|Important role for organic carbon in subduction-zone fluids in the deep carbon cycle|Sverjensky, D.A.; Stagno, V.; Huang, F. (2014). Important role for organic carbon in subduction-zone fluids in the deep carbon cycle. Nature Geoscience 7(12): 909–913. hdl.handle.net/10.1038/ngeo2291
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- Sverjensky, D.A.
- Stagno, V.
- Huang, F.
Earth’s deep carbon cycle is poorly constrained. Theoretical calculations suggest that large amounts of carbon are returned to Earth’s surface as organic and inorganic carbon ions dissolved in subduction-zone fluids.