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Organic Carbon Shapes Minerals and Metals at Low Temperature in Serpentinite Rocks 4 September 2018 Feature

When exhumed mantle material creates new seafloor along mid-ocean ridges, seawater seeps into…

A Deep Dive Into the Carbon-Hydrogen Cycle 20 March 2018 Feature

DCO Extreme Physics and Chemistry Community member Eglantine Boulard with Deep Life Community…

The Mass of Microbes in Deep African Mines Lead Lives of Quiet Desperation 26 February 2018 Feature

These deep mines have been a boon to scientists as well. The mining companies drill boreholes into…

Mind the Gaps: Tiny Pores Encourage Methane Formation 26 September 2017 Feature

One possible source of abiotic methane is serpentinizing systems, such as hydrothermal vents. At…

Alkaline Springs May Signal an Overlooked Part of the Methane Budget 2 August 2017 Feature

Much research on subsurface methane has focused on biotic methane, which is produced by…

Hydrogen Gas Detected in Plume on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus 25 April 2017 Feature

A new study of data collected from Cassini’s flybys of the ice-covered moon Enceladus shows the…

A New Piece of the Global Methane Puzzle 30 March 2017 Feature

Serpentinization reactions at shallow depths are the subject of intense research interest due to…

Microbial Communities in Serpentinites Make the Best of a Difficult Situation 29 March 2017 Feature

Microbes thrive on compounds released by reactions between serpentinizing minerals and seawater in…

Researchers Delineate Factors Controlling Formation of Subsurface Methane 8 March 2017 Feature

Riikka Kietäväinen, a member of DCO’s Deep Energy and Deep Life Communities, along with Lasse…

Active Sulfur Recycling in Billion-year-old Water from Canadian Shield Rocks 27 October 2016 Feature

However, some places on Earth have not felt the sun’s influence for millions, or even billions, of…

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