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Biogeochemical Cycles: Oxygen Carbon Sulfur Nitrogen Phosphorous Calcium
Oxygen Cycle Brazil’s forests produce 40% of the earth’s atmospheric oxygen
Oxygen Cycle Image obtained from http://www.accessexcellence.com/AB/GG/photo_Resp.html
Depletion of ozone leads to ecosystem health risks www.nasa.gov
Carbon Cycle Temperate rainforests store vast amounts of carbon, both above and below ground.
Carbon Cycle Brazil’s rainforests re-cycle carbon faster than any other ecosystem.
Carbon Cycle Today, the earth’s atmosphere is accumulating CO 2 faster that it can be sequestered. vrs Carbon sink Carbon stink
Carbon Sinks: 1. Marine viruses and phytoplankton 2. Forests 3. Coral reefs
Carbon Cycle The earth’s “core” temperature is rising
Nature Is “Re-shuffling” The Deck As The Environment Changes
Science Times - Tuesday, September 28, Extinction by Infectious Disease Because o the introduction of Culex pipiens and Plasmodium gallinacium (bird.
MATTER CYCLING IN ECOSYSTEMS Nutrient Cycles: Global Recycling –Global Cycles recycle nutrients through the earth’s air, land, water, and living organisms.
ECOSYSTEMS AND ENERGY FLOW CH 55 Energy flows through ecosystems while matter cycles through ecosystems.
Chapter 3 Nutrient Cycles.
Biogeochemical Cycles. Objectives: Identify and describe the flow of nutrients in each biogeochemical cycle. Explain the impact that humans have on.
Biogeochemical Cycles. Biogeochemical: Chemical elements and molecules that cycle through the Earth’s systems and provide the building blocks for life.
Causes of the Greenhouse Effect 1 Energy from the Sun beats down on the Earth. 2 Some energy is reflected into space, the rest enters the atmosphere.
1 Web Search What are coral reefs? How are they formed? 2 Image Search Find a map that shows the areas of the world where coral reefs can be found.
Biogeochemical Cycles A biogeochemical cycle is how animals obtain useful inorganic and organic materials, use them, and return them to be recycled.
1. Review- By what two processes is water cycled from land to the atmosphere Sequence- Describe one way in which water from Lake Superior may make one.
Air pollution – Local and Global Concerns Many atmospheric pollutants are naturally occurring compounds. What are the key human activities that cause levels.
Cycles of Matter. What is the function of the water cycle? It moves water from Earth's surface to the atmosphere and back. What are the three processes.
MATTER CYCLING IN ECOSYSTEMS
Chapter 3 Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?
Ecological Cycles Biosphere Carbon cycle Phosphorus cycle Nitrogen
Chapter 4 Biogeochemical Cycles. Objectives: Identify and describe the flow of nutrients in each biogeochemical cycle. Explain the impact that humans.
Chapter 3 Biogeochemical Cycles. Objectives: Identify and describe the flow of nutrients in each biogeochemical cycle. Explain the impact that humans.
Part of the Local Ecosystems Module Spotlight Biology Preliminary Text Chapter 4 Authors: D. Heffernan, J. Bastina, B. Grieve, K. Humphreys, A. Sartor.
EarthsClimate_Web_Chapter.pdf, p ; Ch. 3, 46-47, 53-58
The Earth’s Atmosphere. GasPercent Nitrogen78% Oxygen21% Argon0.93% Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 ) 0.037% Neon, helium methane, ozone… ~0.04% Also water vapor.
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Greenhouse Effect Sun Earth’s Temperature Solar Energy Solar Energy Solar Energy Solar Energy.
Nutrient Cycles in Ecosytems
Flow of Energy and Matter. Ecosystem Recycling Energy and matter flow through an ecosystem Plants get energy from the sun We get energy from what we eat.
Topic Two Biogeochemical Cycles. 2-3 Carbon-Oxygen Cycle.
Ecosystems. What is an Ecosystem? All the organisms living in a community (biotic) and all the abiotic factors that they interact with. Ecosystems receive.
Ecosystems and Conservation Biology Chapter 36 Part 4.
Jeopardy Succesion Food Chain/Web Organisms Carbon Cycle Misc Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Food and energy cycles CP Biology - ECOLOGY. Energy flow AAAAn ecosystems energy budget is determined by the amount of photosynthetic activity of.
SNC 1D1 – Cycling of Matter in Ecosystems cycles that involve both living things processes of the earth are called biogeochemical cycles. Biogeochemical.
Ecology The study of how organisms interact with living and non- living aspects of their environment.
Chapter 6, Unit B Lesson 2 How do water and air affect weather?
Biogeochemical Cycles Chapter AP Environmental Science.
Science Standard 1a: Biogeochemical Cycles/ Nutrient Cycles Ch. 5 Sec. 2.
The Carbon Cycle Section 1.8 Pages
Objective 8: TSWBAT describe the cycling of chemical elements in ecosystems.
24 Global Ecology. Figure 24.2 A Record of Coral Reef Decline.
Ecology: Biogeochemical Cycles study of the interaction between abiotic and biotic components of……
What goes around comes back around!
Energy Roles Producers: Take in carbon from the air and through photosynthesis make sugar for its food and release oxygen into the air. Use the sun’s.
1 of 11© Boardworks Ltd of 11© Boardworks Ltd 2009 Air pollution Human activity produces two main types of air pollutant: particulates – These.
24 Global Ecology. Global Biogeochemical Cycles Atmospheric CO 2 affects pH of the oceans by diffusing in and forming carbonic acid.
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