Microbial Biogeochemistry

A biogeochemical cycle or substance turnover is a pathway by that a chemical substance moves through both the biotic (biosphere) and abiotic (lithosphere, atmosphere, and hydrosphere) components of Earth. A cycle is a series of transmuting which comes back to the commencement point and which can be reiterated. The term "biogeochemical" tells us about the biological, geological and chemical factors. The circulation of chemical nutrients like carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium, and dihydrogen monoxide etc. through the biological and physical world are kenned as "biogeochemical cycles".

  • Maintenance of biological equilibrium
  • Microorganisms role in life on Earth
  • Influence of microbes on greenhouse gases and climate change
  • Symbiotic exchange of carbon & nitrogen compounds
  • Microbial lineages
  • Limits of microbial life in ecosystems
  • Extreme climatic effects on biogeochemical cycles
  • Models of biogeochemical cycles
  • Camouflaged beast
  • Carbon cycle
  • Nitrogen cycle network
  • Metal cycling
  • Oxygen cycle
  • Phosphorus cycle
  • Sulfur cycle
  • Rock cycle
  • Acid Rains and coastal dead zones
  • Secondary forests
  • Water cycle
  • Mangroves role in carbon cycle
  • Carbon reservoirs
  • Carbon fibre composites recycling
  • Environmental chemistry
  • Aquatic Ecosystems

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