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How Microbes Survive When Buried Alive 25 September 2018 Feature

For most microbes that settle into marine sediments, there’s nowhere to go but down. They become…

carbonate platforms and subduction zones
Global Temperatures Rise When Ancient Reefs Encounter Subduction Zones 19 July 2018 Feature

Carbonate platforms are ancient reefs that build up over millions of years, composed of the carbon-…

New Seafloor Sponges Up Carbon to Stabilize the Climate 26 February 2018 Feature

In a new paper in the journal Science Advances [1], DCO members Dietmar Müller and Adriana…

EarthByte Models Mantle Plumes Through Space and Time 26 September 2017 Feature

The intense heat at the core drives plumes of mantle material up to the cooler surface where it…

For Educators 24 August 2017 Feature

DCO Webinar Wednesdays
DCO Webinar Wednesdays: Explore Data Science, Modeling, and Visualization 18 May 2017 Feature

A new series of DCO webinars focusing on big data modeling and visualization launched Wednesday, 17…

DCO Webinar Wednesdays
DCO Webinar Wednesdays Launching 17 May 2017 25 April 2017 Feature

A new series of DCO webinars focusing on big data modeling and visualization launched Wednesday, 17…

Half of Carbon Transported to Mid-Ocean Ridges Remains Trapped Below 29 March 2017 Feature

Researchers thought that this process efficiently moves deep carbon, carried by the magma, and…

New Modeling and Visualization Initiatives Commissioned 28 January 2016 Feature

At the end of July 2015, DCO’s Modeling and Visualization Workshop committee (Elizabeth Cottrell,…

Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts 1 June 2015 Feature

A short interview with Smithsonian scientist, Elizabeth Cottrell, who provides a recap of the DCO…

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