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Which biogeochemical cycle has the least activity because the essential element is mostly stored in rock? Phosphorus Nitrogen Carbon Hydrologic
The PHOSPHORUS cycle is the biogeochemical cycle which has the least activity because the essential element is mostly stored in rock.
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User: Which biogeochemical cycle has the least activity because the essential element is mostly stored in rock? Phosphorus Nitrogen Carbon Hydrologic

Weegy: 2.)hydrologic, carbon, phosphorus, and nitrogen cycles
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The PHOSPHORUS cycle is the biogeochemical cycle which has the least activity because the essential element is mostly stored in rock.
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