Video: A Decade of Discovery

A stunning three-minute video captures the excitement, difficulties, and physical challenges of trying to figure out how Earth works. Made possible by the efforts of more than 1200 scientists in 55 countries, the Deep Carbon Observatory investigated the quantities, movements, forms, and origins of carbon deep within Earth’s interior over the last decade. Join in the adventure.

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Video: Above and Beyond
DCO Highlights Video: Above and Beyond

Film maker Zach Voss of Retroscope Media accompanied the ABOVE science team to document what it’s…

Animation: Quantities, Movements, Forms, and Origins of Deep Carbon
DCO Highlights Animation: Quantities, Movements, Forms, and Origins of Deep Carbon

How much carbon is in Earth’s interior? Where did it come from? What does it look like? And how…

DCO Highlights VIDEO: Chemistry pioneer sets her sights on rare earth oxides

Navrotsky and her team at the University of California, Davis, (moving to Arizona State University…

Karen Lloyd 2019 TED Talk
DCO Highlights VIDEO: Karen Lloyd Delivers TED Talk on the Distribution and Role of Deep Subsurface Microbes

Microbiologist Karen Lloyd takes us on a trip to the volcanoes and hot springs of Costa Rica,…

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