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  • The term "Biosphere" was coined by Russian scientist Vladimir Vernadsky in the 1929. The biosphere is the life zone of the Earth and includes all living organisms, including man, and all organic matter that has not yet decomposed. ... the biosphere readily distinguishes our planet from all others in the solar system. [1]

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