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Salt water 97% of the Earth
Fresh water 2.5% of the Earth
Ice 3/4 (79%) of the Earth
The law of Conservation States that matter may be tranformed but not created or destroyed
Geosphere All the rock at and below the Earth's surface
Lithosphere Hard rocks on and just below the Earth's surface. It's the outer most layer of the geosphere
Biosphere All of the biotic and abiotic
Atmosphere Consist of the layers of gases
Hydrogen Includes ALL water on Earth surface, underground, and in the atmosphere
Primary producers Use the sun's energy and the carbon dioxide to produce carbonhydrate
Nutrients Matter that organism requires for their life to process. These include carbon, phosphorus,and nitrogen
The carbon in a producers may be passed on the either Consumer or decomposers
Fossil fuels are made of Soft tissue
The ocean are the Second – largest carbon reservoir.
How does ocean gains carbon From the atmosphere, runoff, undersea volcanos, and wastes( remain of organism )
Humans put carbon in the atmosphere by using Fossil fuels, cutting forests, burning forests and breathing out oxygen
Nitrogen is the 6th most abundant element
Nitrogen __________ cycle out of the atmosphere and into organism Can not
In order for plants to use nitrogen it need to be converted into Nitrate
Bacteria is responsible for The conversion
Burning fossil increase the mount of Nitrite oxide that turn into nitrogen dioxide.
What does this burning fossil lead to Acid rain
Cohesion When water molecules attracted to each through there H bonds
Surface tension Water Mokeculed held together by the H bond
How are surface molecules bond They can't bond at the surface, but they can bond under the surface
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