12. According to the table above, what accounted for the highest water use in the U.S. in 1995?
13. What percentage of the total amount of water use results from electricity production and homes and business combined?
14. Where are nitrogen-fixing bacteria found?
15. Describe two ways that carbon is released into the atmosphere.
16. How are organisms near hydrothermal vents deep in the ocean able to survive?
17. Use a diagram to represent the transfer of energy among these organisms: a weasel, a rabbit, grasses, and a coyote.
Record your answers on a sheet of paper.
18. Explain how a decrease in the amount of sunlight would affect producers that use photosynthesis, and producers that use chemosynthesis.
19. Describe how wind and wind currents are produced.
20. Use the water cycle to explain why beads of water form on the outside of a glass of iced water on a hot day.
21. Draw a flowchart that shows how soy beans, deer, and nitrogen-fixing bacteria help cycle nitrogen from the atmosphere, to the soil, to living organisms, and back to the atmosphere.
Use the diagram below to answer questions 22 and 23.
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