Review Article
Volume 6 Issue 1 - 2020
NOx Elimination and NP Elimination are Promoting Global Warming
Shoichiro Ozaki*
The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, 2-1 Hirosawa, Wakoshi, Saitama, Japan
*Corresponding Author: Shoichiro Ozaki, The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, 2-1 Hirosawa, Wakoshi, Saitama, Japan.
Received: November 14, 2019; Published: December 13, 2019




Abstract

Slash and burn agriculture is carried out for many thousand years in the world. Slash and burn agriculture are criticized as destruction of tropical rainy forest producing much CO2 and toxic gas. Burning of tree produce much CO2 and 1/25 weight NOx. Produced NOx is a good fertilizer given from nature. NOx promotes CO2 assimilation and can fix 25 times weight of CO2. And can produce same weight of plant. Increase of NOx increased the CO2 assimilation and food production. Developed countries hated NOx and are eliminating NOx and N, P. Eliminating of NOx and N, P are retarding CO2 assimilation and increasing CO2. Japan is eliminating NOx and NP most severely. Therefore, fish production are retarded and DGP increase rate are retarded. If developed contrives stop elimination of NOx and NP, global warming will be stopped.

Keywords: Slash and Burn Agriculture; NOx; CO2 Assimilation; Global Warming; NOx elimination; NP elimination

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