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There would be no oxygen. All 5 of my children in elementary school are learning this including the one in kindergarten!

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How would the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere change if there were no plants?

There would be significantly more CO2 in the atmosphere because plants take in CO2 during photosynthesis and fix the carbon into glucose.


How would the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere change of theres no plants?

There would be significantly more CO2 in the atmosphere because plants take in CO2 during photosynthesis and fix the carbon into glucose.


How would the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmospheres change if there were no plants?

There would be significantly more CO2 in the atmosphere because plants take in CO2 during photosynthesis and fix the carbon into glucose.


What might happen in the atmosphere if there were no more plants and trees?

We would all dye from not being able to breath.


How would changing the amount of ozone effect the biosphere?

Ozone in the lower atmosphere is harmful to plants and animals and the biosphere is where plants and animals live, so the more, the worse.


How can carbon dioxide be removed from the earths atmosphere?

More green plants!


Which produces more radioactivity in the atmosphere coal fire power plants or nuclear power plants?

Coal fired plants.


How do the lithosphere biosphere hydrosphere and atmosphere interact with one another?

the dead animals are descomposed, and the nutrients now form part of the lithosphere. The animal breathing changes the atmosphere. The animal blood or waste can change the hydrosphere A change in the biosphere, litosphere, atmosphere or hydrosphere can make another change in biosphere A change in atmosphere (more tempereture) can evaporate the water, kill the animals and plants and changes in temperature (heat and cold) can break stones (lithosphere)


What can people do to slow the buildup of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere?

Plant more Plants


How would the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere change if there were no animals?

Animals, including man, add carbon dioxide to the atmosphere by breathing it out, and by decomposing, when dead. Man also adds CO2 to the atmosphere by burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas), and by destroying forests.If there were no animals, including man, then the trees and other vegetation would grow again, with little to destroy them. Trees would absorb and store carbon, and the levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would come down again to more like what they were like before the Industrial Revolution.A:If there were no animals on earth all of the plants would die because plants need to take in carbon dioxide to live and produce oxygen for animals so all of the plants would die.


Why is the atmosphere of Venus more friendly to planets than humans?

The atmosphere of Venus could be thought of as being more friendly to plants than to humans, but such high levels of CO2 trap so much heat that the runaway greenhouse effect would burn any Earth plants to cinders in short order.


How are we changing the balance of the gases in our atmosphere today?

We are adding more and more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. This is causing global warming and climate change.

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