First-time posters
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Posts tagged with #first-time-poster are the very first post by someone on PublicLab.org -- please help to welcome newcomers find their way around the community and the website! You can also [subscribe to get email alerts](/subscribe/tag/first-time-poster) when first-timers post. Follow first-time-poster ## If you’re a first-time poster We’re happy to welcome you here! 🎉 Below you’ll find some general information about posting on PublicLab.org for the first time. Create your first post ### Moderation The first time you post a research note, it will be held for moderation by a community moderators group. This helps to enable a safe and welcoming community for everyone. Check out the links here for more details about this process and moderation. [nodes:grid:first-contribution] ### More on contributing to the community **Have you made your first post? Hooray!** Visit the [contribute wiki page](https://publiclab.org/contribute) to learn about what you can do next with Public Lab. **Not quite ready to post just yet? That’s totally okay!** There are many other ways to get started with Public Lab. The [wiki page on contributing](https://publiclab.org/contribute) has more information on that, too. **If you know you want to ask a question or share and seek information on an environmental issue**, you can start right away with the links below: + [Post a question](https://publiclab.org/questions/new?tags=question:general) that other community members can respond to; + [Post an issue brief](https://publiclab.org/wiki/issue-brief) with basic information about an environmental concern you have, enabling other people to comment and share knowledge. ...


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Akasha "Fixation-- a process that makes nitrogen gas convert into a more usable form. Assimilation-the absorption and digestion of food or nutrients by the..." | Read more » 4 months ago
vanezzahodges "Nitrogen Cycle FADAND: Fixation Converting gaseous nitrogen into usable forms. Assimilation Plants absorbing nitrogen through their roots. Decomp..." | Read more » 4 months ago
syniis_nicholas "FADAND: Fixation- Converting nitrogen gas into a more usable form occurs through a process called fixation. Assimilation- Plants take up nitrogen a..." | Read more » 4 months ago
FORSCHOOL "Fixation is the conversion of nitrogen gas into a more usable form. Assimilation happens when plants take up nitrogen and absorb organic matter via..." | Read more » 4 months ago
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vanezzahodges "Phosphorus is biogeochemical cycle a pathway by which a chemical substance moves through biotic and abiotic compartments of earth. It is an importa..." | Read more » 4 months ago
syniis_nicholas "The largest concentration of nitrogen is likely to be found in soil. Animals need nitrogen to survive. The transfer of chemical substance through ..." | Read more » 4 months ago
Akasha "Nitrogen makes up 78% of our atmosphere. Symbiosis-interaction between two different organisms living in close physical association, typically to t..." | Read more » 4 months ago
ParkerByrd "Nitrite is absorbed into red blood cells and combines with hemoglobin (oxygen-carrying molecule) to form methemoglobin. Methemoglobin cannot transp..." | Read more » 4 months ago
kkeonne " Nitrogen is a nonmetallic element belonging to Periodic Table Group 15. It is a colorless, flavorless, and odorless gas that makes up the majorit..." | Read more » 4 months ago
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SemajW "Plants get most of their nitrogen from the soil or water in which they live. Animals get the nitrogen they need by eating plants. Nitrogen enters s..." | Read more » 4 months ago
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aleyda "Nitrogen is the natural element that's essential for reproduction and growth of biotic things . It is a core component of amino acids which are a b..." | Read more » 4 months ago
FORSCHOOL "The nitrogen cycle refers to the movement of nitrogen within and between the atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere and geosphere. The nitrogen cycle m..." | Read more » 4 months ago
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