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Biogeochemical cycle - Wikipedia

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In Earth science, a biogeochemical cycle or substance turnover or cycling of substances is a pathway by which a chemical substance moves through both the  ...

Biogeochemical cycle - New World Encyclopedia

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Nitrogen cycle; Oxygen cycle; Carbon cycle; Phosphorus cycle; Sulfur cycle; Water cycle .... Phosphates move quickly through plants and animals; however, the ...

Ecology/Biogeochemical cycles - Wikibooks, open books for an ...

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Nutrients move through the ecosystem in biogeochemical cycles. A biogeochemical ... Respiration is done by animals, plants, and microbes. A second aerobic ...

Discovering the Biogeochemical Cycles - dummies

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There are four biogeochemical cycles, and each of them returns to the earth important ... When plants go through the process of transpiration (that's when water ...

Biogeochemical Cycles

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Biogeochemical cycles: the movement (or cycling) of matter through a system .... largest fluxes are between land plants and atmosphere, and the ocean and the ...

Biogeochemical Cycles | National Climate Assessment

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Altered biogeochemical cycles combined with climate change increase the .... but does have indirect effects, such as increasing carbon sinks by fertilizing plants. .... The strongest direct effect of an altered nitrogen cycle is through emissions of ...

The Cycling of Materials in Ecosystems—Biogeochemical Cycles ...

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All organisms (plants, animals, and decomposers) return carbon atoms to the ... The cycling of water through the environment follows a simple pattern. .... Atmospheric nitrogen can reenter the cycle with the aid of nitrogen-fixing bacteria . 4.

Nutrient cycling and maintaining soil fertility in fruit and vegetable ...

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Nutrient losses occur through: ... and denitrification (see "Nitrogen cycle"); Crop removal – plant uptake and ...

The Biogeochemical Nitrogen Cycle - Carnegie Department of ...

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will equal the amounts fixed annually through biological nitrogen fixation (Soder- ... Plants and most microorganisms are dependent on ammonium or nitrate ...... Rosswall, T. (1979b) Applied microbiology can aid developing countries, Ambio,.

Glossary: Environmental cycles - GreenFacts

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The carbon cycle includes the uptake of carbon dioxide by plants through, its ingestion by animals and its release to the atmosphere through respiration and ...