Select from the frequently asked questions below
- The biosphere is the part of Earth, including the air, land, surface rocks, and water, where life is found.
- Parts of the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere make up the biosphere.
- The Gaia hypothesis states that theBiosphere is its own living organism.
- The hypothesis suggests that the Earth is self-regulating and tends to achieve a stable state, known as homeostasis.
- When carbon dioxide levels increase in the atmosphere, plants grow more quickly.
- As their growth continues, they remove more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.