Carbon cycle in nature
Question:

In recent years, there has been increased logging of trees in the forests, in order to clear areas for agriculture, for construction, and for use of trees as raw materials for construction and industry.

What is the result of the increased excision of plants?

  1. Decrease in the amount of CO2 gas in the atmosphere.

  2. Rise in the rate of photosynthesis in planted plants.

  3. Extinction of species of animals.

  4. Reducing the ozone hole.

 

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Results, Analysis and Discussion

Carbon is an important element of all living creatures, accounting for 18% of your body.

 Stages of carbon cycle in nature:

  1.  Plants take carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in the process of photosynthesis.
  2.  Herbals feed on these plants, whose food contains carbon, and is transferred to carnivores.
  3.  Animals burn food during the breathing process to get energy, releases carbon dioxide which returns to the atmosphere.
  4.  After the death of animals decomposing microorganisms bodies and return carbon to the soil, which is stored in the form of fossil fuel used by humans to start again and released to the atmospheric


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