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Simulations identify missing link to determine carbon in deep Earth reservoirs

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Simulations identify missing link to determine carbon in deep Earth reservoirsChicago IL (SPX) Feb 14, 2020

Understanding the Earth's carbon cycle has important implications for understanding climate change and the health of biospheres. But scientists don't yet understand how much carbon lies deep in the Earth's water reservoirs - for example, in water that is under extreme pressure in the mantle - because experiments are difficult to conduct under such conditions. Researchers at the Pritz
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