Carbon Cycle.
Updated: 2/11/2021
Carbon Cycle.

Storyboard Description

Carbon Cycle- Mr.Stevens Biology. By Ayla Wize.

Storyboard Text

  • There are many cycles happening all around us, the most popular being the Water Cycle.
  • However, there is also a lesser known cycle, called the Carbon Cycle.
  • The Carbon Cycle is a daily part of life, and you are taking part in it right now.
  • We ourselves produce Carbon each second we breathe.
  • Then, Animals come and eat the plants. Keep in mind that all animals take place in producing Carbon
  • The Carbon Cycle starts off with Photosynthesis
  • Many Plants and Trees take in Carbon Dioxide and use it to photosynthesize..
  • This releases Carbon back into the atmosphere, where the plants then use it for photosynthesis.
  • When the animals die, they decompose.
  • There is also diffusion, which is Carbon held in sea-water
  • This can lead to Sedimentation, in which Carbon becomes partially dissolved in water
  • However, it now takes place in the Carbon Cycle, which is in the order of Photosynthesis, Plant and Animal Respiration, Decomposition, then Deforestation and Fossil Fuel emissions, Diffusion, and then Sedimentation.
  • Due to Deforestation, and Fossil Fuel emissions, there is more Carbon than what plants are able to take in.
  • However, humans are participating in the Carbon Cycle more than how we should