Carbon is the basic building block of life, and these unique atoms are found everywhere on Earth. Carbon makes up Earth's plants and animals, and is also stored in the ocean, the atmosphere. Water starts in when it rains (hydrosphere). Then, the water is consumed by animals (biosphere). Next, the animals die and mix in with the sediment (litosphere). Finally, the water travels to volcanos then magma is released back into the atmosphere.
This rap does a good job explaining the layers of the atmosphere. The Troposphere is where all living organisms are found. Stratosphere is where the ozone is and that helps keep us alive by not allowing the sun's rays from killing us. Mesosphere is where meteoriods burn up. Thermosphere is the hottest layer. Finally the Exosphere is the farthest layer and is also where satolites are located
Every single layer of the Earth's atmosphere plays a crucial role in supporting life on the planet. The
The hydrolic cycle is the movement of water between the layers of the atmosphere.
The water should not have been sent through the new pipe with a leaky one so close. If the area of Flint had orthophosphate scientists believe that could have prevented so many illnesses.
The Flint Michigan water crisis was something terrible that happened to the water in Flint. It allowed lead and other harmful chemicals to get into the water supply. This started when the Genesee County had a new pipeline take the water but the pipe was still under construction which allowed lead to get in the water. In order to reduce the water fund shortfall, the city announced that a new pipeline would be built to deliver water from Lake Huron to Flint. In 2014, while it was under construction, the city turned to the Flint River as a water source. Soon after the switch, residents said the water started to look, smell and taste funny.