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Cycling of matter. Matter - anything that takes up space and has mass Nutrient - chemical substance that an organism must get from its environment to survive Biogeochemical cycle- the exchange of matter through the biosphere. Water Cycle. Condensation. Transpiration. Precipitation. Runoff.

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Cycling of matter

Cycling of matter

  • Matter- anything that takes up space and has mass

  • Nutrient- chemical substance that an organism must get from its environment to survive

  • Biogeochemical cycle- the exchange of matter through the biosphere


Cycling of matter

Water Cycle

Condensation

Transpiration

Precipitation

Runoff

Evaporation

Percolation


Carbon cycle

Carbon Cycle

Combustion

C02 in atmosphere

C02 in atmosphere

Diffusion

Photosynthesis

Respiration

Mining

Consumption

Fossilization

Deposition of dead material


Carbon cycle1

Carbon Cycle

C02 in atmosphere

C02 in atmosphere

Photosynthesis

Respiration

Consumption


Carbon cycle2

Carbon Cycle

Combustion

C02 in atmosphere

C02 in atmosphere

Photosynthesis

Mining

Fossilization

Deposition of dead material


Nitrogen cycle

Nitrogen Cycle

Precipitation

Consumption

Runoff

Organic Residue

Denitrification

Plant Consumption

Nitrates

(NO3)

Organic Matter

Nitrification

Nitrites

(NO2)

Ammonium (NH4)

Nitrification

Leaching


Phosphorous cycle

Phosphorous Cycle

Runoff and Leaching

Dissolved in water

Plant and

Animal waste

Phosphate

in soil

Decomposers

Weathering

Phosphate

rocks

Deposition of dead material

Mining

Geological uplift


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