Journal of Marine Biology & Oceanography ISSN: 2324-8661

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Protection of Global Warming and Burn Out of Fossil Fuel by Promotion of CO2 Assimilation

Protection of Global Warming and Burn Out of Fossil Fuel by Promotion of CO2 Assimilation

Burning of fossil fuel releases CO2 and heat. Burning reaction is reverse reaction of CO2 assimilation. If we can compensate the generation of CO2 and heat of burning with the absorption of CO2 and heat by CO2 assimilation, global warming will be protected. Plankton CO2 assimilation reduced 95% CO2 in Precambrian Eon to 400ppm now in 35 billion years. It is said that 70% CO2 assimilation is carried out at sea. To promote CO2 assimilation, supply of nutrient N and P to sea is most important. NOx is produced when fossil fuel is burned. This NOx should be released without elimination procedure as it is. Large amount of N and P is contained in drainage. The drainage should be released as it is. Deep sea water contain much nutrient like N and P. Shallow sea water contain very little nutrient N and P. Agitation of deep sea water with shallow sea water increases the plankton growth. These three methods increase nutrient N and P in sea and protect global warming and protect burn out of fossil fuel reducing CO2 production and increasing wood and food productions.

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