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Noun Concept
Categories: Geochemistry, Ecological economics, Systems ecology, Articles with permanently dead external links, Biogeochemical cycle
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biogeochemical cycle  substance turnover  cycling of substances  nutrient cycle  biochemical cycle
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A biogeochemical cycle is the pathway by which a chemical substance cycles the biotic and the abiotic compartments of Earth. Wikipedia
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A biogeochemical cycle is the pathway by which a chemical substance cycles the biotic and the abiotic compartments of Earth. Wikipedia
Pathway by which a chemical element or molecule moves through both biotic and abiotic compartments of Earth Wikidata
A biogeochemical cycle, in which inorganic nutrients move through the soil, living organisms, air and water or through some of these. OmegaWiki
Movement of chemical elements in a circular pathway, from organisms to physical environment, back to organisms. OmegaWiki