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Atmosphere

Atmosphere

The atmosphere is a term used to describe the mixture of different gasses that surrounds Earth. These gases consist predominantly of nitrogen, oxygen, argon, carbon dioxide, and water vapour. Read more..

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Better Work Program

Better Work Program

This program, a partnership between the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), is designed to improve labour standards and competitive All parts (reservoirs) and fluxes of carbon dioxide. Read more..

Biosphere

Biosphere

The biosphere is the term used to describe all of Earth’s living organism, and organic matter not yet decomposed. Earth is the only planet, we know that have an existence of biosphere, we have yet to find other planet’s that host life. Read more..

Carbon cycle

Carbon cycle

Carbon cycle is all parts (reservoirs) and fluxes of carbon. The cycle is usually thought of as four main reservoirs of carbon interconnected by pathways of exchange. The reservoirs are the atmosphere, terrestrial biosphere (usually includes freshwater systems), oceans, and sediments (includes fossil fuels). Read more

Geosphere

Geosphere

The geosphere is a term used to describe Earth’s solid matter, mostly composed of rock and secondly regolith ( particles that cover solid Earth) the Surface of Geosphere is where the energy that comes from outside meets energy from the Earth system. Read more..

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