Describe the phases of the nitrogen cycle, in the marine environment, starting with the death of a fish. Could someone help me with this? I just need it explained to me, I've watched and read many articles.. but still do not
KK I know that the Nitrogen cycle is the way that nitrogen in nature is changed into many different forms that are used by living organisms, but I have to explain how the phosphorus cycle differs from that cycle, and I don't know
List and describe each of the seven phases of the systems development life cycle. Make sure your descriptions make connections between the different phases – how one leads to another, the importance of each, etc.
explain how the phosphorus cycle differs from the nitrogen cycle. The phosphorus cycle does not exist in a gaseous state and does not enter in the atmosphere. It cycles from land to sedimants in the ocean and back to land. The
Please check my answer! Fill in the blank for below: Resources that cannot be replaced in the environment once they are used are _____. renewable resources compost nonrenewable resources I think the answer is nonrenewable
Another “grand challenge” for engineering is managing the nitrogen cycle. Use the nature of the chemical bond in diatomic nitrogen to explain why any management is needed for this biogeochemical cycle. With so much nitrogen
Stellar evolution is the life cycle of a star. A cycle suggests that upon death of a star, another star is born. How is this possible? Stars never really die. The death is a black dwarf star. This type of death triggers the birth