Question by  elsewhen (627)

What is the Carbon Cycle?


Answer by  crabbiehoneybunnie (77)

Carbon being exchanged among the biosphere, pedosphere, geosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere is a biogeochemical cycle that is known as the carbon cycle.


Answer by  Stardancer (295)

It's the biogeochemical process by which carbon, the 4th most abundant chemical element, is exchanged and recycled in the biosphere and among all organisms in it.


Answer by  jack (14)

The cycle is four major reservoirs of carbon interconnected by pathways of exchange. These reservoirs are: * The atmosphere. * The terrestrial biosphere, which is usually defined to include fresh water systems and non-living organic material, such as soil carbon. * The oceans, including dissolved inorganic carbon and living and non-living marine biota, * The sediments including fossil fuels.

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