Trees are part of the biosphere. They need water to survive. They take in water from the soil through their roots and release water vapor in

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Trees are part of the biosphere. They need water to survive. They take in water from the soil through their roots and release water vapor into the air from their leaves. Explain how this shows an interaction of all four of Earth’s spheres. Is science

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Neala 2 weeks 2021-07-21T22:43:58+00:00 1 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-07-21T22:45:30+00:00

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    Explanation:

    The hydrosphere represents the total amount of water on earth. Soil water is part of the hydrosphere.

    The lithosphere represents the varieties of rocks present on the planet, including their weathered part which is the soil.

    The atmosphere represents the different gas layers surrounding the earth.

    The biosphere represents the portion of the earth that supports life.

    When soil water moves into the tree through the roots of the tree, the hydrosphere, the lithosphere and the biosphere are interacting all together. When the some of the water taken in is released to the atmosphere as vapor through evapotranspiration, it represents an interaction with the atmosphere.

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