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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…

Flawed, Precious Stones Carry Clues From Deep in the Mantle 23 January 2018 Feature

In a new paper in Nature Geoscience [1], DCO researchers report the surprising news that iron in…

Patches Along Core-Mantle Boundary May Be Deep Hiding Place for Oxygen 11 December 2017 Feature

DCO members Jin Liu, Wendy Mao (both at Stanford University, USA), and Ho-Kwang (Dave) Mao (…

Researchers Investigate the Lighter Side of Earth’s Inner Core 23 August 2017 Feature

Sujoy Ghosh (Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India), a member of the Extreme Physics and…

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Stable Iron Carbonates Survive Journey to Earth’s Interior 19 July 2017 Feature

In a new paper in the journal Nature Communications [1], Valerio Cerantola (European Synchrotron…

Study Finds Core Formation Not Responsible for Earth’s Iron Anomaly 19 April 2017 Feature

A group led by DCO Extreme Physics and Chemistry Community Member Jung-Fu Lin (University of Texas…

“Nesting Doll” Minerals Offer Clues to Earth’s Mantle Dynamics 10 April 2017 Feature

A team led by DCO member and experimental petrologist Yingwei Fei (Carnegie Institution of…

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…

Explaining Abnormal Sound Velocities of Carbonates in Earth’s Mantle with Extreme Physics and Chemistry 19 January 2017 Feature

Earth’s interior is a dynamic mixture of minerals and crystals. Under the influence of extreme…

Earth’s Largest Diamonds Form in Metal-bearing Part of Earth’s Mantle 15 December 2016 Feature

Super-deep diamonds, which form more than 380 km deep in Earth’s mantle, are invaluable tools for…

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