October 2014 Newsletter

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October 2014
 
 EXTREME PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY    |    RESERVOIRS AND FLUXES     |       DEEP ENERGY      |       DEEP LIFE
 
This month's highlights in deep carbon science.
Plate Tectonics Changed the Air We Breathe

 

Viscosity of Carbonate Melts Similar to Water, not Silicate Melts
Extreme Physics and Chemistry Workshop October 2014
 
DCO Activities at the 2014 AGU Fall Meeting
DCO Modeling and Visualization Proposal Funded

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