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WHAT DO THESE THINGS HAVE IN COMMON?. C ARBON QUICK FACTS. It’s an element. It’s an element. C ARBON QUICK FACTS. It’s an element. It is a part of ANYTHING alive or once alive. C ARBON QUICK FACTS. It’s an element. It is a part of ANYTHING alive or once alive.

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What do these things have in common

WHAT DO THESE THINGS HAVE IN COMMON?


C arbon quick facts

CARBON QUICK FACTS

It’s an element

It’s an element


C arbon quick facts1

CARBON QUICK FACTS

It’s an element

It is a part of

ANYTHING

alive or once alive


C arbon quick facts2

CARBON QUICK FACTS

It’s an element

It is a part of

ANYTHING

alive or once alive

Living things use carbon for energy and structure


The carbon cycle

The Carbon Cycle


What do these things have in common

THE JOURNEY OF CARBON

ATMOSPHERE

PLANTS


From atmosphere to plants

ATMOSPHERE

PLANTS

FROM ATMOSPHERE TO PLANTS

  • Carbon is usually found

  • as CO2 in the atmosphere

  • Plants take carbon in as

  • part of photosynthesis

  • Once inside a plant carbon is ripped from CO2 and used to make carbohydrates (sugars).

  • Carbon Bonds Store Energy!


Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis

Since Plants Produce their own food they are know as Producers.

Plant = Producer

Photo – Greek word for light

Syntithenai – Greek word meaning “to put together”

Nutrients

CO2

=

Sugar

Oxygen

+

+

+


What do these things have in common

PLANT CELLS

SUGARS (starch)

CARBO

HYDRATES

N


What do these things have in common

CARB

S

OHYDRATES

World’s largest

POTATO


What do these things have in common

S

CARB

ON

World’s largest

POTATO


What do these things have in common

STORES

CARBON

ENERGY


What do these things have in common

THE JOURNEY OF CARBON

ATMOSPHERE

ANIMALS

PLANTS


From plants to animals

PLANTS

ANIMALS

Either way the carbon

is traced back to plants

FROM PLANTS TO ANIMALS

  • Animals eat plants… (yum)

  • Or animals eat animals which ate plants… (double yum)


What do these things have in common

THE JOURNEY OF CARBON

ATMOSPHERE

ANIMALS

PLANTS


From animals to the atmosphere

WHAT YOU NEED TO REMEMBER

ATMOSPHERE

ANIMALS

Plants perform respiration too!

FROM ANIMALS TO THE ATMOSPHERE

  • Respiration –

  • Respiration – Breathing Oxygen in, CO2 out

Sugar

Oxygen

CO2

+

+

+

=

ENERGY

THE BIOCHEMICAL FORMULA (A HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY THING)

(but it’s not common)


What do these things have in common

SHORT CYCLE RECAP

ATMOSPHERE

Photosynthesis

Respiration

Short

Cycle

Consumption

PLANTS

ANIMALS


What do these things have in common

How do animals put carbon back into the atmosphere?


What do these things have in common

What form is carbon in when it goes from animal to atmosphere?


What do these things have in common

Name two ways that animals get their carbon


What do these things have in common

How do plants get their carbon?


What do these things have in common

What is the most common form of carbon when in the atmosphere?


What do these things have in common

What form does carbon take once in the plant?


What do these things have in common

THE JOURNEY OF CARBON

ATMOSPHERE

xx dead xx

xx dead xx

ANIMALS

PLANTS

FORMATION OF

FOSSIL FUELS


From dead stuff to fossil fuels

PLANTS & ANIMALS

FORMATION OF

FOSSIL FUELS

FROM DEAD STUFF TO FOSSIL FUELS

xx dead xx

  • Fossil fuels form from…

    • Dead plants and animals

  • In order for fossil fuels to form you need the right amount of three things:

    • Pressure

    • Temperature

    • Time


What do these things have in common

THE JOURNEY OF CARBON

BURNING

FOSSIL FUELS

ATMOSPHERE

xx dead xx

ANIMALS

PLANTS

FORMATION OF

FOSSIL FUELS


From fossil fuels to the atmosphere

ATMOSPHERE

BURNING FOSSIL FUELS

FROM FOSSIL FUELS TO THE ATMOSPHERE

  • Burning fossil fuels releases carbon in the form of CO2


What happens to carbon in the ocean

ATMOSPHERE

OCEAN

Most of the oxygen

surrounding the Earth

is released by ocean

plants!

WHAT HAPPENS TO CARBON IN THE OCEAN?

  • Ocean producers use CO2 for photosynthesis

  • The cycle is pretty much the same from there…


What do these things have in common

LONG CYCLE RECAP

ATMOSPHERE

BURNING

FOSSIL FUELS

Long Cycle

xx dead xx

ANIMALS

PLANTS

FORMATION OF

FOSSIL FUELS


What do these things have in common

What happens to the carbon in our bodies when we die?


What do these things have in common

What three things do you need the right amount of in order to get fossil fuels?


What do these things have in common

What happens when fossil fuels are burned?


What do these things have in common

Where does most of the CO2 produced from burning fossil fuels end up?


What do these things have in common

What is the carbon cycle like in the ocean?


What is the greenhouse effect

What is the Greenhouse Effect?


What do these things have in common

GREENHOUSE EFFECT

2. It can be reflected back into space

REJECTED

Atmosphere

(not to scale)

3. It can be trapped by the atmosphere

1. It can get absorbed


What do these things have in common

The Greenhouse Effect is kind of like when……


Greenhouse gases

GREENHOUSE GASES:

Gases in the atmosphere that trap heat

Earth would freeze without them


What do these things have in common

GREENHOUSE EFFECT

The overall warming effect caused by the greenhouse gases trapping heat

Atmosphere

(not to scale)


Global warming the debate

GLOBAL WARMING – The Debate

  • FACT – There is 30% more CO2 in the air now than there was 150 years ago


Global warming the debate1

GLOBAL WARMING – The Debate

  • FACT – There is 30% more CO2 in the air now than there was 150 years ago

  • THEORY – More CO2 traps more heat and causes higher temperatures worldwide


Consequences

Consequences

  • Rising temperatures

  • Species extinction caused by the inability to adapt

  • Sea levels rising

  • Severe weather conditions


What do these things have in common

There

strong

is

evidence

that

the

up.

Earth

is

heating


What do these things have in common

The

is

debate

about

we

who

should

blame


What do these things have in common

Team 1

Blame

Mother

Nature


What do these things have in common

Team 2

Let the

debate begin!

Blame

CRUSH YOU!

will…

I…

you and me

Bring it on!

and all other people…


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