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Biotic methane bubbles at the La Brea Tar Pits
Rewriting the Textbook on Fossil Fuels 12 April 2019 Feature

Contacts Terry Collins, +1-416-878-8712; tc@tca.tc Katie Pratt, +1-401-536-8813; katie_pratt@uri.…

Methane Metabolism in Archaea is Ancient and Widespread 7 March 2019 Feature

In the oxygen-free parts of lakes, hot springs, and marine environments worldwide, some microbes…

Clumped Isotopologues Reveal Methane’s Origins 14 January 2019 Feature

Understanding the origins of a methane reservoir can reveal a lot about what’s happening in the…

The Science Channel Investigates the “Dark Origins of the Moon” with DCO Scientists and Instrumentation 30 October 2018 Feature

A recent episode of the Science Channel’s documentary series “Space’s Deepest Secrets” explores the…

Natural Gas Diagrams Get a Makeover 26 October 2018 Feature

Methane in the subsurface can come from three sources: microbes, the high-temperature breakdown of…

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…

The Seafloor “Methane Filter” Takes Years to Regrow After Disruption 8 October 2018 Feature

Each year, about 200 million tons of methane leak out from sediments and cold seeps along the…

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…

Closeup of core
Microbes Responsible for Massive Methane Deposit in Submarine Mud Volcano 14 June 2018 Feature

Just off the coast of the continents, thousands of mud volcanoes are erupting from the seafloor,…

A Hot and Deep Origin of Methane in Seafloor Hydrothermal Springs 16 February 2018 Feature

A new study by DCO researchers finds striking similarities between methane from very diverse vents…

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