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CLIMATE
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ENVIRONMENT
3.
SOIL
4.
BIOSPHERE
5.
GEOLOGY
6.
EARTH
7.
RADIATION
8.
TEMPERATURE
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GLOBALWARMING
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VOLCANOES
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TECTONICS
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COMBUSTION
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ENERGY
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CARBONDIOXIDE
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FLUCTUATION
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METHANE
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FUELS
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OZONE
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POLLUTION
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EROSION
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ATMOSPHERE
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RESOURCES
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NATURAL
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SURFACE
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ABSORB
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FOSSIL
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HABITATS
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EXTINCTION
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EARTHQUAKE
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TREND
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STABILITY