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Table 4 Difference in peat area between MoA and WI maps (AreaMoA–AreaWI) by province and depth class

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 cm 50–100 cm 100–200 cm >200 cm
West Kalimantan −36,673 −16,475 81,349 −78,047 −49,846 1
Central Kalimantan −75,990 −386,114 46,249 64,449 −351,406 6
South Kalimantan −76,785 −69,183 −57,642 −21,748 −225,358 4
East Kalimantan −220,202 −70,929 −73,500 −364,631 6
Kalimantan total −189,448 −691,974 −973 −108,846 −991,241 16
Aceh 142,055 −104,128 −96,274 −58,347 1
Bangka Belitung 42,568 −54,724 −8896 −21,052 0
Bengkulu 268 −36,515 −18,753 −55,000 1
Jambi −704 −64,905 −30,140 −95,749 2
Lampung 49,331 −87,567 −38,236 1
Riau 433,118 −407,790 −193,329 −168,001 3
West Sumatra −77,899 −18,447 −13,202 −109,548 2
South Sumatra 639,156 −793,432 −3382 −157,658 3
North Sumatra 162,123 −191,952 −34,273 −64,102 1
Sumatra total 1,390,016 −1,759,460 −398,249 −767,693 13
Papua −180,493 −3,025,025 116,414 −1,267,696 −4,356,800 72
West Papua 74,168 −1902 72,266 1
Papua total −180,493 −2,950,857 116,414 −1,269,598 −4,284,534 71
Total −369,941 −2,302,146 −1,644,019 −1,776,693 −6,043,468 100
% 6 38 27 29 100  
  1. Depth classes >200 cm were combined to allow comparison
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