Where did all the carbon go?
Carbon Cycle Quiz
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Drag and drop to match the source with the correct fuel
- Nuclear fission
- Oil and gas
- Dead and buried plant material from millions of years ago
- Nuclear decay of radioactive isotopes
- Dead plankton from millions of years ago
Which of the following is the correct word equation for aerobic respiration?CorrectIncorrect
Fill in the blanks with one of the following words to match the factor with its effect on the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere:
Carbon dioxide dissolving into the oceans = the amount of carbon dioxide
Volcanism = the amount of carbon dioxide
Photosynthesis = the amount of carbon dioxide
When fossil fuels are burned they release carbon into the atmosphere – which of the following are fossil fuels?CorrectIncorrect
Decomposers break down dead animal and plant material – what happens to the carbon inside the dead organisms?CorrectIncorrect
Respiration from animals is a source of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere – do plants also use respiration?CorrectIncorrect