CARBON CYCLE PROCESS OVERVIEW
Soil Carbon is a significant component of the terrestrial biosphere pool in the carbon cycle. The amount of carbon in the soil is a function of the historical vegetative cover and productivity, which in turn is dependent in part upon climatic variables.
Gaia hypothesis. At the beginning of the 1960s, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) asked the scientist James Lovelock to participate in a scientific research project aimed at trying to find evidence of life on Mars.
Fossil Fuels are finite sources of carbon-based energy (mostly oil, gas and coal) which burnt to produce heat and other sources of power.
The carbon cycle is all parts (reservoirs) and fluxes of carbon. The period usually thought of as four main reservoirs of carbon interconnected by pathways of exchange.