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Title: Biogeochemical Cycles: the Carbon & Nitrogen Cycles
Description: This lesson covers the carbon cycle and nitrogen cycle, as these elements cycle through the environment between atmosphere (air), biosphere (living organisms), lithosphere (earth’s surface and crust) and hydrosphere (water) undergoing changes in form as they move throughout their storage pools. Each process will be described so that students will understand exactly how carbon and nitrogen move throughout the cycle and change form. The importance of these elements to organic compounds (life) is stressed as well as human induced changes (global warming, carbon emissions, and nitrogen fertilizer) and the effects of an imbalanced cycle.  
Key Words: biosphere, carbon, carbon cycle, chemical change, global warming, hydrosphere, lithosphere, nitrogen, nitrogen cycle, organic matter 
Grade Level: 9-12th 
Subject: Biology 
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 Carbon and Nitrogen Cycle Lesson Plan.doc
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 Carbon and Nitrogen Cycle Jeopardy.pptx
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 Carbon Cycle Fill-in Diagram.docx
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 Nitrogen Cycle Fill-in Diagram.docx
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 Nitrogen Cycle Fill-in Diagram - KEY.docx
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 Carbon and Nitrogen Cycle Assesment.docx
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 Carbon and Nitrogen Cycle Assesment - KEY.docx

Teacher's Request: Carbon and Nitrogen Cycles
   

 

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