first is the evaporation where the water is evaporated from oceans or lakes
the third stage is Precipitation: This is when water (in the form of rain, snow, hail or sleet) falls from clouds in the sky.
next is condensation water vapor in the air cools down and turns back into liquid water.
carbon travels from the atmosphere into organisms and the Earth and then back into the atmosphere.
photo-synthesis, in which plants use sunlight convert carbon dioxide in the air into oxygen.
Animals then eat the food and carbon is stored in their bodies or released as CO2 through respiration.
All of the cycles make up the oxygen cycle.
Plants take carbon dioxide from the air and use it to make food.
Step 3- Ammonification- After all of the living organisms have used the nitrogen, decomposer bacteria convert the nitrogen-rich waste compounds into simpler ones
Step 1-Nitrogen Fixation- Special bacteria convert thenitrogen gas (N2 ) to ammonia (NH3) which the plants can use.
Step 2- Nitrification- Nitrification is the process which converts the ammonia into nitrite ions which the plants can take in as nutrients.
Step 4- Denitrification- Denitrification is the final step in which other bacteria convert the simple nitrogen compounds back into nitrogen gas (N2 ), which is then released back into the atmosphere to begin the cycle again.