Jennifer Lamkie, Thomas Jefferson Middle School - Craig Phelps, Ph.D. Rutgers University Funded by the National Science Foundation, Biocomplexity in the Environment Program, Award #0120453 1 Lesson #3 Biogeochemical Cycles Objective: • The learner will demonstrate comprehension of the energy sources of various cycles by completing mini stories. a. a sedimentary rock c. magma b. a metamorphic rock d. an igneous rock ____ 7. Here is the answer sheet for the review questions on biogeochemical cycles Assessment Questions for Biogeochemical Cycles Answer KEY.pdf Created: Sunday , March 24 7:14 PM Biogeochemical Cycles This bundle of biogeochemical cycle lessons, labs, and activities is perfect for a high school environmental science course and will introduce your students to the nitrogen cycle, the phosphorus cycle, and the carbon cycle. the Carbon Cycle Producers play vital roles in the cycling of carbon through the environment. Matter cycles. Which steps remove it? Biogeochemical Cycles: 1. List the steps of the water cycle. Objectives This Week: This week includes an review of biogeochemical cycles through a webquest, coloring book and jigsaw activity in which students will share out about their specific cycles. Assume that the granite does not melt. From fossil fuels to DNA, from plastics to medicines, carbon (C) atoms are everywhere. ____ 6. The carbon cycle (Figure 1) is the biogeochemical cycle by which carbon is exchanged among the bio-sphere, pedosphere, geosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere of Earth. Compare and contrast the movement of energy and matter in ecosystems. apes Biogeochemical Cycles Worksheet.pdf. a. Additionally, a discussion of human impacts on these cycles is included, as The three most influential greenhouse gases are carbon dioxide (CO Along with the nitrogen cycle and the water cycle, the carbon cycle comprises a sequence of events key to making Earth capable of sustaining life; it describes the movement of carbon Worksheet Students will fill out this simple worksheet with information on carbon, nitrogen, and water cycles. The carbon cycle describes the routes that carbon atoms take through the environment. The water cycle plays parts in all the biogeochemical cycles. Second Order Draft Chapter 6 IPCC WGI Fifth Assessment Report Do Not Cite, Quote or Distribute 6-3 Total pages: 166 1 Executive Summary 2 3 This chapter focuses of the biogeochemical cycles carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide, which are 4 perturbed by human activities. biogeochemical-cycles-2dzqwre.pdf. 11.1 The Science of Ecology Lesson 11.1: True or False Name_____ Class_____ Date_____ Write true if the statement is true or false if the statement is false. Energy flows and must be constantly replenished by the sun. All of the energy that drives Earth’s rock cycle comes from ____. Students will also complete labs in Ocean Acidification, BOD and Fertilizing the Sea to understand how the nutrient cycling affects larger processes in the environment. a) Biogeochemical cycles (N & P Cycles and Hydrologic & C Cycles) b) Ocean Acidification c) Dead Zones Instructions: Print out the APES Content Cover Page and attach it to the front of the assignments below. … Which steps add water to the atmosphere? If granite undergoes high temperatures and high pressures at depth within Earth, what type of rock will be formed? biogeochemical cycles are required for life Macro-Nutrient Scale • Carbon - slow circulation in Trees, fast in Atmosphere • Nitrogen – most plants/animals cannot use from atmosphere • Phosphorous – Does not exist in a gaseous state • Oxygen – Intimately linked with the carbon cycle •Hydrogen and sulphur Evaporation and transpiration add water to the atmosphere. a. Biogeochemical Cycles Instructions: Watch the following videos and answer the guided viewing worksheets… 2.