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Carbon is most commonly found in the ocean as this ion:
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Carbon is most commonly found in the ocean as this ion:
bicarbonate
In the term, 'Phytoplankton', the prefix 'phyto' means what?
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In the term, 'Phytoplankton', the prefix 'phyto' means what?
Light
The largest user of freshwater worldwide is:
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The largest user of freshwater worldwide is:
Irrigation
What is the smallest reservoir of the global hydrologic cycle?
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What is the smallest reservoir of the global hydrologic cycle?
the atmosphere
Oxygen depleted zones of the oceans, such as the one at the mouth of the Mississippi RIver, are most likely caused by:
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Oxygen depleted zones of the oceans, such as the one at the mouth of the Mississippi RIver, are most likely caused by:
excess fertilizer- eutrophication
Nitrogen fixation will take place in field that are planted with which type of plant?
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Nitrogen fixation will take place in field that are planted with which type of plant?
legumes
What organism regulates the flow of nitrogen in and out of its largest reservoir?
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What organism regulates the flow of nitrogen in and out of its largest reservoir?
bacteria
The process by which terrestrial organisms convert ammonia back into nitrates and nitrites and then into nitrogen gas and nitrous oxide gas- that rise into the atmospher
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The process by which terrestrial organisms convert ammonia back into nitrates and nitrites and then into nitrogen gas and nitrous oxide gas- that rise into the atmospher
denitrification
What is the chemical composition of nitrate?
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What is the chemical composition of nitrate?
NO3-
The biggest contributor to excess nitrates in waterways is:
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The biggest contributor to excess nitrates in waterways is:
agricultural run-off
Approximately how much Carbon Dioxide does the atmosphere contain?
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Approximately how much Carbon Dioxide does the atmosphere contain?
0.03%
Which nutrient cycle does not have an atmospheric component?
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Which nutrient cycle does not have an atmospheric component?
phosphorus
Which nutrient cycle is mostly responsible for photochemical smog?
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Which nutrient cycle is mostly responsible for photochemical smog?
sulfur
Process by which plants absorb nutrients through their roots
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Process by which plants absorb nutrients through their roots
assimilation
What process can decrease the amount of carbon dioxide in the troposphere?
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What process can decrease the amount of carbon dioxide in the troposphere?
photosynthesis
The largest sink (reservoir) for phosphorus is:
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The largest sink (reservoir) for phosphorus is:
rocks/marine sediments
What is the chemical formula for ammonia?
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What is the chemical formula for ammonia?
NH3
Nitrogen found in the troposphere is found as this form
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Nitrogen found in the troposphere is found as this form
N2
Which element is considered to be the limited factor for terrestrial plant growth?
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Which element is considered to be the limited factor for terrestrial plant growth?
phosphorus
Which element is considered to be the limiting factor for phytoplankton growth?
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Which element is considered to be the limiting factor for phytoplankton growth?
Iron
Seawater changes pH from 6 to 5. This change is a factor of:
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Seawater changes pH from 6 to 5. This change is a factor of:
10
People want to save the environment because it is beautiful. This is what type of justification?
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People want to save the environment because it is beautiful. This is what type of justification?
aesthetic
Who are the main producers in the marine food web?
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Who are the main producers in the marine food web?
phytoplankton
Dissolved oxygen be higher in what type of water?
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Dissolved oxygen be higher in what type of water?
Cold and fresh
Warming of the atmosphere, causing ice sheets to melt, exposing the soil beneath, which absorbs more heat, which then causes more ice to melt, which causes more soil to be exposed, etc. This is an example of?
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Warming of the atmosphere, causing ice sheets to melt, exposing the soil beneath, which absorbs more heat, which then causes more ice to melt, which causes more soil to be exposed, etc. This is an example of?
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Name the 'big 6' macronutrients
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Name the 'big 6' macronutrients
CHONPS




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