Talk:Nitrogen cycle

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 Definition A complex process in which the element nitrogen moves into the air, back down into the soil, is changed chemically by various processes, and returns to the atmosphere once again. This cycle is necessary for life on earth. [d] [e]

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Start Nitrogen cycle as stub. Anthony.Sebastian 04:33, 21 February 2010 (UTC)

Suggestions for revamping can be found in a sandbox here: User talk:Thomas Wright Sulcer/sandbox2. Feel free to edit it there (there's no talk page behind it). Again, I'm not a scientist so CZers more knowledgeable I'll defer to them. I struggled to get a good diagram and tried to draw my own, but I'm not happy about how it looks. I'd love to have a better "paint" program for Ubuntu Linux but the only one that's easy is gpaint that I can find; does anybody know a better one which isn't too hard to learn? There are lots of redlinks but writing articles or lemmas on the redlinks will help this article IMHO.--Thomas Wright Sulcer 02:17, 27 March 2010 (UTC)
It's getting better. Good improvements. And so that's how to do the subscripts and superscripts. I'll try to remember that one. Cool.--Thomas Wright Sulcer 22:19, 31 March 2010 (UTC)
Good work, Thomas, developing this article. Anthony.Sebastian 16:57, 19 April 2010 (UTC)
Thanks and good work too, Anthony and everybody else who worked on this!!!--Thomas Wright Sulcer 17:47, 19 April 2010 (UTC)