The Carbon Cycle - Ocean

The Carbon Cycle - Ocean
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The Process of the Carbon cycle for Biology.

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  • ...Carbon accesses into the deep ocean  
  • CO2
  • CO2
  • CO2
  • The carbon that inserts the ocean can be carried or be lost in sediments. 
  • The ocean exchanges carbon dioxide from the atmosphere at the surface of the ocean.   
  • Carbon from the air combines with calcium - forms calcium carbonate. 
  • CO2
  • Carbon enters (biotic) of the ecosystem through photosynthesis. Taking in Carbon into CO2 
  • Respiration in plants!!! 
  • It's fixed into organic compounds, (Glucose, starch, Carbohydrates.) 
  • (In the atmosphere is in form of CO2  A major reservoir of Carbon. (Macronutrients.)
  • Photosythsis! 
  • The respiration in the plant returns to Carbon dioxide into the test atmosphere.
  • CO2
  • ATP (Energry)
  • Carbon dioxide combines - water molecules in clouds to form carbonic acid and naturally-acidic rain. 
  • CO2
  • The Atmosphere includes absorption by surface vegetation and by oceans in the atmosphere-ocean gas exchange.
  • !Phytoplankton!
  • Any Carbon dioxide from the air dissolves into ocean merge with calcium to form calcium carbonate.
  • Which incorporates into shells, mollusks, other creatures. (If shell decay it transforms to limestone!) 
  • If carbon is released from the limestone it may return to the Atmosphere.) :)
  • Tissues are (calcium carbonate skeletons and shells) of marine organisms.
  • CO2
  • Warmer seas are less able to absorb CO2 from the atmosphere. Then cause a reduction in phytoplankton activity! 
  • (Burning Fossil by Ocean)
  • inefficiencies in combustion
  • CO2
  •  The burning of fossil fuels in cars or power plants is another way for carbon to be released into the atmospheric reservoir quickly.
  •  Carbon exchange can occur quickly between the ocean's surface waters and the atmosphere.
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