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Life on Land Dates Back to 3.5 Billion Year Old Hot Springs 9 May 2017 Feature

Martin Van Kranendonk, a member of DCO’s Deep Life and Extreme Physics and Chemistry Communities,…

New Exhibit Opens in Vienna, Showcases Mineral Evolution on Earth 13 April 2017 Feature

“There’s a growing awareness of the dramatic changes in Earth’s mineralogy over the past 4.5…

Model of Australia’s Tectonic Stress May Future-Proof Carbon Storage 7 April 2017 Feature

The general strategy is to inject carbon dioxide more than a mile underground, beneath an…

A New Contender for the Title of Oldest Fossil 28 March 2017 Feature

In a new paper, DCO Deep Life Community members Matthew Dodd, Dominic Papineau (both at University…

The Deep Carbon Observatory: Deep Time 30 November 2016 Feature

How old is Earth's carbon and where did it come from?

EarthByte Deep Carbon Modeling Workshop, Sydney, Australia 19 September 2016 Feature

At the workshop, the EarthByte team demonstrated their open-source subduction zone and oceanic…

The Deep Carbon Cycle and our Habitable Planet 3 December 2015 Feature

The geologic processes driving the primary fluxes of carbon between Earth’s deep and surface…

Life on Earth Likely Started at Least 4.1 Billion Years Ago 22 October 2015 Feature

Geochemists have found evidence that life likely existed on Earth at least 4.1 billion years ago —…

New Estimates of the Deep Carbon Cycle 5 June 2015 Feature

Quantifying the nature of Earth’s deep carbon cycle is one of DCO’s most complex yet critical…

Distribution of Carbon in Earth
Distribution of Carbon in Earth 2 May 2015 Feature

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