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Table 2 Peat area (ha) by province and depth class published in the WI maps

From: An appraisal of Indonesia’s immense peat carbon stock using national peatland maps: uncertainties and potential losses from conversion

Province Depth classes Total area %
<50 cm 50–100 cm 100–200 cm 200–400 cm 400–800 cm 800–1200 cm
West Kalimantan 36,673 438,172 737,111 213,705 304,319   1,729,980 8
Central Kalimantan 75,990 958,486 462,399 574,978 661,093 277,694 3,010,640 14
South Kalimantan 76,785 79,368 78,766 96,710   331,629 2
East Kalimantan   264,559 112,511 219,703 100,224 696,997 3
Kalimantan total 189,448 1,740,585 1,390,787 1,105,096 1,065,636 277,694 5,769,246 28
Aceh 2219 175,558 96,274 274,051 1
Bangka Belitung 54,724 8896 63,620 0
Bengkulu 3588 37,317 20,082 2066 63,053 0
Jambi 92,520 207,621 316,305 100,392 716,838 3
Lampung 87,567 87,567 0
Riau 76,194 1,324,426 575,343 2,067,638 4,043,601 19
West Sumatra 89,353 42,817 22,199 55,865 210,234 1
South Sumatra 66,201 1,308,832 45,009 1,420,042 7
North Sumatra 47,212 228,424 49,700 325,336 2
Sumatra total 377,287 3,467,286 1,133,808 2,225,961 7,204,342 34
Papua 180,493 3,701,845 701,237 1,106,417 5,689,992 27
West Irian Jaya 844,442 129,775 974,217 5
East Irian Jaya 830,093 481,153 1,311,246 6
Papua total 180,493 5,376,380 701,237 1,717,345 7,975,455 38
Total 369,941 7,494,252 5,559,310 3,956,249 3,291,597 277,694 20,949,043 100
% 2 36 27 19 16 1 100  
  1. For Papua provinces a 200–300 cm depth class is reported