How would the atmosphere change if there were no more plants?
There would be no oxygen. All 5 of my children in elementary school are learning this including the one in kindergarten!
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…
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)
Not exactly but food, like any gas, liquid or solid, is made up of one or more chemicals. Plants growing is 'chemical change'. Food rotting is 'chemical change' Cooking food is 'chemical change'. Without 'chemical change' or chemical reactions, plants would not exist. Human beings would not exist. Anything we eat would not exist. Planet Earth would not exist!
well as it is we produce massive amounts of pollution. about 60% of it is cleared by trees and plants however as more pollution is produced in larger amounts it begins to overwhelm the plats even more. and as cites expand there are killing more trees and parks, so that pollution is grabbing a hold over our planet at a faster rate. hope this helps
The atmosphere is one of the most important spheres. If there was no atmosphere there would be no biosphere. If there was no biosphere there would only be the geosphere. Also, without no atmosphere there would be no more hydrosphere because of space radiation. So without the atmosphere there would only be the geosphere.
What would happen if more of the sun's heat became trapped in earth's atmosphere and less heat into space?
Which of the following describes a possible effect that an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would have on an ecosystem?
The full question is: Which of the following describes a possible effect that an increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere would have on an ecosystem? A. Animal productivity would increase because more carbon dioxide would be available for cellular respiration. B. Plant productivity would increase because more carbon dioxide would be available for photosynthesis. C. All of the organisms would immediately die because carbon dioxide is poisonous to both plants and animals. D. Plant…
How would the temperature on earth change if more carbon dioxide was released from burning fossil fuels?
During spring and summer more plants photosynthesize, removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. In fall and winter fewer plants are active, and some even die and decay, which releases carbon dioxide. This is more pronounced in the northern hemisphere which contains the most land mass and therefore the most plant life.
Since Oxygen is a product of Photosynthesis which is what plants do as they take in and use up Carbon di Oxide (CO2) in order to grow. As vegetation was removed there would obviously be a decrease in the amount of Oxygen and an increase of CO2 available in the atmosphere. Therefore we would not be able to breathe. We would be able to breathe but because of the lack of Oxygen we would breathe…