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Design and Development of a Network Based and Web Based System for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emission Monitoring


G. Venkateswara Rao, M. Jagannadha Rao, P. Premchand, G.Veereswara Swamy, O. Anil Kumar yadav


Vol. 8  No. 9  pp. 351-356


Global warming is the main scenario to be solved for the preservation of global environment from increase in greenhouse gas emissions. There are no attempts to establish or design a Global Emission Monitoring System in the light of Kyoto protocol. The objective of the Kyoto Protocol is to achieve ""stabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system.” For this purpose continuous monitoring of GHG Emissions from member countries is required. To enable this a global level network based monitoring system will be ideal. With this idea the concept is designed and being implemented. The hardware requirements including the system for Greenhouse gas emission sensors, global pollution system and others were conceptualized and practicability is established, JAVA programming techniques are used as user interface of the system and ORACLE is used as back end of the system to store the obtained data from the sensors. Finally the applicability of this system has been tested using individual gas sensors under controlled conditions using standard gas samples and applicability of the monitoring system is satisfactory.


Hard ware and software tools, database system, web based system, Kyoto protocol, Greenhouse Gas (GHG)