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Eco Evo Exam 4(c.21)

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TermDefinition
Hydrologic cycle The movement of water through ecosystems and atmosphere.
Nitrogen fixation The process of converting atmospheric nitrogen into forms producers can use.
Nitrification The final process in the nitrogen cycle, which converts ammonioum to nitrite (NO2) and then from nitrite to nitrate (NO3-)
Mineralization The process of breaking down organic compounds into inorganic compounds.
Denitrification The process of converting nitrates into nitrogen gas.
Eutrophication An increase in the productivity of aquatic ecosytstems.
Cultural eutrophication An increase in the productivity of aquatic ecosystems cause by human activities.
Watershed An area of land that drains into a single stream of river.
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