American International Journal of Biology, 1(1), pp. 29-34.
Presently, Global Warming is burning issue in all over the world and emissions of greenhouse gases and anthropogenic activities are considered as the main sources of Global warming. Fossil fuel burning and emission of Co2 and CH4 gas aggravate the problem by increment of Global temperature at about 10 C which results catastrophic effect to our climate. Methane (CH4) is considered 20 times more effective than Co2 in entrapping heat for its molecular structure. Ocean temperature rise also affect ecological balance and extinction of various species due to acidification.
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Mukhopadhyay, Biswjit Dr. (2013). Global Warming – A Threat to the Planet. American International Journal of Biology, 1(1), 29-34., 21-28.
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Dr. Biswajit Mukhopadhayay was Graduated in Civil Engineering from Jadavpur University, India in the year 1983 and then joined as a Design Engineer (Civil) in reputed consultancy firm at Kolkata, India. In the year 1986 he joined in Kolkata Metropolitan Water and Sanitation Authority (KMW&SA) as an Assistant Engineer (civil). He completed his Master Degree in Public Health Engineering in the year 1992 on study leave from Calcutta University, India. Dr. Biswajit Mukhopadhayay was associated in different water supply projects and sewerage projects in and around Kolkata for last 30 years and gathered profuse knowledge in water and sewage treatment technology. He also associated with Operation and Maintenance of 60 MGD water treatment plant and also worked as a designer for different capacity Elevated Service Reservoir, Underground Reservoir for different water treatment plants in West Bengal, India. Now he is associated in Sewerage Integration Project in thirteen (13) Municipal towns in West Bengal, India as a Superintending Engineer of the project. Dr. Biswajit Mukhopadhayay has completed his Doctoral Degree in Engineering in the year Jan, 2009 from Jadavpur University, India. His thesis was on Cost effective water supply in the rural area by indigenous filters with a note to horizontal roughing filter.
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