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DCO ABOVE Expedition

DCO ABOVE Expedition: Updates from the Field

DCO ABOVE (Aerial-based Observations of Volcanic Emissions) is the second part of a DCO-funded project to explore volcanic emissions in Papua New Guinea using cutting-edge drone technologies.

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Test of Hydrocarbons’ Origins Can Give Misleading Results from Open Volcanic Systems 15 August 2019 Feature

Hydrocarbons in the crust, such as the oil and natural gas that we tap to meet our energy needs,…

Carbon Degassing Special Theme Issue Covers New Ground 25 June 2019 Feature

In 2017, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems invited scientists to submit papers related to the…

DCO ABOVE Expedition
DCO ABOVE Expedition: Updates from the Field 29 May 2019 Feature

DCO ABOVE (Aerial-based Observations of Volcanic Emissions) is the second part of a DCO-funded…

stromboli volcano
New Book Focuses on Impact and Insight from Volcanic Plumes 10 May 2019 Feature

DCO Reservoirs and Fluxes Community member Giuseppe Salerno (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e…

Bagana volcano
Volcanic Rocks Will Do, When Studying Biggest Carbon Emitters 24 April 2019 Feature

Volcanologists have made amazing progress in measuring the carbon dioxide escaping from volcanoes…

Remote Gas Monitoring Gives Warning Before Wet Eruptions 6 March 2019 Feature

Poás volcano in Costa Rica is one of the most active volcanoes in Central America as well as a…

Turrialba volcano in Costa Rica
Bursting the Bubble: Copper Trapped Inside Volcanic Crystals 28 January 2019 Feature

After lying quiet for three centuries, the San Cristóbal volcano, which lies at the northwestern…

 Expedition Papua New Guinea
Updates from the Field: Expedition Papua New Guinea 29 October 2018 Feature

The newly funded “Aerial Observations of Volcanic Emissions from Unmanned Aerial Systems” field…

Video: Demonstration of Volcanic Gas Ratios 11 October 2018 Feature

  A short demonstration of the changes in carbon dioxide to sulfur dioxide gas ratios that occur…

Etna at night
Different Volcano Types Show Their Metal 3 September 2018 Feature

Living organisms have a complex relationship with metals. In small amounts, some metals are vital…

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