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Introducing Hydrothermarchaeota: a group of microbes living in hydrothermal fluids 7 February 2019 Feature

It’s tough for microbes to make a living in the cold, dark sediments beneath the seafloor.…

Webinar: Breaking the mold of the traditional field expedition: Biology Meets Subduction 24 January 2019 Feature

The sampling expedition Biology Meets Subduction: A Collaborative and Multidisciplinary Deep…

Biology Meets Subduction
Webinar - DCO Webinar Wednesdays: Breaking the mold of the traditional field expedition: Biology Meets Subduction 24 January 2019 Feature

In this webinar Peter Barry (University of Oxford, UK), Karen Lloyd (University of Tennessee…

Earth’s First Amino Acids May Have Come From Oceanic Crust 7 November 2018 Feature

As a graduate student at the University of Chicago in the early 1950s, Stanley Miller attempted to…

Updates from the Field: Expedition Papua New Guinea 29 October 2018 Feature

The newly funded “Aerial Observations of Volcanic Emissions from Unmanned Aerial Systems” field…

Field Report: Investigating the Origins of Carbon Degassing in Romania 22 October 2018 Feature

On 3 September 2018, seven researchers from four countries set off from Cluj-Napoca, Romania for a…

Atlantis Massif Drillsites
Subsurface Life in the Atlantis Massif: Just Add Water? 17 October 2018 Feature

When mantle rocks come into contact with seawater, the resulting reaction, called serpentinization…

Map: Biology Meets Subduction 2016 3 October 2018 Feature

Fire and Ice: DCO Members Meet in Iceland to Discuss Catastrophic Perturbations to Earth’s Deep Carbon 25 September 2018 Feature

DCO researchers have made great strides toward quantifying the numerous ways carbon moves into and…

A Return to the Lost City: This Time it’s Microbial 12 September 2018 Feature

For the first time since 2008 U.S. scientists will thoroughly explore the Lost City hydrothermal…

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