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We can, however, rec ognize two general categories o biogeochemical cycles:
global arlocal. Gaseous forms of carbon, oxygen, sulfur, and nitrogen occur in the
atmosphere, and cycles of these elements are essentially global. For example ...
... va O15 CO2 D Tempe O15 030 300* l l l i r Tl r l l 1" i--045 1960 1965 1970
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 Z000 2005 Year atmospheric carbon dioxide at
Mauna Loa, Hawaii, and average global temperatures over land from 1958 to
entists because of its potential to increase global ternperature. (See Figure 54.24
for circumstantial evidence of a link between increasing CO2 and global warming
.) To date, no rrodels are sophisticated enough to include all the biotic and ...
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