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The following are biogeochemical cycles, important for recycling and balancing Earth's materials that are essential to life. hydrologic, rock, and tectonic cycles hydrologic, carbon, phosphorus, and
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User: The following are biogeochemical cycles, important for recycling and balancing Earth's materials that are essential to life. hydrologic, rock, and tectonic cycles hydrologic, carbon, phosphorus, and nitrogen cycles rock, phosphorus, carbon, and nitrogen cycles tectonic, hydrologic, and carbon cycles





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User: The following are biogeochemical cycles, important for recycling and balancing Earth's materials that are essential to life. hydrologic, rock, and tectonic cycles hydrologic, carbon, phosphorus, and nitrogen cycles rock, phosphorus, carbon, and nitrogen cycles tectonic, hydrologic, and carbon cycles

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