Fossil Fuels – . a natural fuel such as coal or gas, formed in the geological past from the remains of living organisms.
Bio Mass- the total mass of organisms in a given area or volume.
Succession primary- gradual growth of an ecosystem over a longer period.
Convection- the vertical movement of heat or liquid within the atmosphere or pot
Conduction is like a “relay” of thermal energy, occurring when neighboring molecules elastically collide with each other.
Radiation- the transfer of heat in the form of wave energy outwards
Nitrogen cycle- A series of events that happen in our environment that allow us to use Nitrogen.
Organic- Any living matter
Ammonia- A colorless, pungent gas, NH3, extensively used to manufacture fertilizers
Nitrification- the chemical process in which nitrogen is added to something organic.
Nitrate- a chemical compound that contains oxygen and nitrogen
Nitrogen for Humans
1.) Lightning and bacteria can fix the nitrogen for us to use
2.) The bacteria from plants change the nitrogen into ammonia and nitrates through photosynthesis
3.) Humans get the nitrogen from plants and animals we eat