Case studies

You may have wondered why I did not include some current examples in the nitrogen cycle lesson. And if you did not wonder it then, you may have wondered why I left dead zones, acid rain, air pollution and climate change out when I discussed human interference in my previous post. Let me tackle both.

Human interference in the nitrogen cycle

If you follow our posts, you are aware that the last post was about the nitrogen cycle. More specifically: what  should a lesson on the nitrogen cycle look like? The question before that was if the biogeochemical cycles should be part of a 21st century economics education. I gave some reasons why I believe…