Volume 9 Number 4 (Apr. 2018)
IJESD 2018 Vol.9(4): 106-109 ISSN: 2010-0264
doi: 10.18178/ijesd.2018.9.4.1082

Discovery of Reduction in Photosynthesis Correlation to Carbon Dioxide Increase

Dave White CH E
Abstract—Since 1950 the Amazon Rain-forest has been deforested. An average of 12 million hectare per year. This deforestation causes a minimum of 30% of the biomass to be burned. The burning of the biomass is adding billion of tons of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. The carbon dioxide has overwhelmed the rain-forest and caused massive decay. The rain-forest has now become and oxygen sink and carbon dioxide producer. To solve these issues the deforestation and burning needs to stop. Then after 10 years the burning can continue 10% a year for 10 years. This will heal the amazon and bring down atmospheric carbon dioxide. After a few years the global carbon dioxide will start to decrease. After 10 years the rain-forest will be healed. However minus 860 million hectares. In addition if we plant trees and shrubs worldwide we will bring down the atmospheric carbon dioxide much faster.

Index Terms—Carbon dioxide increase, carbon dioxide scavenging, Climate Change, rain-forest.

The author is with Climate Change Truth Inc., USA (e-mail: truth@cctruth.org).


Cite: Dave White CH E, "Discovery of Reduction in Photosynthesis Correlation to Carbon Dioxide Increase," International Journal of Environmental Science and Development vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 106-109, 2018.

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  • ISSN: 2010-0264 (Print); 2972-3698 (Online)
  • Abbreviated Title: Int. J. Environ. Sci. Dev.
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