Impact of the global warming towards straight baselines in context of indonesian archipelagic state
Global warming is a natural phenomenon that has been occurring since some recent decades due to something called as glass house effect produced through development activities, especially in field of industrialization and transportation. Emission of the glass house gas which for a greater part consists of CO2 damaged the ozone layer in fact, whereas such the layer is functional to protect earth surface from dangerous ultraviolet ray to health of the human being. Accumulation of abundant pollutants causes the earth’s inhabitants settle in and stay within glass house, since this earth is relatively incapable to eradicate or absorb the emission of glass house substances. The glass house’s gas can move up and down merely within atmosphere space and makes temperature of the earth surface be on the significant increase for occurance of the global warming. The global warming which has already been running on not only brings a climate anomaly, but also and particularly causes emergence of phenomena, such as the melting icebergs and ice-shelves of the Arctic and Antartic with its impact to the archipelagic baselines.
Marcel Hendrapati. Impact of the global warming towards straight baselines in context of indonesian archipelagic state. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 1, Issue 5, 2014, Pages 199-203