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Carbon Cycle

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Carbon Cycle
Tomoka, Euan, Anzu
Human impact on carbon cycle 1
Plants
Industry
Fossil Fuel
Fossil fuel combustion
emits Carbon dioxide
Carbon dioxide
Water
Light
Glucose
Oxygen
Photosynthesis
Provides oxygen for animals
Fossilization
Conversion to fossil fuel
Animals
Coral & shells
Carbon dioxide
Water
ATP
Glucose
Oxygen
Atmosphere

Combustion of fossil fuel
Formed by dead
plants and animals.

Forms by compression
of the earths pressure.
Fossil fuels

Human are burning fossil fuel for industry and daily life. This had increased a lot of CO2

Human impact carbon cycle 2
Deforestation
Human cut trees to create available lands, commercial items and highly prized consumer items
Less photosynthesis
The cut trees will be burnt
More CO2!
So what is the problem of
people impacting the
carbon cycle?
Global warming
Because carbon dioxide is a green house effect gas it encourages global warming and human impact increases this gas
The global warming will cause
climate change which will be a huge damage
to the ecosystem
Cell Respiration
Breath in oxygen and carbon dioxide out
Fossilization
Dead bodies decay into fossil fuels
Cell respiration
Carbon dioxide in atmosphere
Stores carbon dioxide produced
covers the earth's surface with gas
Plants and corals
Fossil
Fuel
Fire
Carbon
Dioxide
Water
Consume carbon from animals
Converts it into oxygen
Fossilize into coal or fossil fuel
Energy
Dead
Organisms
Pressure
Fossil
Fuel
Similar properties as plants on land
Most of oxygen in the atmosphere produced
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