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Carbon Cycle Visualizations

Complied by Laurie Cantwell, Montana State University/SERC
Animations, images, graphs and photos that can be used to describe how carbon cycles through the biosphere and lithosphere.

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SeaWiFS: NASA Carbon Cycle Initiative (more info) Visualizations related to the NASA's SeaWiFS three year data recording the pulse of the planet. Graphs, animations and visualizations help to show Carbon build up in the air.

CMDL: Carbon Cycle Greenhouse Gases (more info) An interactive atmospheric data visualization tool which enables users to view data, obtain details about sampling locations, manipulate and compare data sets and create custom graphs.

The Carbon Cycle: What goes around comes around. (more info) Part of the Visionlearning module. Visualizations include illustrations, graphical representations and chemical equations describing the Carbon Cycle.

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