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Table 3 Peat Area (ha) by province and depth class published in the MoA maps

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

Province Depth class Total area %
50–100 cm 100–200 cm 200–300 cm >300 cm
West Kalimantan 421,697 818,460 192,988 246,989 1,680,134 11
Central Kalimantan 572,372 508,648 632,989 945,225 2,659,234 18
South Kalimantan 10,185 21,124 74,962 106,271 1
East Kalimantan 44,357 41,582 171,830 74,597 332,366 2
Kalimantan total 1,048,611 1,389,814 1,072,769 1,266,811 4,778,005 32
Aceh Darussalam 144,274 71,430 215,704 1
Bangka Belitung 42,568 42,568 0
Bengkulu 3856 802 2451 944 8053 0
Jambi 91,816 142,716 345,811 40,746 621,089 4
Kepulauan Riau 103 8083 8186 0
Lampung 49,331 49,331 0
Riau 509,209 908,553 838,538 1,611,114 3,867,414 26
West Sumatra 11,454 24,370 14,533 50,329 100,686 1
South Sumatra 705,357 515,400 41,627 1,262,384 8
North Sumatra 209,335 36,472 15,427 261,234 2
Sumatra total 1,767,303 1,707,826 1,242,960 1,718,560 6,436,649 43
Papua 1,506,913 817,651 319,874 1,718,560 2,644,438 18
Papua Barat 918,610 127,873 1,046,483 7
Papua total 2,425,523 817,651 447,747 3,690,921 25
Total 5,241,437 3,915,291 2,763,476 2,985,371 14,905,575 100
% 35 26 19 20 100