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what does the hydrolic and the carbon cycles do?
Question asked by: bpbbgrl91

Asked on: 23 Oct 2009

The carbon cycle is the cycle that explains how carbon moves from different areas of the environment to others, but is preserved overall (the amount of carbon).

For instance how it moves from being stored in coal to being burnt and then combining with oxygen to form carbon dioxide which is stored dissolved in the oceans or goes into the atmosphere and so on.

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Replied at: 25 Oct 2009
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