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In Earth’s Magma Ocean, Carbon Chemistry Got Complicated

In Earth’s Magma Ocean, Carbon Chemistry Got Complicated

Computer simulations of the magma ocean on early Earth suggest that the carbon chemistry was surprisingly complex at high pressure. Iron likely sequestered much of the carbon into the metallic core while diamonds may have formed from clusters of carbon.

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DCO Webinar Wednesdays
DCO Webinar Wednesdays: Explore Data Science, Modeling, and Visualization 18 May 2017 Feature

A new series of DCO webinars focusing on big data modeling and visualization launched Wednesday, 17…

DCO Webinar Wednesdays
DCO Webinar Wednesdays Launching 17 May 2017 25 April 2017 Feature

A new series of DCO webinars focusing on big data modeling and visualization launched Wednesday, 17…

Half of Carbon Transported to Mid-Ocean Ridges Remains Trapped Below 29 March 2017 Feature

Researchers thought that this process efficiently moves deep carbon, carried by the magma, and…

New Modeling and Visualization Initiatives Commissioned 28 January 2016 Feature

At the end of July 2015, DCO’s Modeling and Visualization Workshop committee (Elizabeth Cottrell,…

Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts 1 June 2015 Feature

A short interview with Smithsonian scientist, Elizabeth Cottrell, who provides a recap of the DCO…

Report on the DCO Modeling and Visualization Workshop 19 May 2015 Feature

More than 80 scientists and communication professionals from 11 countries converged on the…

DCO Modeling and Visualization Proposal Funded 28 October 2014 Feature

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation recently approved funding of a novel modeling and visualization…

Toward Unified Visual Analysis of Diversity 28 July 2014 Feature

Ecologists and microbiologists are increasingly concerned about changes in diversity patterns of…

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