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Present situation of technical development to cope with CO sub 2 exhaust. CO sub 2 taisaku gijutsu kaihatsu no genjo

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Abstract

A quantitative evaluation was made on techniques of CO{sub 2} immobilization utilizing organisms by referring to literatures. The techniques used for the evaluation were the following six ones: The first one is to plant trees on wastelands located in the tropics and the subtropics and CO{sub 2} is immobilized by grown trees. The second one is to compulsorily blow CO{sub 2} into water to immobilize CO{sub 2} by multiplicated microorganisms such as green algae. The third one is to multipulicate phytoplanktons by spraying deficient trace elements on oceans where trace elements such as Fe are deficient in spite of rich nutritive salts to absorb and immobilize CO{sub 2}in seawater. The fourth one is to multipulicate shellfishes in coastal regions to immobilize CO{sub 2} in seawater as their shells. The fifth one is to multipulicate many coral reefs in tropic or subtropic coastal regions to immobilize CO{sub 2} as calcium carbonate. The sixth one is to multipulicate large size seaseeds such as giant kelps in shallow seawaters to immobilize CO{sub 2} in seawater. The width of each applicabe area, immibilizingcapability of CO{sub 2} and the executing cost were considered to evaluate respective methods. As a result, the multipulication of marine planktons  More>>
Authors:
Sema, T [1] 
  1. Central Research Inst. of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo (Japan)
Publication Date:
Apr 01, 1991
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
NEDO-91-950391; EDB-91-118797
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Energy (Tokyo); (Japan); Journal Volume: 24:4
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; 58 GEOSCIENCES; ECOSYSTEMS; CARBON DIOXIDE FIXATION; PLANKTON; ALGAE; CLAMS; CORALS; DEFORESTATION; FORESTS; LAMINARIA; MICROORGANISMS; MITIGATION; TROPICAL REGIONS; ANIMALS; AQUATIC ORGANISMS; CHROMOPHYCOTA; CNIDARIA; COELENTERATA; INVERTEBRATES; MOLLUSCS; PLANTS; SEAWEEDS; 540120* - Environment, Atmospheric- Chemicals Monitoring & Transport- (1990-); 580000 - Geosciences
OSTI ID:
5400298
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: ENERD
Submitting Site:
NEDO
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Pages: 53-57
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Sema, T. Present situation of technical development to cope with CO sub 2 exhaust. CO sub 2 taisaku gijutsu kaihatsu no genjo. Japan: N. p., 1991. Web.
Sema, T. Present situation of technical development to cope with CO sub 2 exhaust. CO sub 2 taisaku gijutsu kaihatsu no genjo. Japan.
Sema, T. 1991. "Present situation of technical development to cope with CO sub 2 exhaust. CO sub 2 taisaku gijutsu kaihatsu no genjo." Japan.
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title = {Present situation of technical development to cope with CO sub 2 exhaust. CO sub 2 taisaku gijutsu kaihatsu no genjo}
author = {Sema, T}
abstractNote = {A quantitative evaluation was made on techniques of CO{sub 2} immobilization utilizing organisms by referring to literatures. The techniques used for the evaluation were the following six ones: The first one is to plant trees on wastelands located in the tropics and the subtropics and CO{sub 2} is immobilized by grown trees. The second one is to compulsorily blow CO{sub 2} into water to immobilize CO{sub 2} by multiplicated microorganisms such as green algae. The third one is to multipulicate phytoplanktons by spraying deficient trace elements on oceans where trace elements such as Fe are deficient in spite of rich nutritive salts to absorb and immobilize CO{sub 2}in seawater. The fourth one is to multipulicate shellfishes in coastal regions to immobilize CO{sub 2} in seawater as their shells. The fifth one is to multipulicate many coral reefs in tropic or subtropic coastal regions to immobilize CO{sub 2} as calcium carbonate. The sixth one is to multipulicate large size seaseeds such as giant kelps in shallow seawaters to immobilize CO{sub 2} in seawater. The width of each applicabe area, immibilizingcapability of CO{sub 2} and the executing cost were considered to evaluate respective methods. As a result, the multipulication of marine planktons were thought most promising. 1 fig., 4 tabs.}
journal = {Energy (Tokyo); (Japan)}
volume = {24:4}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1991}
month = {Apr}
}