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- Hu, Wensheng, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Applied microbiology and biotechnology 2016 v.100 no.5 pp. 2073-2082
- air pollution; biofuels; biomass; carbon dioxide; energy; fuel production; global warming; issues and policy; melting; microalgae; nitrogen; nitrogen oxides; sea level; solar energy
- ... The excessive emission of flue gas contributes to air pollution, abnormal climate change, global warming, and sea level rises associated with glacial melting. With the ability to utilize NOx as a nitrogen source and to convert solar energy into chemical energy via CO₂ fixation, microalgae can potentially reduce air pollution and relax global warming, while also enhancing biomass and biofuel produc ...