20418
9:00 AM Opening Remarks Chair, Robert Hazen, Carnegie Institution for Science
    Eric Isaacs, Carnegie Institution for Science
    Adam Falk, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
9:35 AM Lightning Talks I Chair, Graham Pearson, University of Alberta
  Hot springs reveal deep Earth processes Peter Barry, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  Abiotic organic compounds form in rocks below hydrothermal vents Muriel Andreani, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1
  Carbon’s transformative journey to the deep mantle Susannah Dorfman, Michigan State University
  Large gem-quality super-deep diamonds provide snapshots of deep Earth processes Evan Smith, Gemological Institute of America
10:00 AM Coffee break  
10:30 AM Session I: A Decade of Discovery Chair, Craig Schiffries, Carnegie Institution for Science
  Extreme Physics and Chemistry Craig Manning, University of California, Los Angeles
  Reservoirs and Fluxes Marie Edmonds, University of Cambridge
  Deep Energy Isabelle Daniel, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1
  Deep Life Mitchell Sogin, Marine Biological Laboratory
12:00 PM DCO Emerging Leader Awards Presentation  
12:15 PM Group Photo  
12:30 PM Lunch  
2:00 PM Session II: New Programs Emerging from DCO Chair, Catherine McCammon, University of Bayreuth
  Ocean Floor - Earth's Uncharted Interface Kai-Uwe Hinrichs, University of Bremen
  International Center for Deep Life Investigation: A global platform for the entire deep life community Fengping Wang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  The DFG Research Unit 2125 “Structures, properties and reactions of carbonates at high pressures and temperatures, CarboPaT" Bjoern Winkler, Goethe University Frankfurt
  SZ4D: Understanding the Processes that Underlie Subduction Zone Hazards in 4D Terry Plank, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory / Columbia University
  Science for Clean Energy Alberto Striolo, University College London
  The 4D Initiative: Deep-time Data Driven Discovery in the Evolution of Planetary Systems Shaunna Morrison, Carnegie Institution for Science
  The Earth First Origins Project: A New Paradigm for Searching for Life’s Origins Karyn Rogers, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  CLEVER Planets Raj Dasgupta, Rice University
4:00 PM Depart for Poster Session Charter bus transportation provided
4:30 - 7:00 PM Poster Session I including DCO Cinema and Virtual Reality Demos Carnegie Institution for Science, 1530 P St NW, Washington, DC 20005
8:00 PM The Story Collider, Special DCO Edition (tickets required) Busboys and Poets, 2021 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

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Friday, 25 October 2019

8:00 AM Check-in, Continental Breakfast National Academy of Sciences, 2101 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20418
9:00 AM Lightning Talks II Chair, Maggie Lau, Institute of Deep-Sea Science and Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
  What the frack? Creation of a 2500 meter deep ecosystem  Kelly Wrighton, Colorado State University
  Using noble gases to investigate the carbon-rich, ancient fluids of the deep subsurface Oliver Warr, University of Toronto
  Inclusions in diamonds reveal differences in how continents are made Karen Smit, Gemological Institute of America
  Crossover to diamond-like carbonates in the lower mantle Sergey Lobanov, GFZ German Research Center for Geosciences
9:25 AM Session III: DCO Synthesis Chair, Tamsin Mather, University of Oxford
  Tectonic drivers of the planetary carbon cycle on geological timescales Sabin Zahirovic, University of Sydney
  Biology Meets Subduction Donato Giovannelli, University of Naples Federico II
  The Carbon Mineral Challenge: A Look Back on a Four-Year Experiment in Big Data Mineralogy Daniel Hummer, Southern Illinois University
  How Carbon Links Fluids, Melts, and Rocks in the Deep Earth Dimitri Sverjensky, Johns Hopkins University
10:30 AM Coffee break  
11:00 AM Session IV: DCO Field Studies Chair, Doug LaRowe, University of Southern California
  Initial Results of the Oman Drilling Project Peter Kelemen, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University
  Missions to the upper mantle—toward the most challenging endeavor in geosciences Fumio Inagaki, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
  Exploration into the Earth’s Deep Biosphere and Hydrogeosphere Barbara Sherwood Lollar, University of Toronto
  Potential of abiotic methane generation in hydrothermal settings Shuhei Ono, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  Forecasting Volcanic Eruptions Using Gas Emissions Maarten de Moor, National University of Costa Rica
  Serpentinization, carbon and life: Insights through drilling the Atlantis Massif (IODP Expedition 357) Gretchen Früh-Green, ETH Zürich
12:30 PM Lunch  
2:00 PM Session V: Future of Deep Carbon Science Chair, Ivan Selin
  DCO's Decadal Goals: Crafting a Roadmap for the First 10 Years Robert Hazen, Carnegie Institution for Science
  Deep Carbon: Past to Present...and Future Beth Orcutt, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences
  Data Science Perspectives for the Next Decade of Deep Carbon Science: Origins, Forms, Quantities, and Movements in Biogeochemical Contexts. Peter Fox, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  Future of Deep Carbon Science: Leveraging Knowledge from the DCO on Non-steady state C-cycle catastrophes and its role in future climate states Celina Suarez, University of Arkansas
  The most important research questions in deep carbon science for the coming decade Karen Lloyd, University of Tennessee
3:00 PM Discussion with Audience  
4:00 PM Depart for Poster Session Charter bus transportation provided
4:30 - 7:00 PM Poster Session II including DCO Cinema and Virtual Reality Demos Carnegie Institution for Science, 1530 P St NW, Washington, DC 20005
6:45 PM Toast and remarks  
7:00 PM Depart for Reception Charter bus transportation provided
7:30 - 9:30 PM Reception Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, 10th & Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20560

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Saturday, 26 October 2019

8:00 AM Check-in, Continental breakfast National Academy of Sciences, 2101 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20418
9:00 AM Session VI: Quantities and Movements of Deep Carbon Chair, Mark Lever, ETH Zürich
  Carbon in the Convecting Mantle Elizabeth Cottrell, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
  Volatile cycling within the Aleutian Arc: Isotopic constraints from subducted sediment inputs and volcanic gas outputs Taryn Lopez, University of Alaska Fairbanks
  Metamorphic degassing of abiotic methane at convergent margins Alberto Vitale Brovarone, Università degli Studi di Torino; IMPMC-CNRS
  The biomass and biodiversity of the continental subsurface Cara Magnabosco, ETH Zürich
  Keynote: Release the Juice Chris Ballentine, University of Oxford
10:30 AM Coffee break  
11:00 AM Session VII: Forms of Deep Carbon Chair, James Badro, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
  Earth’s carbon paradox Jackie Li, University of Michigan
  New perspectives on abiotic organic synthesis during hydrothermal alteration of the oceanic lithosphere Bénédicte Menez, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
  High pressure forms of aqueous carbon Ding Pan, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  C storage in reduced mantle Marc Hirschmann, University of Minnesota
  Keynote: Viewing carbon at extreme conditions Wendy Mao, Stanford University
12:30 PM Lunch  
1:30 PM Session VIII: Origins of Deep Carbon Chair, Sami Mikhail, University of St Andrews
  Origins of Carbon in the Solar System and on Earth: An Update Bernard Marty, University de Lorraine, CRPG/CNRS
  CH4 isotopic bond ordering in two dimensions: summary and perspectives Ed Young, University of California, Los Angeles
  Carbon cycling and serpentinization: an update from Lost City and the Atlantis Massif Susan Lang, University of South Carolina
  Global patterns of subsurface microbial diversity and function  Rick Colwell, Oregon State University
  Keynote: When and how does subsurface life make methane under extreme energy and carbon limitation Alexis Templeton, University of Colorado
3:00 PM Coffee break  
3:30 PM Future Opportunities and Closing Remarks Chair, Marie Edmonds, University of Cambridge
  Long term evolution of whole earth carbon cycling Cin-Ty Lee, Rice University
  Alien oceans as an opportunity for the deep carbon community Christopher Glein, Southwest Research Institute
  Closing Remarks Marie Edmonds, University of Cambridge
4:30 PM Adjourn  
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