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Gaseous forms of carbon, oxygen, sulfur, and nitrogen occur in the atmosphere,
and cycles of these elements are essentially global. For example, some of the
carbon and oxygen atoms a plant acquires from the air as CO2 may have been ...
ISe fundamental charges in the cornposition of the atmosphere and in its
interactions with the rest of the biosphere. One pressing problem is the rising
level of atrrospheric carbon dioxide. Rising Atmospheric CO2 Since the Industrial
Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide (pp. 1203-1205) Because of tre burning of wood
and foss' fuels and other human activ'ties, atmospheric concentration of CO2 has
been stead'Iy 'ncreasing. The ultimate effects may include significant warming ...
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