Deep Carbon Observatory: A Decade of Discovery

This decadal report details remarkable scientific advancements in the understanding of deep carbon—how much exists and where, how it moves, what forms it takes, and where it originated—made by an international community of 1200 scientists from 55 nations, who came together over the last decade to explore these questions.

Further Reading

DCO Highlights Symphony in C: A Carbon Symphony is Released

A recording of Symphony in C: A Carbon Symphony, composed by David Earl, performed by the Royal…

DCO Highlights 2019 AGU Fall Meeting: Deep Carbon Science Looks to the Future

Hundreds of DCO scientists shared their recent research at the 2019 Fall Meeting of the American…

Frontiers Special Collection Engages Broader Deep Carbon Community
DCO Research Frontiers Special Collection Engages Broader Deep Carbon Community

A special collection on Deep Carbon Science in the journal Frontiers features a range of new…

Virtual Reality Lets DCO Researchers See C in 3D
DCO Highlights Virtual Reality Lets DCO Researchers See C in 3D

New 3D, interactive visualizations developed in collaboration with virtual reality researchers at…

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