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Biogeochemical Cycles Mr. Skirbst Life Science Topic 19
Cycles Daily Rhythms diurnal – active at day
Cycles Daily Rhythms diurnal – active at day nocturnal – active at night
Cycles Lunar Rhythms
Cycles Lunar Rhythms tides – high / low monthly cycles
Cycles Annual Rhythms
Cycles Annual Rhythms seasonal changes
Cycles Annual Rhythms seasonal changes migration – annual movement from breeding to feeding grounds
Cycles Annual Rhythms seasonal changes hibernation – winter resting state (Latin: hibernus – “winter”)
Cycles Annual Rhythms seasonal changes estivation – summer resting state (Latin: aestivus – “summer”)
Cycles of Matter Flow of matter (chemicals) from non-living (abiotic) to living (biotic) parts of an ecosystem, and back again
Cycles of Matter Water Cycle: - evaporation (liquid to gas)
Cycles of Matter Water Cycle: - evaporation - condensation (gas to liquid) (cloud formation)
Cycles of Matter Water Cycle: - evaporation - condensation - precipitation (rain, snow, sleet, hail, fog)
Cycles of Matter Water Cycle: - evaporation - condensation - precipitation - infiltration / runoff (groundwater, streams, oceans)
Cycles of Matter Oxygen – Carbon Cycle:
Cycles of Matter Oxygen – Carbon Cycle: - photosynthesis (producers: take CO 2 O 2 )
Cycles of Matter Oxygen – Carbon Cycle: - photosynthesis (producers: take CO 2 O 2 ) - respiration (consumers: take O 2 CO 2 )
Carbon – Oxygen Cycle
Cycles of Matter Nitrogen Cycle:
Cycles of Matter Nitrogen Cycle: - fixation: bacteria change “free” N from air to N- compounds in soil
Cycles of Matter Nitrogen Cycle: - metabolizing: N-compounds moved from soil to plants to animals
Cycles of Matter Nitrogen Cycle: - decomposition: bacteria “free” N back to air again
Cycles of Change Ecological Succession: - gradual change from one community to another
Cycles of Change Ecological Succession: - gradual change from one community to another Climax Community:
Cycles of Change Ecological Succession: - gradual change from one community to another Climax Community: - a stable community of organisms
Cycles of Change Ecological Succession:
Nutrient Cycles Notes. Water Cycle Condensation - when tiny droplets of water form clouds Precipitation - when water is returned to the ground (rain,
Environmental Chapter 2. Biogeochemical Cycles Most things in nature get recycled and are used over again Three common cycles – Water cycle – Carbon cycle.
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Matter Cycles through Ecosystems. ALL ECOSYSTEMS NEED CERTAIN MATERIALS. WATER CYCLES THROUGH ECOSYSTEMS CARBON CYCLES THROUGH ECOSYSTEMS NITROGEN CYLCLES.
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CHAPTER 2E Cycles in Nature…... The Cycles of Matter….. The Water Cycle: The movement of water between the oceans, atmosphere, land, and living things.
Ecology Unit Learning Goal #2: Explain relationships between matter cycles and organisms.
CYCLING OF MATTER. ENERGY FLOWS THROUGH ECOSYSTEM WATER—NITROGEN—CARBON—PHOSPHORUS ARE RECYCLED!!! THEY MOVE THRU A BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLE: ABIOTIC (non-living)
Food Flow within an Ecosystem Plant & Soil Science Plant Science Technology 10.
Ch EQ: How does matter move among the biotic and abiotic parts of an ecosystem?
Biochemical Cycles- closed circles or cycles of materials from nonliving to living organisms and back to nonliving. Examples : Water, carbon, nitrogen.
The Chemical Cycles Unlike energy, matter can be recycled. The Water, Carbon, and Nitrogen Cycles are the three main ways matter is recycled in the environment.
Cycling of Matter Energy for life flows in one way – from the source (sun or chemical)
Biogeochemical Cycles Biology, Geology and Chemistry Cycle Nutrients through the Ecosystem.
The Water Cycle Rain, snow, and sleet are examples of this step of the water cycle. a. Condensation b. Precipitation c. Evaporation d. Seepage.
Ecology 2.0 Cycles in the Environment Populations and Biodiversity.
Biogeochemical Cycles Defined: Movement of water through the atmosphere 75% of the earth is water 99% of water undrinkable (salty & frozen) Water recycles.
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Lesson 3: Nutrient cycling (Carbon and water cycles), carbon source and sink.
Cycles of Matter Life Science (the best class ever)
Cycles of Matter All matter cycles...it is neither created nor destroyed... The Earth is essentially a closed system with respect to matter, we can say.
Intro to Ecology Abiotic/Biotic Factors, Human Impact, Cycles, Symbiosis, Succession.
Ecology. What is Ecology? Ecology is the study of interactions among organisms and between organisms and their environment. There are many levels of organization.
Producers. Ecosystems An ecosystem includes biotic and abiotic factors Producers and Consumers Ecology is the study of the interactions between.
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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.
Nutrient Cycles Miss Schwippert. Carbon Cycle Vocab nutrients - chemical substances that an organism needs to sustain life. biogeochemical cycles - connects.
Objectives: 1)Define the term “Cyclical” 2)Identify three cycles in our natural world 3)Describe these cycles in detail.
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