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Deep Carbon Observatory - False Machine Publishing | DriveThruRPG.com

Deep Carbon Observatory - False Machine Publishing | DriveThruRPG.com

Kill It With Fire!: Deep Carbon Observatory Map (fan-map)

Kill It With Fire!: Deep Carbon Observatory Map (fan-map)

About the DCO | Deep Carbon Observatory Portal

About the DCO | Deep Carbon Observatory Portal

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Home | Deep Carbon Observatory Portal

Celina Suarez, assistant professor in the Department of Geosciences, inaugural recipient of a Deep Carbon Observatory Diversity Grant.

Geosciences Researcher Awarded Inaugural Deep Carbon Observatory Diversity Grant

Celina Suarez, assistant professor in the Department of Geosciences, inaugural recipient of a Deep Carbon Observatory Diversity Grant.

Deep Carbon Observatory Spotlights 'Zombie' Microbes Far Below Earth's Surface. A dark realm far beneath the Earth's surface is a surprisingly rich home for tiny worms and "zombie microbes" that may hold clues to the origins of life, scientists said on Monday.    "It's an amazing new world," said Robert Hazen, head of the Deep Carbon Observatory, a decade-long $500 million project to study the planet's carbon, an element vital to life and found in everything from oil to diamonds.

Subterranean 'Zombies' May Hold Clues To Origins Of Life

Deep Carbon Observatory Spotlights 'Zombie' Microbes Far Below Earth's Surface. A dark realm far beneath the Earth's surface is a surprisingly rich home for tiny worms and "zombie microbes" that may hold clues to the origins of life, scientists said on Monday. "It's an amazing new world," said Robert Hazen, head of the Deep Carbon Observatory, a decade-long $500 million project to study the planet's carbon, an element vital to life and found in everything from oil to diamonds.

Panoramic view of volcanic gases emanating from a ~10 m diameter fumarolic vent located on the flank of Kiska Volcano, Western Aleutians, Alaska. Note the yellow sulfur deposits that coat the ground surrounding the vent. Photo taken September 10, 2015 during the NSF GeoPRISMS – Alaska Volcano Observatory – Deep Carbon Observatory collaborative 2015 Western Aleutians Field Campaign. Photo credit: Taryn Lopez (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)

Panoramic view of volcanic gases emanating from a ~10 m diameter fumarolic vent located on the flank of Kiska Volcano, Western Aleutians, Alaska. Note the yellow sulfur deposits that coat the ground surrounding the vent. Photo taken September 10, 2015 during the NSF GeoPRISMS – Alaska Volcano Observatory – Deep Carbon Observatory collaborative 2015 Western Aleutians Field Campaign. Photo credit: Taryn Lopez (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)

Deep Carbon Observatory scientists discover quick recipe for producing hydrogen

Deep Carbon Observatory scientists discover quick recipe for producing hydrogen

DCO Early Career Scientists Publish First Paper in Frontiers Special Research Topic | Deep Carbon Observatory Portal

DCO Early Career Scientists Publish First Paper in Frontiers Special Research Topic | Deep Carbon Observatory Portal

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