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What are the differences between the carbon cycle water cycle and the nitrogen cycle?
The atmosphere is not involved in the phosphorus cycle.
The carbon cycle and nitrogen cycle are related due to both plants and mammals using them. Plants take both carbon and nitrogen in and convert them to sugars and proteins …that humans eat when eating the plants.
Phosphorus generally does not exist as gas
It's different from other cycles because it can't be found in the gas state, only on land, water and sediment
Phosphorus doesn't enter the atmosphere; instead, phosphorus remains mostly on land in rock and soil minerals, and ocean sediments.
What cycles depends on the fact that water is able to exist as a solid a liquid and a gas on Earth The nitrogen cycle the water cycle the carbon cycle or the phosphorus cycle?
I think its the water cycle
In both cycles, the atmosphere is a major reservoir. Both cycles involve plants as transformers of the nutrients
Water cycle: the sun's heat evaporates the water called evaporation. and then the evaporation turns into a cloud, called condensation. then once the cloud gets too heavy with …water (that's why the rain clouds look dark) it stats to rain, called precipitation. (some of the condensation may come from the plant's water, that the sun evaporates, called transpiration.) then once it starts to rain, the cycle starts all over again. (And Kraftygirl95 wrote:) Carbon Cycle: Carbon dioxide from the air gets taken in by plants who use photosynthesis to create sugars and starches which are then consumed by animals. The animals then inhale oxygen and exhale CO2 (Respiration; breathing) back in the air and eventually they die and their body turns into fossil fuel over time. Industries take the fossil fuels and sell it to people as oil or gas. The gas is burned producing CO2 that is also put back into the air. This cycle starts all over again.
The Nitrogen has to go through a process (nitrogen fixation) to be useful. Bacteria is essential to the Nitrogen Cycle. The Carbon doesn't go through any processes.
It is true that scientists classify the nitrogen, carbon, phosphorus, and water cycles as biogeochemical cycles. This is also referred to as cycling of substances.
One way that the phosphorus cycle is different from other cycles is that it doesn't usually have a gas state. Phosphorus has small particles that sometimes go up into the atmo…sphere and contribute to acid rain but other then that phosphorus stays in and on land,sea, and in sediment
both cycles transfer either carbon or nitrogen from the ocean to the atmosphere or from the atmosphere to the ocean.
They all have oxygen.
The rock cycle is slower than the water cycle.
A water cycle, nitrogen cycle and carbon cycle are all considered biogeochemical cycles. All these cycles are needed to sustain life on Earth. The water cycle is the const…ant movement of water on, above and below the Earth's surface. The nitrogen cycle is the conversion of nitrogen between its different chemical forms. The carbon cycle the exchange of carbon amid Earth's various spheres and the atmosphere.
Nitrogen cycle is made up of nitrogen gas so when nitrogen gas and oxide compress they make a nitrogen cycle. With the phosphorus cycle it doesn't compress gas it just goes to… gas to oxide making phosphorus cycle.
The cycling of carbon between the atmosphere, land, water, and organisms. But the nitrogen is between the environment and organisms.