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Humans impact the nitrogen cycle by making fertilizers and burning fossil fuels, which alter the amount of fixed nitrogen our ecosystems.
Humans impact the nitrogen cycle by using fertilizer and chemical additives in the soil creating an increase in nitrogen as well as by burning fossil fuels which creates a dramatic increase in nitrogen.
eating food and by killing each other
Humans alter the nitrogen cycle in various ways. One of the common ways is the application of nitrogen fertilizers on crops.
Humans usually impact the nitrogen circle through their activities. Some of the activities include the agricultural use of nitrogen on soil so that plants can grow easily. Burning of fossil fuel and untreated sewage will however contribute Nitrogen to the cycle.
3 ways humans affect the nitrigen cycle is digging for construstion, burning fossil fuels, and useingfertilizers
Nitrogen help humans in diffrent ways
Nitrogen-fixing bacteria help cycle nitrogen through the ecosystems in a variety of ways. With plants, the nitrogen-fixing bacteria help ensure that nitrogen is cycled back into the soil.
Reduce the amount of electricity we use at home.Reduce the amount of oil we use in transport and driving.
in the nitrogen cycle there is heat that gets produced right in the centre of it. this causes to produce bacteria. bacteria helps in lots of ways. Bacteria are able to break the triple bond of atmospheric nitrogen and convert it into usable form which then can enter the nitrogen cycle.
Three ways humans impact the environment are through water pollution, agriculture and coal mining. Pollution emissions is the main source of impacts on the environment by humans.
the impact of the savanna is when humans leave waste and this would effect the savanna in many ways.
The earths materials move around in cycles. For example, the rock cycle, the water cycle, the carbon cycle, the nitrogen cycle, and so on.
Humans affect the biosphere in numerous ways. One of the most common ways in which humans impact the biosphere is by their extraction of natural resources. Growth and expansion is another way in which humans affect the biosphere.
Amino acids, proteins and DNA.
The ways in which the water cycle involves humans includes water pollution and causing damage to forests by cutting down trees. Humans are also responsible for using large amounts of water.
Plants get it from bacteria which live associated with their roots who take atmospheric nitrogen and fixate it (nitrogen cycle). Animals can only get it by ingesting organic compounds which contain nitrogen, such as plants and other animals which have eaten plants.
It affects the carbon water and animal cycle
I know one way is pollution im still trying to figure out another 3 ways
Humans impact the tundra in negative ways. They drill for oil, clear out land, and lay pipelines and each of these things destroys habitats, making many species of animals homeless.
There are a great many ways in which a plant can get nitrogen. A plant can absorb nitrogen from the air.
Humans interact with the environment by harvesting crops, building infrastructure and breathing. The environment interacts with humans through erosion, the water cycle and weather patterns.
Two ways are nitrogen fixed by lightning and nitrogen fixed by bacteria.
Carbon Cycle:CO2 in the air get taken in by plants through photosynthesis. Carbon is in plant. Animals eat the plant. Carbon is in animal. Animal droppings contain carbon. Decomposersbreak down droppings into CO2. CO2 returns to air.OrPlants and animals die. Decomposers break down remains into CO2.Alternative ways for carbon to enter the cycle include combustion and respiration of animals and plants.Nitrogen Cycle:Nitrogen in air gets combined with oxygen with lightning. Nitrates are in soil. Plants take Nitrogen as Protein. Nitrogen in plant as Protein. Animals eat plant. Proteins in Animal. Plants and Animals die. Decomposers break down Proteins and Nitrogen gets released into the air again.