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The Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2 – Opportunities for Deep Carbon Research 21 July 2014 Feature

By Florian M. Schwandner, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena…

Carbon Dioxide Content of the Icelandic Mantle 19 May 2014 Feature

Carbon emitted in volcanically-active regions provides insight into volatile fluxes, interactions…

Extreme Conditions and the Periodic Table 30 April 2014 Feature

One of the most remarkable outcomes of physics and chemistry at extreme conditions is the synthesis…

New Constraints on the Deep Carbon Cycle 21 April 2014 Feature

Volcanic eruptions liberate large amounts of carbon from the crust and mantle into Earth’s…

Carbon in Silicate Melts from Oldoinyo Lengai Volcano 13 January 2014 Feature

Oldoinyo Lengai rises impressively from the floor of the East African Rift in Northern Tanzania,…

Geochemistry of Geologic Carbon Sequestration 9 January 2014 Feature

A new edition of Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry takes stock of current understanding of…

Sniffing Out Sources of Volcanic Carbon Dioxide 12 September 2013 Feature

Quantifying and understanding the natural emissions of CO2 from Earth is fundamental to our…

Earth’s Ancient Carbon Cycle and the First Ice Age 17 June 2013 Feature

During the first half of Earth's history, the Sun supplied less energy to our planet than at…

Carbon Holds the Key to Mantle Redox Heterogeneity 3 May 2013 Feature

Earth’s mantle is a complex and heterogeneous mixture. Understanding the chemical composition of…

Deep Carbon Research on Earth Informs us about Mars 10 April 2013 Feature

Without liquid water, life is impossible. The search for life on other planets, therefore, is…

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