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Merapi
Eating Up Limestone Gives Volcanoes Gas 26 August 2019 Feature

Merapi is the most active volcano in Indonesia and its unpredictable, explosive eruptions are a…

‘Deep Matter and Energy’ Special Issue of Engineering Published June 2019
"Deep Matter and Energy" Special Issue Highlights Role of Deep Volatiles 27 June 2019 Feature

A new open-access special issue on Deep Matter and Energy contains sixteen papers that span all…

Symphony in C Cover
New Book Sings Carbon’s Praises 11 June 2019 Feature

From the walls of our cells, to the gases in our atmosphere, the diamonds in jewelry and the…

‘CLEVER Planets’ Project
‘CLEVER Planets’ Project Aims to Discover How to Create Habitable Planets 26 April 2019 Feature

The start of the deep carbon cycle on Earth was vital to creating a planet where life could evolve…

Eclogitic Diamonds Formed From Oceanic Crust, Study Shows
Eclogitic Diamonds Formed From Oceanic Crust, Study Shows 25 April 2019 Feature

Diamonds are found in two types of rocks from Earth’s mantle: peridotite and eclogite. Peridotite…

Carbon forms
Carbon Forms: Paths and Processes in the Earth 27 March 2019 Feature

"Carbon Forms: Paths and Processes in the Earth" was published and is accessible online. Click for…

white cliffs of dover
Mapping the Growth of Seafloor Carbonates in Deep Time 19 December 2018 Feature

The dominant, and yet least explored, way that carbon returns to Earth’s interior is through the…

Oman Drilling Project video
Video: Oman Drilling Project 3 August 2018 Feature

Ancient seabed holds secrets in search for life on other planets The Oman Drilling Project is a…

Ophiolite in Greece
Methane in Hyperalkaline Springs Comes From Chromitite 25 June 2018 Feature

Springs and aquifers that originate within ophiolites, mountains comprised of old seafloor, contain…

Gordon Research Conference
Inaugural Gordon Conference Sparks Deep Thoughts on Deep Carbon 25 June 2018 Feature

  A diverse and interdisciplinary group of Earth scientists, planetary scientists, and…

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