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Volume 3, Number 6 / December issue 2017
Husni Kotta, Yetrie Ludang
Selection of plants based on net carbon dioxide absorption for the coastal green open space
Abstract

The specific purpose of this study is to select coastal plant based on net carbon dioxide absorption. The coastal plants are Acacia sp, Pandanus tectonius, Swettiana mahagoni and Samaena saman (Jacq Merr). The value of carbon dioxide absorption rate is determined in one room of plant testing house. The results showed that P. tectonius has the highest CO2 absorption rate compared to the other ones. Therefore, it is worth to select the plant for the application of coastal green open space.
Keywords: Plants selection, carbon dioxide, absorption

Cite this article:
Husni Kotta, Yetrie Ludang. Selection of plants based on net carbon dioxide absorption for the coastal green open space. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 3(6)2017, 106-109.


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