Datatable Carbon Cycle

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DATA TABLES: CARBON CYCLE

LESSON 1

Lesson 1:
Step 1 Gaseous Carbon Ocean Water Fossil Fuels Biosphere Gaseous Carbon
To Year Atmosphere Ocean Surface Deep Ocean Oil and Gas Coal Soil Terrestrial Plants
2000 700 1000 38000 500 2000 1800+200 700
2050 677 1000+24 38000+17 461 1979 1800+210 732
2100 674 1000+23 38000+38 431 1962 1800+225 747

Lesson 1:
Step 2 Total Carbon Emissions Gaseous Carbon Ocean Water Fossil Fuels Biosphere Gaseous Carbon
To Year Smokestack Atmosphere Ocean Surface Deep Ocean Oil and Gas Coal Soil Terrestrial Plants
2000 6.9gt 700 1000 38000 500 2000 2000 700
2010 75 707 1031 38019 452 1974 2004 714
2020 87 737 1039
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What impact could twenty years at this level of consumption have on flora? It raises the carbon content of the plants which makes them heal their. It could bring a lot of new forests.
5 what is the relationship between an increase in total carbon concentration the smokestack and increased carbon in the ocean surface how might this change marine life populations? What impact could fifty years at this level of emissions have on marine fauna on marine flora? They both increased with each other and it could make the water uninhabitable for some marine life
6 in addition to circulating through the carbon cycle, where else might excess carbon be found? In fifty years, where would you be most likely to see excess carbon? In the soil.

DATA TABLES: CARBON CYCLE

LESSON 2

Lesson 2:
Step 1 Gaseous Carbon Ocean Water Biosphere Gaseous Carbon
To Year Atmosphere Ocean Surface Deep Ocean Soil Terrestrial Plants
2000
2050
2100

Lesson 2:
Step 2 Gaseous Carbon
To Year Net Def. Rate Fossil Fuel % Increase Atmosphere Deep Ocean
2000
2050
2100

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DATA TABLES: CARBON CYCLE

LESSON 3

Lesson 3:
Step 1 Biosphere Gaseous Carbon
To Year Net Def. Rate Soil Terrestrial Plants
2000
2060
2080
2100

Lesson 3:
Step 2 Tundra
Melt
Rate Gaseous Carbon Ocean Water Fossil Fuels Biosphere Gaseous Carbon
To Year Net Def. Rate 1
–—3 1
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