Carbon Forms, Paths, and Processes in the Earth is a Thematic Set of six papers in the Journal of the Geological Society of London arising from the lectures presented at the Lake Como School, held at Villa del Grumello, Como, Italy (15-20 October 2017), and organized by the Graduate School of Milano Bicocca. This collection of lecture notes focuses on the structure of carbon allotropes, the geodynamics of deep Earth's carbon transport and fixation at mantle conditions, carbon degassing by ascending magmas, and the vast tectonic carbon degassing at the Earth’s surface.
The six papers of the Thematic Set focus on the forms, paths, and processes of Earth’s carbon were published in the March issue of the Journal of the Geological Society of London and are available online.
How to cite this special issue:
Frezzotti ML, Villa IM, eds. (2019) Carbon Forms, Paths, and Processes in the Earth. Special issue, Journal of the Geological Society of London 176