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gases that surround a planet
living things on a planet
total living things on a planet
a single living thing.
an organism that feeds on organic matter because it cannot produce it.
an organism that converts simple inorganic matter (such as water and carbon dioxide) into organic matter (like sugar and protein).
an organism that absorbs nutrients from living things or the organic matter they leave behind, turning it into simpler inorganic matter.
a part of the earth that stores carbon
a carbon reservoir that absorbs carbon from the atmosphere and stores it for a long period of time
the rocky, non-living parts of a planet.
the water on a planet.
the rigid upper layer of the Earth.
eccess nitrogen and phosphorus in water
eccess algae may use up too much oxygen, killing other marine animals
the presence of harmful bacterial in water
May cause infections and/or sicknessses.
slit and clay in water
may block sunlight and cover fragile organisms
The Earth has experienced natural warming and cooling trends throughout its istory
Global warming refers to the long-term increase in Earth's average temperature, climate change is the mean atmospheric conditions, typically an average of 30 years of weather data. A mean, or average, is much less variable
the Industrial Revolution has caused warming of the planet due to extra Co2 in the atmosphere