Studies On The Biodegradation Of Some Chlorophenolics In Secondary Sludge Of Pulp And Paper Industry
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Studies On The Biodegradation Of Some Chlorophenolics In Secondary Sludge Of Pulp And Paper Industry

By: Dr. Santosh Kumar Karn,
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Advances in industrialization bring with it unpleasant partners; pollution and degradation of the environment. The effects on the environment connected with industrial activities are mainly related with the production of industrial wastes. Over recent decades significant quantities of organochemicals are released by industrial, agricultural, and domestic activities into the environment. Microorganisms rapidly degrade a few chemicals and eliminate them from the environment, but there are other chemicals that are degraded slowly, accumulate in the environment and occasionally exhibit toxicity (Alexander, 1981). Pulp and paper mills are categorized as a core industrial sector which is the fifth largest contributor to water pollution. Globally pulp and paper production has increased significantly and will increase further.

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Advances in industrialization bring with it unpleasant partners; pollution and degradation of the environment. The effects on the environment connected with industrial activities are mainly related with the production of industrial wastes. Over recent decades significant quantities of organochemicals are released by industrial, agricultural, and domestic activities into the environment. Microorganisms rapidly degrade a few chemicals and eliminate them from the environment, but there are other chemicals that are degraded slowly, accumulate in the environment and occasionally exhibit toxicity (Alexander, 1981). Pulp and paper mills are categorized as a core industrial sector which is the fifth largest contributor to water pollution. Globally pulp and paper production has increased significantly and will increase further.

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Dr. Santosh Kumar Karn

Dr. Santosh Kumar Karn

(Dr. Karn received Ph.D. in Biotechnology at Thapar University, Patiala, India and completed Post-doctorate at the Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, China. Dr. Karn has about 11 years of (Post Ph. D) teaching and research experience. Dr. Karn awarded for DBT-JRF (2005), Prestigious International Young Scientist Award (2011) and Visiting Researcher Award (2013) through the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) and the National Natural Science Foundation (NFSC) of China. Dr. Karn has published about 65 original research papers as a first or corresponding author in leading International Journals. He attended more than 35 International and National Conferences. He deposited more than 60 different gene sequences to GeneBank-NCBI and also submitted 15 industrially important microorganisms to NCIM, NCL, Pune, India and 5 Microorganisms at CGMCC, Beijing, China. He has been invited regularly to review the research paper by top-notch journals in the field of Industrial, Environmental Biotechnology and currently, he reviewed about 175 original research papers (PUBLONS) and received the award from ELSEVIER. In the year (2016) he awarded for Presidential International Fellowship Initiative (PIFI initiative) by CAS Beijing, China. Further he received Publons peer-review award (2017 and 2018) as one of the top 1% peer reviewer in Microbiology and editorial pursuit internationally by Clarivate Analytics, USA. He ventures to inspire students with his enthusiasm for the subjects, cultivate criticalthinking and decision-making for innovative approaches. He taught various courses and guided M. Tech, B. Tech (Biotechnology), M.Sc. (Biotechnology) and Ph. D students. Dr. Karn has broad research interest in Environmental Biotechnology; Environmental Genomics and Proteomics; Enzyme and Energy; Bioremediation; Extremophiles and related area.)

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