Equilibrium is necessary in the various biogeochemical cycles because there are various biogeochemical cycles which include the carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, oxygen cycle, phosphorus cycle, and the water cycle. The recycling of these biogeochemical depends upon the level of energy transfer in the ecosystem. Any type of disturbance at any level of these cycles affects the ecosystems and nature’s balance.
A continuous transfer of nutrients that are necessary for the growth of organisms occurs from abiotic to biotic factors and biotic to abiotic factors in an ecosystem. This nutrient cycle operates continuously through the biosphere formed by the lithosphere, atmosphere, and hydrosphere.
To maintain the ecosystem and the cycles equilibrium becomes very essential.