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Carbon in the Earth's atmosphere exists in two main forms: carbon dioxide and methane. Both of these gases absorb and retain heat in the atmosphere and are partially responsible for the greenhouse effect.[4] Methane produces a larger greenhouse effect per volume as compared to carbon dioxide, but it exists in much lower concentrations and is more short-lived than carbon dioxide, making carbon dioxide the more important greenhouse gas of the two.[8]

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Carbon cycle - Wikipedia
des. It remains unclear if carbon absorption will continue at this rate.[7] Epiphytes on electric wires. This kind of plant takes both CO 2 and water from the atmosphere for living and growing. <span>Carbon in the Earth's atmosphere exists in two main forms: carbon dioxide and methane. Both of these gases absorb and retain heat in the atmosphere and are partially responsible for the greenhouse effect.[4] Methane produces a larger greenhouse effect per volume as compared to carbon dioxide, but it exists in much lower concentrations and is more short-lived than carbon dioxide, making carbon dioxide the more important greenhouse gas of the two.[8] Carbon dioxide is removed from the atmosphere primarily through photosynthesis and enters the terrestrial and oceanic biospheres. Carbon dioxide also dissolves directly from the atmosph




The terrestrial biosphere includes the organic carbon in all land-living organisms, both alive and dead, as well as carbon stored in soils. About 500 gigatons of carbon are stored above ground in plants and other living organisms,[5] while soil holds approximately 1,500 gigatons of carbon

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Carbon cycle - Wikipedia
illion years into the future.[12][full citation needed] Terrestrial biosphere[edit] Main article: Terrestrial biological carbon cycle A portable soil respiration system measuring soil CO 2 flux <span>The terrestrial biosphere includes the organic carbon in all land-living organisms, both alive and dead, as well as carbon stored in soils. About 500 gigatons of carbon are stored above ground in plants and other living organisms,[5] while soil holds approximately 1,500 gigatons of carbon.[13] Most carbon in the terrestrial biosphere is organic carbon,[14] while about a third of soil carbon is stored in inorganic forms, such as calcium carbonate.[15] Organic carbon is a




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Atmospheric carbon dioxide ( CO
2 ) concentrations from 1958 to 2019

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Keeling Curve - Wikipedia
ia Keeling Curve From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Keeling curve) Jump to navigation Jump to search "Keeling" redirects here. For other uses, see Keeling (disambiguation). <span>Atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO 2) concentrations from 1958 to 2019 The Keeling Curve is a graph of the accumulation of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere based on continuous measurements taken at the Mauna Loa Observatory on the island of Hawaii