Changing the pendulum design after the first trial was an example of _____________ to solve the problem presented by the teacher. A) designing the model B) evaluating the model C) identifying the problem D) doing research on the problem
evaluating the desing
I believe is c for me is what makes more sense
When a river makes an "S" shape, cutting through the land, the process is known as
i think its abrasion
Carbon dioxide diffuses into the ocean carbon cycle via the air-sea surface exchange. Molecules of CO2 enter the ocean by diffusing into the surface waters and dissolving. The amount of CO2 that diffuses and dissolves in the surface water depends on several variables. Scientists have noted that sea more CO2 diffuses and dissolves in colder sea surface water and less CO2 diffuses and dissolves in warmer water. Let's assume the predictions of scientists predicting a warming climate are true. Can you predict the outcome if average ocean temperatures increase as well? Include the effects on appropriate components of the biosphere as well as the hydrosphere.
Warmer oceans would mean less dissolved CO2 as well as other gases such as oxygen in the global ocean. Lower CO2 would result in a decrease in photosynthesis of autotrophs living in the oceans.
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Which process occurs when bacteria converts nitrogen gas to a usable form?decomposition condensation fixation transpiration
A biological process which occurs when bacteria converts nitrogen gas (N₂) into a usable form for living organism is called: C. fixation.
What is fixation?
Fixation can be defined as a biological process which occurs when nitrogen gas (N₂) is converted by the bacteria found within the soil, into a usable form for living organism.
This ultimately implies that, a bacteria provide the essential nutrients for living organism such as green plants by converting nitrogen gas (N₂) into a usable form.