The Carbon Cycle

The Carbon Cycle
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  • Fossil fuels are produced in factories and release carbon into the air.
  • The soil in the ground can also produce carbon.
  • Plants also give carbon by producing carbon for themselves.
  • When plants get burnt or on fire they still can produce carbon but in a different way.
  • Plants capture carbon           
  • The sediments that turned into rock formation became oil,coal, and gas which factories use.
  • The sediment that's in the ocean turns into rock formation. 
  • The ocean exchanges carbon in the atmosphere with the ocean's carbon.
  • The particles in the ocean called phytoplankton turn into sediment that sinks in the deep ocean.
  • The atmosphere stores the carbon so that it can release into the air.
  • You might be wondering where does all the carbon go?
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