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These can be dug up from the ground and burned as a source of energy.

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These can be dug up from the ground and burned as a source of energy.


Fossil Fuels


Energy is transferred between systemsm but it cannot be created or destroyed.

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Energy is transferred between systemsm but it cannot be created or destroyed.


1st law of thermodynamics


What is the ultimate source of energy?

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What is the ultimate source of energy?


The Sun


When energy transfer occurs, matter less organized with time, thus the universe's energy is spead out more uniformly over time.

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When energy transfer occurs, matter less organized with time, thus the universe's energy is spead out more uniformly over time.


2nd law of thermodynamics


What is the four processes that matter and energy are exchanged in the earth systems?

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What is the four processes that matter and energy are exchanged in the earth systems?


Chemical reactions, radioactive decay, growth and decay of organisms, and the radiation of energy.


Rain, snow, and hail are forms of?

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Rain, snow, and hail are forms of?


Precipitation


The movement of water from the atmosphere to the Earth's surface and back to the atmosphere is?

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The movement of water from the atmosphere to the Earth's surface and back to the atmosphere is?


The Water Cycle


Evaporation of water from plant parts is?

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Evaporation of water from plant parts is?


Transpiration


The origin of energy that drives the water cycle?

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The origin of energy that drives the water cycle?


The sun


When the water loses energy, it __________ to form water droplets, such as those that form clouds. 

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When the water loses energy, it __________ to form water droplets, such as those that form clouds. 


Condenses


What is the gaseous form of carbon

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What is the gaseous form of carbon


CO2


  • Which of the following is not a way in which carbon is released back into the atmosphere as CO2? A. burning of biomass fuels B. combustion of petroleum products C. photosynthesis D. respiration
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  • Which of the following is not a way in which carbon is released back into the atmosphere as CO2? A. burning of biomass fuels B. combustion of petroleum products C. photosynthesis D. respiration

C. photosynthesis


What role and effect do humans have in the carbon cycle?

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What role and effect do humans have in the carbon cycle?


They release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere through respiration, through their waste, and through combustion of fossil fuels. 


Where is carbon stored in the long-term cycle?

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Where is carbon stored in the long-term cycle?


In the geosphere in a rock called carbonate


Name one carbon reservoir other than the Earth's Crust

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Name one carbon reservoir other than the Earth's Crust


Atmosphere, soil, plants, animals


Nitrogen is primarily found in what state of matter?

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Nitrogen is primarily found in what state of matter?


Gas


This electrical process aids in the formation of nitrates

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This electrical process aids in the formation of nitrates


Ligthning


Changes nitrogen in the soil into usable forms

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Changes nitrogen in the soil into usable forms


Nitrogen fixing batceria


What is the main reservoir of nitrogen

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What is the main reservoir of nitrogen


The atmosphere


What is the process of chanign free nitrogen into usable forms of nitrogen 

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What is the process of chanign free nitrogen into usable forms of nitrogen 


Nitrogen Fixation


Phosphorous is rarely a?

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Phosphorous is rarely a?


Gas


Water that flows over the ground into streams is known as?

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Water that flows over the ground into streams is known as?


runoff or groundwater


All cycles of matter share this componenet except for the phosphorous cycle

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All cycles of matter share this componenet except for the phosphorous cycle


the atmospheric component


How does phosphorous enter the geosphere?

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How does phosphorous enter the geosphere?


Phosphorous enters the soil when rocks break down releasing the phosphorous, and by organism excreting their excess phosphorous


How does phosphorous enter the biosphere?

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How does phosphorous enter the biosphere?


Phosphorous enters the biosphere by plants absorbing the phosphorous in the soil with their roots where the plants incorporate it into their tissues. Animals then ingest the plant.


Draw the short-term Carbon Cycle.


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Draw the short-term Carbon Cycle.






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