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a biogeochemical cycle that cycles material by weathering, erosion, tectonic activity, and the food chain
Phosphorus is a biogeochemical cycle that cycles material by weathering, erosion, tectonic activity, and the food chain.
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Phosphorus is a biogeochemical cycle that cycles material by weathering, erosion, tectonic activity, and the food chain.
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The hydrologic, rock, and tectonic cycles are all interconnected. In the rock cycle, water moves regolith during EROSION, and the tectonic cycle resurfaces rock through UPLIFTING.

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