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degassing at faults
Spreading Faults Create New Deep Carbon Leaks 26 November 2018 Feature

Since at least the 1970s, scientists have noticed that areas with frequent earthquakes also tend to…

Two New Sloan Foundation Grants for Deep Carbon Science 20 November 2018 Feature

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation recently announced two new Officer’s Grants for deep carbon science…

How Microbes Survive When Buried Alive 25 September 2018 Feature

For most microbes that settle into marine sediments, there’s nowhere to go but down. They become…

carbonate platforms and subduction zones
Global Temperatures Rise When Ancient Reefs Encounter Subduction Zones 19 July 2018 Feature

Carbonate platforms are ancient reefs that build up over millions of years, composed of the carbon-…

MORB
Degassing from Mid-Ocean Ridges Refuses to Follow the Rules of Equilibrium 12 June 2018 Feature

A big part of understanding how much carbon Earth holds beneath its surface relies on measuring how…

You Tube video
Large Igneous Provinces Contribute to Ups and Downs in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide 8 June 2018 Feature

About 250 million years ago, a massive volcanic eruption flooded modern-day Siberia with lava,…

DECADE Workshop
New Estimate of Global Carbon Degassing 29 May 2018 Feature

Twenty-eight DCO members came together from 29 April – 4 May, 2018 at the Carnegie Institution for…

DCO/EarthByte Modeling Workshop 27 April 2018 Feature

Sabin Zahirovic opened the meeting with an overview of how tectonic evolution has influenced the…

The Road to 2019: Sharing Deep Carbon Science after a Decade of Research and Discovery 25 April 2018 Feature

Synthesis Group 2019 (SG2019) formed in April 2016 to synthesize research conducted across DCO’s…

New Seafloor Sponges Up Carbon to Stabilize the Climate 26 February 2018 Feature

In a new paper in the journal Science Advances [1], DCO members Dietmar Müller and Adriana…

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