Question:

Does matter moves through an ecosystem in biogeochemical cycles?

Answer:

Matter moves through an ecosystem in biogeochemical cycles. Unlike energy, which is continuously lost from the ecosystem, nutrients are cycled through the ecosystem, oscillating between the biotic and abiotic components in what are called biogeochemical cycles.

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Systems ecology Biogeochemical cycle Biotic component Ecosystem ecology Nutrient cycle Biology Ecology Science Geochemistry Biogeography Ecosystem Biogeochemistry Environment energy
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