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Press Release 09-140

Earth's Biogeochemical Cycles, Once in Concert, Falling Out of Sync

Climate change, land-use patterns are culprits, scientists to report at Ecological Society of America conference

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Illustration showing Earth's water cycle.

Earth's water cycle is changing as result of global warming and other factors.

Credit: U.S. Geological Survey


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Illustration showing the carbon dioxide cycle.

Carbon is part of oceans, rocks, soil and all living things, and is always on the move.

Credit: UCAR/NCAR


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Illustration of the nitrogen cycle.

Nitrogen travels through living and non-living parts of the Earth system.

Credit: UCAR/NCAR


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