Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Monitoring Close to a Coal-Fired Power Plant and a Cement Factory

Kuo-Ying Wang
April 2014
Asian Environmental Technology;Apr/May2014, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p8
The article discusses the monitoring of atmospheric carbon dioxide at coal power plants and cement factories and mentions topics such as the industrialized countries burn fossil fuel due to its cost effectiveness and the relation between the increase in carbon dioxide and temperature.


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