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Published: 13/12/2012
KS4 | Biology
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Carbon cycle questions

A series of questions that helps students explore and understand the carbon cycle. There is a jigsaw version of the carbon cycle (Carbon cycle jigsaw) to accompany the questions. 

Example questions

  • State the number of processes that remove carbon dioxide from the air.
  • Describe how a carbon atom in coal could end up in a penguin.
  • Describe how the carbon compounds in plants end up in animals such as foxes.

See other resources: Ecology – ecosystems

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Halie Mahoney
Halie Mahoney
I am using it as a refresher for my students! Thank you!
Posted on 14th October 2020
Dele A
Dele A
Used this alongside the interactive resource with one of my students that I am tutoring in GCSE Science to help review the Carbon Cycle
Posted on 26th November 2014

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