Yes, the earth's carbon cycle, as well as the water cycle, supports the natural greenhouse effect. By moving carbon dioxide in and out of the atmosphere the carbon cycle allows greenhouse gases to capture the reflected heat of the sun. These warmed greenhouse gases keep the earth comfortable enough for life.
to create a water cycle of carbon dixide.
No, the water cycle (and the carbon cycle) support the natural greenhouse effect. This is where the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere (including water vapor) capture the sun's heat as it radiates up from the surface of the earth. The natural greenhouse effect is not causing global warming. That is being caused by the enhanced greenhouse effect.
Yes, the sun has a major effect on the water cycle. It initiates the water cycle.
Water helps carbon and other elements to complete the nutrient cycle.
sun is the start of the water cycle so it the effect of water
A water cycle, nitrogen cycle and carbon cycle are all considered biogeochemical cycles. All these cycles are needed to sustain life on Earth. The water cycle is the constant movement of water on, above and below the Earth's surface. The nitrogen cycle is the conversion of nitrogen between its different chemical forms. The carbon cycle the exchange of carbon amid Earth's various spheres and the atmosphere.
Hydrologic cycle replenishes water. Carbon cycle regulates the amount of carbon on earth's surface.
carbon cyclenitrogen cyclewater cyclecarbon, nitrogen, and water.... Carbon cycle - nitrogen cycle - hydrologic or water cycle
carbon cycle and the water cycle
The carbon cycle moves carbon mainly along the seawater and soil.
Water cycle is more common if we consider amount as a critarion .
what effect does water have in the moss lifecycle
nitrogen cycle, carbon cycle, water cycle, and sulfur cycle
It can affect the Carbon Cycle, Nitrogen Cycle and Water Cycle.
Yes it affects carbon cycle. All organic substances comprise of carbon.
i guess if there is too much water in the water cycle
they preserve oxygen
carbon cycle and a water cycle
Carbon cycle, water cycle, nitrogen cycle, oxygen cycle.
the water cycle, nitrogen cycle, and the carbon cycle.
Water vapor, as part of the water cycle, is one of the greenhouse gases in the natural greenhouse effect which keeps the earth at the right temperature for life. It has no part in the enhanced greenhouse effect, largely caused by carbon dioxide and methane, that is causing global warming.
It creates a gas chamber of selected gases in allowing the carbon cycle to continue with the carbon dioxide intake.