AP Bio Carbon Cycle Project
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We, Carbon Dioxide, only make up 0.03% of the Earth's entire atmosphere.
We are absorbed not only by plants on land, such as that sunflower, but also by algae in lakes and plankton in the ocean as well.
We are released into the air when cellular respiration occurs in animals.
When an animal dies, the organic carbon will become fossil fuel found deep in the Earth.
Factories in large cities release carbon into the air with the use of fossil fuel found in the ground as a product of combustion.
Cars also release carbon back into the atmosphere with their use of fossil fuel.
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