Hotspot

Hot spots in the past 7 days in 7 priority provinces

Total hotspots in the last seven days in protection and cultivation peats and non-peat area. Data is updated every three hours.

 

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Source: NASA, accessed via Indonesia's National Aeronautics and Space Agency, Peat Ecosystem Function (Ministry of Environment, 2017)

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Hotspots are detected by three sensors: Terra/Aqua's Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) with a spatial resolution of 1000 meters, Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) with a spatial resolution of 375 meters, and OLI (Landsat-8) with a spatial resolution of 30 meters with confidence interval of more than 30% (medium).

Protected Peatlands are peatlands area with a depth of three meters or more that has the primary function to protect and balance the water system, carbon storage, and biodiversity conservation.

Cultivated Peatlands are peatlands area that has a function in supporting productivity through cultivation according to its ability. Cultivated peatlands should has a depth less than 3 meters according to Peatlands Ecosystem Maps with a scale of 1:250,000 which is available on the Ministerial Decree SK.130/MenLHK/Setjen/PKL.0/2/2017 on The Definition of National Peatland Ecosystem Function.

Non peatlands are area outside of the protected and cultivated peatlands.

Source NASA, accessed via Indonesia's National Aeronautics and Space Agency, Peat Ecosystem Function (Ministry of Environment, 2017)

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Areas with the most hot spots in 7 priority provinces

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District Sub-disctrict Province District points

Source: NASA, accessed via Indonesia's National Aeronautics and Space Agency

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Hot spot distribution data are gathered from: FIRMS (Fire Information for Resource Management System), Terra/Aqua's Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) with a spatial resolution of 1000 meters, and Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) with a spatial resolution of 375 meters. This data is updated daily.

Source NASA, accessed via Indonesia's National Aeronautics and Space Agency

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Burn scar area in 7 priority provinces

Burned area identified by the Ministry of the Environment and Forestry, generated through hot spot analysis, field verification, and Landsat imagery. 

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Source: Ministry of Environment and Forestry, 2015-2019

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Burned areas identified by the Ministry of the Environment and Forestry based on the 2015 until 2019 forest fire area. Data was generated through hot spot analysis, field verification, and Landsat imagery.

Source Ministry of Environment and Forestry, 2015-2019

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Hotspot density in 7 priority provinces

A comparison of hot spot density in concession and non-concession area.

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Source: NASA, accessed via Indonesia's National Aeronautics and Space Agency, Ministry of Forestry and Environment, 2017, Indonesian Center for Agricultural Land Resources Research and Development, Ministry of Agriculture, 2017

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Hotspots density indicate the number of hotspots per area (million hectares). It is calculated by dividing the number of hotspots with the area and calculated in both concession area and non-concession area.

Hotspots are detected by three sensors: Terra/Aqua's Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) with a spatial resolution of 1000 meters, Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) with a spatial resolution of 375 meters, and OLI (Landsat-8) with a spatial resolution of 30 meters with confidence interval of more than 30% (medium).

Concession consists of concession for plantations including for pulp and paper and oil palm

Source NASA, accessed via Indonesia's National Aeronautics and Space Agency, Ministry of Forestry and Environment, 2017, Indonesian Center for Agricultural Land Resources Research and Development, Ministry of Agriculture, 2017

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