KONTRIBUSI KEBAKARAN LAHAN GAMBUT TERHADAP PEMANASAN GLOBAL

MAYA RAHMAYANTI, M.SI (2007) KONTRIBUSI KEBAKARAN LAHAN GAMBUT TERHADAP PEMANASAN GLOBAL. Kaunia Jurnal Sains dan Teknologi Vol.III, No. 2, Oktober 2007.

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Abstract

Indonesia is a country with the largest peatland area in the tropical %pne. Peatlands save 30 percent carbon in the earth surface that plays important roles in hydrological functions, the global carbon cycle and biodiversity maintenance. The burnt peatlands release C02 to the atmosfer. Additionally, emissions from multi useful peatlands such as agriculture and extraction for fuel have also contributed to the increase of CO2 level. CO2 is one of the greenhouse gases - i. <?. gases that can retain heat away from earth surface. The burnt 1.5 million hectares peatland was estimated to have produced 1.98 billion tons of C02 emissions. According to the Indonesia's WWF, approximately 858.000 hectares of peatland in Sumatra and Kalimantan u>as destroyed by fires during the period of 1997-2006. Eased on these data, the present study reveals that during this period a total of 1,3 billion tons of CO2 have been released to the atmosphere. Therefore, the phenomenon has led to the increase of the earth surface's temperature. It means Indonesia's peatlands have a significant contribution to the global warming.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Lahan gambut, CO2, pemanasan global
Subjects: Kaunia Jurnal
Divisions: E-Journal
Depositing User / Editor: Edi Prasetya [edi_hoki]
Date Deposited: 29 May 2013 09:54
Last Modified: 29 May 2013 09:54
URI: http://digilib.uin-suka.ac.id/id/eprint/7908

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