Which of these statements best describes the st. lawrence seaway? the st. lawrence seaway connects the st. lawrence river with the arctic ocean. the st. lawrence seaway provides an important trading route between the u. s. and mexico. the st. lawrence seaway provides an important trading route for the u. s, but has little value for canada. the st. lawrence seaway connects the great lakes, the st. lawrence river, and the atlantic ocean.
Saint Lawrence Seaway is a canal, canal and lock system that allows ships from the Atlantic Ocean to access the Great Lakes to the western parts of Lake Superior. The sea path is named after the St. Lawrence River, which originates from Lake Ontario and drains into the Atlantic Ocean. It stretches from Montreal to Quebec and Lake Erie, including the Welland Canal. We can say that St. Lawrence Seaway is important for Canadian and US trade. In addition, the St. Lawrence Seaway connects the Great Lakes, the St. Lawrence River and the Atlantic Ocean.
step 1: nitrogen fixation- conversion of atmospheric no₂ into forms useful to plants by lightning, bacteria, and cyanobacteria.
step 2: nitrification-process of converting ammonia to nitrite or nitrate.
step 3: assimilation-plant roots absorb new form of nitrogen.
step 4: ammonification-conversion of organic nitrogen to ammonia by bacteria involved in decomposition.
step 5: denitrification-bacteria turns the decomposed matter back into n₂o, which is released into atmosphere; repeat cycle.