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Transcript of Bioshere D.C.(Crafter4lyfe)
The Geosphere consists of the land and the layers on earth. This includes the crust, mantle, inner core, and outer core, rocks, mountains, and the ground.
The biosphere is all the places in the Earth where living organisms live. These include animals and plants.
The Hydrosphere is the liquid water component of the earth. It is made up of lakes, oceans, rivers, and streams, and includes many plants and animals.
BIOSPHERE, ATMOSPHERE, GEOSPHERE, AND HYDROSPHERE
BY: DJ COOPER, KEARA GRANTZ, REILLY GILSON, AND NICK SAMBERG
The atmosphere has a thin blanket of gases that surrounds Earth, transports heat and water and filters out deadly ultraviolet radiation.
All the water in the hydrosphere goes through the water cycle. N.S
Lots of animals and plants live in bodies of water. This the biggest habitat for living organisms on Earth, so it is very important. D.C.
The geosphere interacts with the water cycle by absorbing water from precipitation and trapping it in underground reservoirs. This is called groundwater. RG
Animals and plants must breathe in oxygen, which has a big role in the oxygen cycle. D.C.
The geosphere interacts with the sulfur cycle by erupting sulfur oxide from volcanoes. RG
Biosphere to Atmosphere. Animals need oxygen, and plants need carbon dioxide. These two gases are part of the atmosphere. D.C.
When water runs of through a river, it's weathering the rocks and adding phosphorus to the water. N.S
Oxygen makes up 20% of Earth's atmosphere. KG
The atmosphere may not be a great storehouse of water,it is a superhighway used to move water around the globe. KG
80% of the atmosphere is made up of nitrogen KG
Sulphur enters the atmosphere through human and natural sources. For human it enters by human activity and for natural it enters for instance as a volcanic eruption. KG
Carbon is attached to some oxygen in a gas called CO2. KG
Phosphorus can mainly be found as a very small dust particle in the atmosphere. KG
Sulfur from the burnt fossil fuels rains into bodies of water. Or decomposed plants and animals and waste products runs off into bodies of water. N.S
Runoff from nitrates in farming enters water. N.S
Some plankton in oceans create oxygen. N.S
Dead organisms runoff into lakes and oceans, and the ocean absorbs carbon from the atmoshpere. N.S
The weathering on rocks and mountains is caused by the oxygen cycle RG
Nitrogen is in fertilizer and fertilizer enriches soil in the geosphere RG
The decaying, dead organisms in the carbon cycle sink into the geosphere over time and become fossils in rocks RG
Phosphorous causes erosion on rocks and mountains RG
When water comes down as precipitation, it can sink or runoff into the geosphere. N.S
When water evaporates, it rises into the atmosphere. N.S
Living organisms, including humans, need to drink water to survive. N.S.
Biosphere to Nitrogen. Since oxygen is mostly nitrogen, animals breathe in some nitrogen, which makes them part of the nitrogen cycle. D.C.
The Geosphere interacts with the atmosphere when volcanoes erupt. They release ash into the air. RG
Biosphere to Water Cycle. All living things need water. Water goes through all living things, which is part of the water cycle. D.C.
Humans drill petroleum from the Geosphere. This can harm the Geosphere if the pipe fails and leaks. RG
Biosphere to Carbon Cycle.Animals breathe out carbon dioxide, and plants breathe in carbon dioxide. D.C.
The geosphere contains nitrogen which is in fertilizer. The fertilizer gets in the water and pollutes it. RG
Biosphere to Atmosphere.Humans give out lots of gases into the atmosphere from coal plants, ethanol plants, etc. D.C.
Biosphere to Hydrosphere. Humans need water from the Hydrosphere for steam to turn turbines and make electricity. D.C.
Biosphere to Geosphere. Plants need minerals from the geosphere to live. Over time, plants and animals turn into coal, which is part of the geosphere.
Biosphere to Geosphere. Humans need the geosphere to build infrastructure . Without geosphere, human life would be vastly different. D.C.
Biosphere to Phosphorus Cycle. Plants absorb phosphorus from the soil, and animals eat plants. DC.
Biosphere to Sulfur Cycle. Atmospheric sulfur is in living organisms. D.C.
The geosphere extends from the core of the Earth to the dust particles in the atmosphere.
Without atmosphere there would be no air or protection for any life to live in KG
When people boil water, it goes into the atmosphere. N.S