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Match each process to where it occurs in the carbon cycle
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Combustion, ingestion, decomposition, fossil.
Carbon enters the atmosphere as carbon dioxide from respiration (breathing) and combustion (combustion). Then animals feed on the plants. So going beyond the carbon compounds along the food chain. Most of the carbon consumed by these animals is exhaled as carbon dioxide. This is done through the respiratory process. The animals and plants then eventually die. Next, decomposers of the earth eat the dead organisms (dead animals and plants). The carbon in their body is then returned to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide. Finally, in some circumstances the decomposition process is inhibited. The decomposed plants and animals may then become available as future fossil fuels for combustion.
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