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Here, the wind and rain erodes these rocks rich with phosphate!
Then, rivers like this one, transport gravel and silt!
uplift then pushes new rock to the surface!
This silt becomes sediment and then to new rock!
Sediments are the primary inorganic reservoir for phosphorus. The main source of organic compounds is the vegetation that undergoes decay.
As the cycle moves, you can see each transaction and transformation that goes through with each part of the cycle.
Overall, the cycle is defined as the biochemical cycle that describes the movement of phosphorus through the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere.
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