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The Carbon Cycle

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Transcript of The Carbon Cycle

The Carbon Cycle
The Video
What is the carbon cycle?
Living things are all made up of carbon. It is also part of the air, ocean and rocks (even though it is not living). Carbon does not stay still it is always on the move!


Without water there would be no carbon. Carbon is found around the world. It can be found in the chemicals that make up rocks, found underground in coal, oil and natural gas.
How the Carbon Cycle works
Bibliography
https://eo.ucar.edu/kids/green/images/carboncycle_sm.jpg
Picture of graph
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https://eo.ucar.edu/kids/green/cycles6.htm
Website on what the carbon cycle is
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http://seabutterflies.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/5/4/11542557/2070976_orig.jpg?340
Diagram of carbon cycle
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http://eschooltoday.com/ecosystems/images/How-the-carbon-cycle-works.jpg
Diagram
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Carbon is also found in the air in the form of carbon dioxide. Plants use the carbon dioxide to produce food and photosynthesize.
Animals break down the food to have energy, water and air. This helps plants a lot. Decomposers that break down dead plants and animals return the carbon back to the non living parts of ecosystems.
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