The six elements life needs a lot of to survive. Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Sulfur, Phosphorus, Nitrogen.
All other 24 elements that life needs a small amount of to survive.
Average time an element is in a resevoir before it goes out to the next one.
Flux/Rate Of Transfer
How much of an element leaves or enters a resevoir in time.
Amount of an element that restricts growth.
When liquid water turns into a gas.
When gaseous water condenses into a liquid.
When water comes out of the atmosphere to earth in the form of rain, snow, sleet, ect.
Breathing out water vapor.
Water runs along the ground and into a body of water.
Water drips through the ground, cleaning it.
Plants releasing water through their leaves.
Methane (Natural Gas)
CO3-2 and HCO3-1
Plants take in sunlight and CO2 to make glucose and O2
Opposite of photosynthesis - Makes CO2
Carbohydrates - When you eat something then use it.
Formation of rocks.
Bacteria breaks up organic matter and releases carbon into the air.
Decomposing organic matter turning into coal, oil or methane.
Burning organic material and realeasing H2O and CO2.
Molten rocks and gas goes into the air.
Water erodes rocks and limestone and carries carbon away.
Atmospheric N2 is converted to NO3-1 and NH3.
Makes N2 again.
Water removes dissolved materials in soil by moving downwards.
Decomposing releases NO3-1 into the soil.
NH3 goes to NO3 and NO2
Formed by volcanoes.
FOrmed by erosion and lithification.
Formed by intense heat and pressure.
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