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Webinar: Transforming planetary perceptions: Earth in Five Reactions 22 February 2019 Feature

Ever wonder how chemical reactions shaped the Earth into the only known habitable planet? 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…

2019 Synthesis Webinar Series
Deep Carbon Observatory Webinar Wednesdays Return for Another Run 27 November 2018 Feature

2019 will begin with a new DCO Webinar Wednesday series highlighting several of DCO’s ongoing…

DCO/EarthByte Modeling Workshop 27 April 2018 Feature

Sabin Zahirovic opened the meeting with an overview of how tectonic evolution has influenced the…

Biology Meets Subduction, Again: DCO Early Career Scientists Head Back to Central America 26 April 2018 Feature

From 3-20 April 2018, the Biology Meets Subduction team were back in the field to extend the study…

The Road to 2019: Sharing Deep Carbon Science after a Decade of Research and Discovery 25 April 2018 Feature

Synthesis Group 2019 (SG2019) formed in April 2016 to synthesize research conducted across DCO’s…

Earth in Five Reactions: Scientists Debate the Features Making Earth Unique in the Solar System 28 March 2018 Feature

The so-called Earth in Five Reactions (E5R) workshop is part of DCO’s suite of synthesis activities…

DCO film wins top prize at Goldschmidt Film Festival 22 August 2017 Feature

Biology Meets Subduction follows a group of DCO scientists on a unique 12-day sampling expedition…

2019 Named “Year of Carbon” by Geological Society of London 14 July 2017 Feature

A continuation of “themed years” launched in 2015, The “Year of Carbon” will fulfill GSL’s science…

Help Choose the Five Most Important Carbon-Related Reactions, Earn a Chance to Participate in a DCO Workshop 25 May 2017 Feature

Well, now you have a chance to render an opinion and enter into the debate by clicking here, and…

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