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What would be the impact on the nitrogen cycle if there were a decease in decomposition in a given ecosystem?
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What would be the impact be on the nitrogen cycle if there were a decrease in decomposition in a given ecosystem?
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What would be the impact on the nitrogen cycle if there were a decrease in decomposition in a given ecosystem?
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What would be the impact on the nitrogen cycle if there were a decrease in decomposition in ecosystem?
The nitrogen cycle is of particular interest to ecologists because nitrogen availability can affect the rate of key ecosystem processes, including primary production and decomposition. Organic nitrogen may be in the form of a living organism, humus or in the intermediate products of organic matter decomposition.
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What would be the impact on the nitrogen cycle if there were a decrease in decomposition?
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All of the animals impact the earth. They are all part of the ecosystem and various food chains all of which use and replenish the earth for its resources. They use it, as we do, for food, drink, places to raise young, shelter, etc. They then replenish it after they die, by way of decomposition, the nitrogen cycles, and also by going to the bathroom. However, the human, or homo sapiens sapiens impacts the earth the most due to the pollution, and total stripping of resources.