Çöl Kökenli Tozların Bulut İçi Reaksiyonları Sonucu Atmosferik Co2 Ve Ch4 Oluşumuna Etkilerinin İncelenmesi
Hadji Ali Ghandi, Amir
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For the first time in scientific history it has been shown that methane is formed under oxic conditions in atmosphere. This iconoclastic discovery will totally change our understanding of atmospheric methane formation and greenhouse gases. The process stems from the interaction of desert dust with cloud water during the course of its long range transport. Bacteria and fungi in desert dust produce oxalate after they come in contact with water in the cloud. The oxalate associated with the iron in the clay mineral causes iron oxalate formation. The iron oxalate, which is destroyed by the help of solar energy, is the source of natural carbon dioxide in the atmosphere which is still not recognized by the scientific world. The mechanism of formation of methane in atmosphere, which is observed at the same time as carbon dioxide and proved to be present in this work, is also formed by the disintegration of the chitin molecule presumed to be in the dusts. Chitin is caused by the fact that the deserts are covered with forests lakes and rivers in the past, and at present they are also involved in the formation of atmospheric methane. The main elements of the reaction chain are bacteria and fungi since methane formation is not observed in dust samples sterilized with gamma radiation.