Most of the islands in the Indian Ocean up to 10 years will become unsuitable for life. That’s what scientists from Hawaii University and the American Geological Institute are warning. They advise people wishing to visit these paradise places to make it in the near future, writes Life.
The reason for the disappearance of the islands lies in the changes at sea level near the Marshall Islands. Surveys of geological peculiarities show that the offshore landing is inevitable, and the flooding of the island’s marine waters is not the only problem in the next decade.
According to scientists, people will face lack of water. They are firmly convinced that the amount of these islands will decrease drastically as a result of global warming. This will result in a reduction of fresh water supplies and its shortage will start to feel in the next 10 years.
According to the researchers, such a fate also expects other large archipelagos such as Spratly Islands and Hawaii.