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  • Research Article   
  • J Earth Sci Clim Change 2016, Vol 7(2): 336
  • DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000336

Evidences of Manure Driven and C:N Regulated Enhanced Carbon Statusand Microalgal Productivity in Managed Aquatic System under SimulatedGreen House Conditions

Jana BB1, Kundu D2, Datta D2, Lahiri S2, Bag S2, Sarkar D2 and Bhakta JN2
1Centre for Environmental Protection (Kalyani Shine India), , B-10/289, Kalyani-741235, West Bengal, India
2International Centre for Ecological Engineering, University of Kalyani, Kalyani-741235, West Bengal, India
*Corresponding Author :

Jana BB*, Kundu D, Datta D, Lahiri S, Bag S, Sarkar D and Bhakta JN

Received Date: Jan 13, 2016 / Accepted Date: Feb 22, 2016 / Published Date: Feb 27, 2016


The impact of greenhouse gas mediated raised temperature and carbon dioxide on the manure driven carbon status and algal primary productivity was examined in managed aquatic system using six different treatments: (i) cattle manure + saw dust, (ii) poultry dropping + saw dust, (iii) vermi-compost + saw dust (iv) mixed combination with cattle manure, poultry droppings, vermi-compost and saw dust, (v) iso-carbonic states maintained with cattle manure using vermi-compost and (vi) poultry droppings as basal dose maintained under open and simulated greenhouse conditions. There was an opposite responses of the time scale variations of buffering mechanisms between the closed and open conditions. The maximal carbon burial rate, organic carbon but reduced algal productivity in the mixed treatment and the reverse response in the poultry dropping and saw dust combination regulated by the C/N ratio of input manure revealed that the carbon sink in the bottom soil was primarily due to allochthonous origin in the former, and from autochthonous source in the later. It may be concluded that substantial rise in carbon status in the sediment due to greenhouse effect was attributable to enhanced microalgae derived autochthonous carbon sink mediated through integrative functions of temperature induced microalgal productivity and microbial driven manure decomposition. The dead microalgae and residual manure that settled down in the bottom surface enhanced the carbon status of the system, in question.

Keywords: Carbon status; Microalgal productivity; Aquatic system; Polyhouse; Soil-carbon; Simulated green house

Citation: Jana BB, Kundu D, Datta D, Lahiri S, Bag S, et al. (2016) Evidences of Manure Driven and C:N Regulated Enhanced Carbon Status and Microalgal Productivity in Managed Aquatic System under Simulated Green House Conditions. J Earth Sci Clim Change 7:336. Doi: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000336

Copyright: © 2016 Jana BB, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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