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Deep Carbon Processes Explain Rise of Oxygen and Isotopes 16 December 2019 Feature

One reason Earth is a habitable planet with a breathable atmosphere is thanks to the evolution of…

Elements Issue Highlights Abiotic Hydrogen and Hydrocarbons 16 December 2019 Feature

Research into abiotic hydrogen and hydrocarbons, which form from chemical reactions that are…

Mantle ‘Tantrum’ Released Burst of Volatiles at End of Archaean Eon 22 November 2019 Feature

Natural processes that move carbon through Earth, like plate tectonics, subduction, and volcanic…

Frontiers Special Collection Engages Broader Deep Carbon Community
Frontiers Special Collection Engages Broader Deep Carbon Community 22 November 2019 Feature

In a new special collection on Deep Carbon Science in the online journal Frontiers, deep carbon…

Nature Deep Carbon Collection Showcases DCO Research
Nature Deep Carbon Collection Showcases DCO Research 22 October 2019 Feature

Some of the most exciting discoveries made by DCO researchers in the last 10 years have been…

AGU An Inside Look at Carbon in Earth’s Interior
An Inside Look at Carbon in Earth’s Interior 21 October 2019 Feature

More than 50 DCO scientists contributed to a special American Geophysical Union (AGU) Monograph,…

 Elements Special Issue: When the Carbon Cycle Went Awry
Elements Special Issue: When the Carbon Cycle Went Awry 18 October 2019 Feature

For 10 years, DCO scientists have advanced our understanding of the amounts of carbon within…

Deep Carbon: Past to Present Synthesizes a Decade of DCO Research
"Deep Carbon: Past to Present" Synthesizes a Decade of DCO Research 18 October 2019 Feature

From diamonds to volcanic degassing to the deep biosphere and more, scientists within the Deep…

All Kimberlites Erupted from the Same Deep Reservoir 16 October 2019 Feature

Compared to other types of volcanic rocks that erupt at Earth’s surface, kimberlites are unique.…

The PUSH for High-Pressure Microbiology 30 September 2019 Feature

Microbes in the deep biosphere exist at pressures that would crush most surface organisms.  At one…

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