Sustainability and quality of life

Yearly biosphere cycle

Animation showing the 12-month cycle of all plant life on Earth – whether on land or in the ocean. Rather than showing a specific year, the animation shows an average yearly cycle by combining data from many satellite instruments and averaging them over multiple years.

Similar posts
  • Charge your Phone with th... The Bioo Team presents Bioo Lite, the plant pot that charges your phone with electricity from plants’ photosynthesis. The system inludes a chemical and biological hybrid cell in order to reduce the scale of a normal one square meter Bioo-Panel for a home [...]
  • KYKLOS [a short film abou... “KYKLOS” is a short film promoting the unique natural wealth of north-eastern Greece; a twelve-minute trip through the four seasons of the year in Eastern Macedonia and Thrace. Virgin forests, wetlands full of life, beaches isolated from any sign of civilization, rivers with impressive waterfalls, mesmerizing mountains…a real paradise for nature lovers. The ultimate purpose [...]
  • Rooted (video) Two trees fall in love but unfortunately they can’t hold each other. Rooted from Rooted on [...]
  • See This Woman’s Incredib... See all the details about this incredible tiny house and how Vina Lustado lives off the grid on [...]
  • Seeds of Freedom (Documen... The story of seed has become one of loss, control, dependence and debt. It’s been written by those who want to make vast profit from our food system, no matter what the true cost. It’s time to change the story. Produced by The Gaia Foundation and the African Biodiversity Network, in collaboration with MELCA Ethiopia, [...]

1 Comment

  1. March 6, 2017    

    Oxygen is also cycled between the biosphere and lithosphere. Phosphorus normally occurs in nature as part of a phosphate ion, consisting of a phosphorus atom and some number of oxygen atoms, the most Runoff may carry them back to the ocean, or they may be reincorporated into rock.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *