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  2. The Carbon Cycle | Earth Science | Visionlearning


    Carbon, the fourth most abundant element in the universe, moves between the atmosphere, oceans, biosphere, and geosphere in what is called the carbon cycle .

  3. Carbon Cycle - Science Clarified


    14.03.2007 · The carbon cycle is the process in which carbon atoms are recycled over and over again on Earth. Carbon recycling takes place within Earth's biosphere and ...

  4. Carbon Cycle | National Oceanic and Atmospheric …


    Take a bite of dinner, a breath, or a drive in a car — you are part of the carbon cycle.

  5. Geography4Kids.com: BGC Cycles: Carbon Cycle


    Geography4Kids.com! This tutorial introduces the carbon cycle. Other sections include the atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, the Earth, and ecosystems.

  6. The Carbon Cycle - YouTube


    12.08.2013 · Video embedded · This professionally produced and narrated video describes the carbon cycle and why it is important, including an explanation of the Greenhouse Effect. It ...

  7. BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Carbon cycle


    Carbon cycle. Most of the chemicals that make up living tissue contain carbon. When organisms die the carbon is recycled so that it can be used by future generations.

  8. IXL - The carbon cycle (6th grade science practice)


    Fun science practice! Improve your skills with free problems in 'The carbon cycle' and thousands of other practice lessons.

  9. Carbon Journal - ScienceDirect.com | Science, health …


    The online version of Carbon at ScienceDirect.com, the world's leading platform for high quality peer-reviewed full-text journals.

  10. The Carbon Cycle - Windows to the Universe


    07.11.2010 · The Carbon Cycle moves carbon among the reservoirs in the Earth system through a wide range of processes. The largest reservoir of carbon is …

  11. Carbon Cycle PowerPoint by SteveJ64 - TES Resources


    This Powerpoint explains visually how photosynthesis and respiration work and then leads students visually through the carbon cycle, breaking it down into separate ...