Impact of Soil Pollution on Increasing Temperature in Indonesia

Azzahra, St Fatimah and Faradiba, Faradiba (2021) Impact of Soil Pollution on Increasing Temperature in Indonesia. Asian Journal of Advanced Research and Reports, 15 (7). pp. 43-49. ISSN 2582 3248

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The current increase in pollution is of great concern because it will have an impact on various aspects of life. The increase in pollution results in global warming in the form of earth's temperature. This study aims to examine the effect of soil pollution on increasing temperatures in Indonesia.The design of this study is descriptive quantitative. This study uses 2018 Village Potential (Podes) data sourced from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS). This study uses multiple linear regression by looking at soil pollution factors, temperature, and involving other factors as supporting factors. Temperatures in Indonesia range from 24.5oC-28.3oC. Due to soil pollution, the temperature increased by 0.05oC and specifically on the island of Java, the temperature increased by 0.157oC. The existence of land burning activities also increases the temperature by 0.07oC and in Java by 0.144oC. Soil pollution has a positive effect on increasing temperatures in the territory of Indonesia by 0.055oC. Java Island as the center of government and economy has a big role in generating pollution. Pollution on the island of Java resulted in an increase in temperature of 0.157 oC. The addition of a control variable in the form of community behavior in burning fields, will affect the nutrients in the soil and also exposure to smoke will interfere with the health of living things, apparently contributing to an increase in temperature of 0.01oC. Keywords: Soil pollution; temperature rise, Java island; land burning

Item Type: Article
Subjects: TECHNOLOGY > Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering > Environmental pollution
Depositing User: Ms Mentari Simanjuntak
Date Deposited: 15 Oct 2021 01:02
Last Modified: 29 Nov 2021 07:52

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