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INDONESIA REGULATION ON PEATLAND ECOSYSTEM:
CRITERIA, INDICATORS, AND MONITORING SYSTEM
-Integrated System From Field Moni...
PRESENTATION
CONTENT
2
2
INTEGRATING
MONITORING
SYSTEM FOR
INDONESIA
PEATLAND
ECOSYSTEM
3
ACHIEVEMENT:
Peatland
Ecosystem
...
1992
PP No. 57 / 2016
Change over PP No. 71 / 2014
UU No. 24 / 1992
SPATIAL PLANNING
Inpres No. 6 / 2013
Indicative Map fo...
GOVERNMENTREGULATIONNO.71/2014JUNCTO
GOVERNMENTREGULATIONNO.57/2016
(PROTECTIONANDMANAGEMENTOFPEAT
ECOSYSTEMS)
1. Scope : ...
Total :
865 PHU
Sumatera : 207 PHU, Sulawesi : 3 PHU,
Kalimantan : 190 PHU, Papua : 465 PHU,
13
Total :
865 PHU
Sumatera :...
Conservation Cultivation (Ha) (%)
Aceh 37 178.513 159.651 338.164 3,52
Bangka Belitung 17 57.264 40.649 97.913 1,02
Bengku...
GOVERNMENT REGULATION No. 71 of 2014, ARTICLE 7 AND 9:
DETERMINATION OF PEATLAND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION
Article 7- PEATLAND EC...
Peatland Ecosystem
with cultivation
function are declared
as degraded peatland
if it meet the standard
criteria for degrad...
THE MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTRY No. 16 of 2017, ARTICLE 18 :
CRITERIA AND INDICATORS FOR THE SUCESFUL RESTORATION...
ACHIEVEMENT :
INDONESIA PEATLAND RESTORATION IN COMMINITY AREAS 2015 – 2019
AND TARGET FOR 2020-2024
ACEH
197 canal blocki...
Achievement in 2016-2019
Industrial Forest Plantation Total
∑ 68 212 280
Area of Peatland Restoration 2.226.779,94 hectare...
120 Data Manual
13 Data Logger
10 Sta-CH
3.705 Data Manual
431 Data Logger
278 Sta-CH
360 Data Manual
44 Data Logger
56 St...
Communication Technology:
GSM/radio frequency based
Parameters :
1. Ground water level
2. Soil moisture
3. Rainfall
SIPALA...
PPKL-PKG
KEMENTERIAN LINGKUNGAN HIDUP DAN KEHUTANAN SiMATAG-0.4m
Sistem Informasi Muka Air Tanah Gambut
SIMATAG-0.4M HAS B...
SIMATAG-0.4M FUNCTION
 Centre for Ground Water Level and Rain Fall Monitoring Data in Concession area
– it will be integr...
Canal
Blocking
GWL
Monitoring
Point
DATA
LOGGER Rain Fall
Station
Forest and Land Fire
and Intervention of
Peatland Restoration
in Concession Holder
in Riau Province
2015-2019
ACHIEVEMENT OF GROUND WATER LEVEL MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENT
IN CONCESSION HOLDERS 2020
Manual
(Unit)
Logger
(Unit)
Sekat
Kana...
Source Data: Analysist Result of SMC maps from Sentinel-1 (Band-C), Platform SEPAL,
Directorate for Pollution Control and ...
Keterangan:
 SMC = Peta Kelembaban Tanah (Soil Moisture), dihasilkan dari analisis Citra Sentinel-1 dengan Band-C, menggu...
STRATEGY FOR FILLING THE GAB:
1.
• Completing the peatland ecosystem inventory.
• Completing the determination of peatland...
TERIMA KASIH
The Ministry of Environment and Forestry Sustainable Peatland Management http://pkgppkl.menlhk.go.id/
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Presented by SPM. Budisusanti, Director of Peatland Degradation Control, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia, at "Online Workshop Series:Exploring Criteria and Indicators for Tropical Peatland Restoration", on 2 Sep 2020.

This session explored the challenges of peatland management in Indonesia. Speaker identified gaps in peatland management and provided some strategies to overcome those gaps. This presentation also shared the information management system for peatlands developed by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Republic of Indonesia and its partners.

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  1. 1. INDONESIA REGULATION ON PEATLAND ECOSYSTEM: CRITERIA, INDICATORS, AND MONITORING SYSTEM -Integrated System From Field Monitoring and Satellite Imagery- SPM BUDISUSANTI DIRECTOR FOR PEATLAND DEGRADATION CONTROL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTRY SEPTEMBER 2nd , 2020 The Ministry of Environment and Forestry Sustainable Peatland Management http://pkgppkl.menlhk.go.id/
  2. 2. PRESENTATION CONTENT 2 2 INTEGRATING MONITORING SYSTEM FOR INDONESIA PEATLAND ECOSYSTEM 3 ACHIEVEMENT: Peatland Ecosystem Restoration and Monitoring 4. STRATEGY FOR FILLING THE GAB 1 REFERENCE: Indonesia Peatland Ecosystem Regulation for Criteria, Indicators, and Monitoring System
  3. 3. 1992 PP No. 57 / 2016 Change over PP No. 71 / 2014 UU No. 24 / 1992 SPATIAL PLANNING Inpres No. 6 / 2013 Indicative Map for Delays on Granting New Permits (PIPIB) Keppres No. 32 / 1990 Management of Konservation Area Inpres No. 2 / 2007 Acceleration of Rehabilitation and Revitalization of Peatland Development Zone in Central Kalimantan PP No. 47 / 1997 National Spatial Planning (RTRWN) UU No. 26/2007 SPATIAL PLANNING PP No. 26/2008 National Spatial Planning (RTRWN) UU No. 32 / 2009 Environmental Protection and Management PP No. 71 Th. 2014 Protection and Management of Peat Ecosystems Inpres No. 10 / 2011 Indicative Map for Delays on Granting New Permits Inpres No. 8 / 2015 Indicative Map for Delays on Granting New Permits (PIPIB) 1990 1997 201620142011 201320092008 2015 National Strategy Peatlands Management 200720062000 PP No. 150 / 2000 Control of Soil Degraded for Biomass Production MOA Regulation No. 14/2009 Guidelines for the Utilization of Peat Land for Oil Palm Cultivation MOEF Regulation Keppres No. 32 / 1990 Management of Konservation Area PP No. 47 / 1997 National Spatial Planning (RTRWN) UU No. 26/2007 SPATIAL PLANNING PP No. 26/2008 National Spatial Planning (RTRWN) Inpres No. 10 / 2011 Indicative Map for Delays on Granting New Permits National Strategy Peatlands Management MOA Regulation No. 14/2009 Guidelines for the Utilization of Peat Land for Oil Palm Cultivation Peat protection function: Thickness > 3m in the upper river and swamp Standard criteria for peat degradation: Surface water level > 25 cm Peat protection function: min. 30% of the PHU area + Thickness >3m, etc. Criteria of degradation for cultivation function: Surface water level > 0,4 m P.17_2017 Change over P.12_2015 related Development of Industrial Plantation Forest P.16_2017 Technical Guidelines for Restoration of Peat Ecosystem Functions P.15_2017 Procedure of Water Table Measurement at Peat Ecosystems Compliance Point P.14_2017 Procedures for Inventory & Determination of Peat Ecosystem Functions SK.130_2017 Determination Function of Peat Ecosystem Map SK.129_2017 Determination of Peat Hydrological Unity Map P.10_2019 Calculation and Determination of Peatland Dome P.60_2019 Procedure for developing, determining and amending of Peatland Ecosystem Protection and Management Plan SK.246_2020 National Peatland Ecosystem Protection and Management Plan
  4. 4. GOVERNMENTREGULATIONNO.71/2014JUNCTO GOVERNMENTREGULATIONNO.57/2016 (PROTECTIONANDMANAGEMENTOFPEAT ECOSYSTEMS) 1. Scope : Planning, Utilization, Controlling, Maintenance, Supervision and Administrative Sanctions (Art 3) 3. Determination of Peat Ecosystem Function (Art 9-13) 4. Peat Ecosystem Protection and Management Plan (RPPEG) (Art. 14-15) 5. The Standard Criteria for Degraded Peat Ecosystems (Art 23-24) 6. Restrictions on the Utilization of Peat Ecosystems (Art 26) Community Land (No Permit) Concession Areas (Permit) INVENTORY [MOEF Regulation No. P.14/MENLHK/SETJEN/ KUM.1/2/2017] DETERMINATION of PHU and PEAT ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION (Conservation & Cultivation) WATER TABEL MEASUREMENT PEAT DEGRADATION RPPEG [MOEF Regulation No. P.15/MENLHK/SETJEN/ KUM.1/2/2017] Corporate/ Community Land RESTORATION [MOEF Regulation No. P.16/MENLHK/SETJEN/ KUM.1/2/2017] 1 2 3 2. Inventory (Art 5-8) Conservation Area
  5. 5. Total : 865 PHU Sumatera : 207 PHU, Sulawesi : 3 PHU, Kalimantan : 190 PHU, Papua : 465 PHU, 13 Total : 865 PHU Sumatera : 207 PHU, Sulawesi : 3 PHU, Kalimantan : 190 PHU, Papua : 465 PHU, MOEF Decree No. SK.129/MENLHK/SETJEN/KUM.1/2/2017 Concerning DETERMINATION OF NATIONAL PEAT HYDROLOGICAL UNITY MAP MOEF Decree No. SK.129/MENLHK/SETJEN/KUM.1/2/2017 Concerning DETERMINATION OF NATIONAL INDICATIVE MAP OF PEAT ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION
  6. 6. Conservation Cultivation (Ha) (%) Aceh 37 178.513 159.651 338.164 3,52 Bangka Belitung 17 57.264 40.649 97.913 1,02 Bengkulu 3 12.860 1.409 14.269 0,15 Jambi 14 549.601 354.822 904.423 9,42 Kepulauan Riau 5 5.104 11.179 16.284 0,17 Lampung 7 40.986 56.611 97.597 1,02 Riau 59 2.637.704 2.717.670 5.355.374 55,76 Sumatera Barat 14 78.056 75.803 153.859 1,6 Sumatera Selatan 36 1.191.082 910.679 2.101.761 21,88 Sumatera Utara 27 234.742 290.143 524.885 5,46 Sumatera 207 4.985.913 4.618.616 9.604.529 100 Kalimantan Barat 124 1.121.366 1.680.080 2.801.447 33,33 Kalimantan Selatan 4 81.882 156.583 238.465 2,84 Kalimantan Tengah 35 2.555.107 2.119.999 4.675.105 55,62 Kalimantan Timur 16 176.296 166.054 342.350 4,07 Kalimantan Utara 13 159.553 187.898 347.451 4,13 Kalimantan 190 4.094.203 4.310.614 8.404.818 100 Sulawesi Barat 2 19.682 22.794 42.476 67,01 Sulawesi Tengah 3 8.622 12.192 20.814 32,99 Sulawesi 3 28.305 34.985 63.290 100 Papua 250 2.708.311 2.388.966 5.097.276 77,46 Papua Barat 216 581.751 916.140 1.497.891 22,54 Papua 465 3.290.061 3.305.106 6.595.167 100 INDONESIA 865 12.398.482 12.269.321 Province No. PHU Peat Ecosystem Function Total Coverage 24.667.804 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Aceh Bangka Belitung Bengkulu Jambi Kepulauan Riau Lampung Riau Sumatera Barat Sumatera Selatan Sumatera Utara Peat Ecosystem Function in Sumatera Island, Indonesia Conservation Cultivation 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Sulawesi Barat Sulawesi Tengah Papua Papua Barat Peat Ecosystem Function in Sulawesi & Papua Island, Indonesia Conservation Cultivation 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Kalimantan Barat Kalimantan Selatan Kalimantan Tengah Kalimantan Timur Kalimantan Utara Peat Ecosystem Function in Kalimantan Island, Indonesia Conservation Cultivation MOEF Decree No. SK.129/MENLHK/SETJEN/KUM.1/2/2017 DETERMINATION OF NATIONAL INDICATIVE MAP OF PEAT ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION
  7. 7. GOVERNMENT REGULATION No. 71 of 2014, ARTICLE 7 AND 9: DETERMINATION OF PEATLAND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION Article 7- PEATLAND ECOSYSTEM INVENTORY: (1) The final map of the peat hydrological unit contains at least data and information on: (a) location, presence and extent of peat hydrological units; (b) 13 parameters for physical, chemical, biological, hydrotopographic and type/characteristic of sediment under the peat layer; (2) the final map as mentioned in paragraph (1) is used as a reference for the determination of the peat ecosystem function. Article 9-DETERMINATION OF PEATLAND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION: (3) The minister is obliged to determine the peatland ecosystem protection function of at least 30 percent of the total area of ​​the peat hydrological unit and is located at the top of the peat dome and its surroundings. (4) in the case of outside 30 percent of the entire area of ​​peat hydrological unit still has peatland with thickness of more than 3 meters, specific and / or indemic plasmanutfah, legally protected species, peat ecosystems located in protected areas as defined in the regional spatial plan, protected forest areas and conservation forest areas, the ministry determine the peatland ecosystem as protection function. (5) the area of ​​the peat hydrological unit as mentioned in paragraphs 3 and 4 is based on the final map of the peat hydrological unit as mentioned in Article 7.
  8. 8. Peatland Ecosystem with cultivation function are declared as degraded peatland if it meet the standard criteria for degraded peatland as follows: (a) water level in peatland more than 0.4m (zero point four meters) below the peat surface, and / or (b) there is an exposure of pyrite and/or quartz sediments under the peat layer. These criteria and indicators are then used as the baseline for the restoration of the peat ecosystem. Article 23 (3) Peatland Ecosystem with protection function are declared as degraded peatland if it exceed the standard criteria for degraded peatland as follows: (a) there is an artificial drainage on peatland ecosystem with protected function; (b) there is an exposure of pyrite and/or quartz sediments under the peat layer; and/or (c) there is a reduction in land area and/or land cover in peatland ecosystem with protection. Article 23(2) Degraded Peatland Ecosystem can occur in: (a) Peatland Ecosystem in Protection Fuction (b) Peatland Ecosystem in Cultivation Function Article 23(1) GOVERNMENT REGULATION No. 71 of 2014, ARTICLE 23: CRITERIA AND INDICATORS FOR DEGRADED PEATLAND ECOSYSTEM
  9. 9. THE MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTRY No. 16 of 2017, ARTICLE 18 : CRITERIA AND INDICATORS FOR THE SUCESFUL RESTORATION IN PEATLAND ECOSYSTEM improvement of the groundwater level to reach less than -0.4 should be visible since the water infrastructure are constructed . Article 18 (3) Water management systems and water infrastructures for rpeatland ecosystem restoration must be built in the first 6 months . Article 18(2) Peat Ecosystem function restoration is declared successful if: (a) no exposure of pyrite and/or quartz sediments under the peat layer at compliance points (b) water level in peatland more than 0.4m (zero point four meters) below the peat surface at compliance points ( c) better than the standard criteria for degraded peat ecosystems stipulated in the environmental permit (d) better than standard for degraded peatland ecosystem from spatial analysis results from field survey activities or data and information analysis 1: 250,000 (e) The number of plants that grow healthy is at least 500 stems per hectare in the third year Article 18(1)
  10. 10. ACHIEVEMENT : INDONESIA PEATLAND RESTORATION IN COMMINITY AREAS 2015 – 2019 AND TARGET FOR 2020-2024 ACEH 197 canal blocking 2.951 hectars North Sumatera 111 canal blocking 1.814 hectars RIAU 83 canal blocking 1.155 hectars West Sumatera 26 canal blocking 442 hectars WEST KALIMANTAN 36 Canal Blocking 496 hectars CENTER KALIMANTAN 11 canal blocking 174 hectars EAST KALIMANTAN 111 canal blocking 2.176 hectars JAMBI 49 canal blocking 686 hectars Total Area : 9.894 hektar 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 1.800 ha 2.000 ha 2.500 ha 3.000 ha 3.500 ha
  11. 11. Achievement in 2016-2019 Industrial Forest Plantation Total ∑ 68 212 280 Area of Peatland Restoration 2.226.779,94 hectares 1.247.907,78 hectares 3.474.687,72 hectares Ground water level monitoring unit 5.668 units 5.022 units 10.690 units Rain fall Station 265 unit 527 unit 792 unit Canal Blocking 8.180 unit 19.709 unit 27.889 unit Rehabilitation Vegetation 4.438,70 hectares - 4.438,70 hectares Natural Succession 306.112 hectares - 306.112 hectares Content of Rehabilitation of Peat Ecosystem Documents: 1. Determination of Water Table Compliance Point (Manual and Automatic/Data Logger), 2. Determination of Rainfall Monitoring Station, 3. Construction of Canal Blocking (with or without spillway), 4. Construction of Water Gate and Reservoir, 5. Rehabilitation through replanting with endemic plant species (indigenous species), 6. Natural succession. ACHIEVEMENT: INDONESIA PEATLAND RESTORATION IN CONSESSION HOLDERS 2015-2019 AND TARGET FOR 2020-2024 Target for 2020-2024 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 300 companies 350 companies 400 companies 450 companies 500 companies
  12. 12. 120 Data Manual 13 Data Logger 10 Sta-CH 3.705 Data Manual 431 Data Logger 278 Sta-CH 360 Data Manual 44 Data Logger 56 Sta-CH 102 Data Manual 12 Data Logger 10 Sta-CH 371 Data Manual 46 Data Logger 38 Sta-CH 1.844 Data Manual 272 Data Logger 135 Sta-CH 75 Data Manual 8 Data Logger 11 Sta-CH ACEH RIAU NORTH SUMATERA WEST SUMATERA JAMBI LAMPUNG SOUTH SUMATERA 1.776 Data Manual 155 Data Logger 115 Sta-CH WEST KALIMANTAN 157 Data Manual 16 Data Logger 8 Sta-CH NORTH KALIMANTAN 733 Data Manual 81 Data Logger 85 Sta-CH CENTRAL KALIMANTAN 109 Data Manual 12 Data Logger 16 Sta-CH SOUTH KALIMANTAN 64 Data Manual 6 Data Logger 5 Sta-CH WEST SULAWESI 6 Data Manual 2 Data Logger 4 Sta-CH PAPUA 87 Data Manual 12 Data Logger 13 Sta-CH EAST KALIMANTAN 30 Data Manual 8 Data Logger 6 Sta-CH WEST PAPUA 15 Data Manual 2 Data Logger 2 Sta-CH CENTRAL SULAWESI 15 Data Manual 1 Data Logger 2 Sta-CH BENGKULU ∑ PHU GWL Monitoring point (UNIT) Rain fall station Intervention Area (HECTARE) Data Manual Data Logger 224 9.569 1.121 795 3.47 million GROUND WATER LEVEL MONITORING UNITS IN INDONESIA
  13. 13. Communication Technology: GSM/radio frequency based Parameters : 1. Ground water level 2. Soil moisture 3. Rainfall SIPALAGA (non-consession) Data Center User INTERNET OTHER DATA: • SIPONGI • BMKG OTHER DATA AND INFORMATION REALTIME TMAT (consession & non- consession) USES: 1. Peatland Quality Index 2. Peatland Water Level 3. Early Warning System Based on Peatland Water Level 4. Water Balance 5. Calculation of GHG Emission reduction 6. Peat Environmental Performance Rating for Concession (PROPER) Data Center TMAT SiMATAG-0.4m MANUAL MONITORING SYSTEM TO DATA CENTER (CONSESSION) SiPPEG 13
  14. 14. PPKL-PKG KEMENTERIAN LINGKUNGAN HIDUP DAN KEHUTANAN SiMATAG-0.4m Sistem Informasi Muka Air Tanah Gambut SIMATAG-0.4M HAS BEEN LAUNCHED BY THE MINISTER OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTRY IN ASIA-PACIFIC FOREST WEEK, INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA (JUNED 19, 2019) INFORMATION PROVIDED: SiMATAG-0.4m • Map of PHU • Map of Peatland Ecosystem Function • Map of Concession borders • Map of Canal Blocking • Map of Ground Water Level Monitoring Distribution, • Map of Rehabilitation, revegetation • Information of field verifivation. • SUPPORT SYSTEM (SEPAL) • Vegetation Analysist • Vegetation Changing Analysist • Soil Moister Changing Analysist • Time of Changing (day, date, month, year) of vegetation changing – planting and cutting-
  15. 15. SIMATAG-0.4M FUNCTION  Centre for Ground Water Level and Rain Fall Monitoring Data in Concession area – it will be integrated with monitoring system in non concession area.  Centre for Monitoring data of Peatland restoration progress in concession holders area: Canal Blocking Development Rehabilitation and Revegetation  Provide information/data of concession holders’ performance on peatland protection and management: ground water level compliance and non compliance, and Rating of PROPER (black, read, blue, green and gold).  Support SiPPEG (Information System for Peatland Protection and Management) : Peatland Quality Index Water balance Early warning system
  16. 16. Canal Blocking GWL Monitoring Point DATA LOGGER Rain Fall Station
  17. 17. Forest and Land Fire and Intervention of Peatland Restoration in Concession Holder in Riau Province 2015-2019
  18. 18. ACHIEVEMENT OF GROUND WATER LEVEL MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENT IN CONCESSION HOLDERS 2020 Manual (Unit) Logger (Unit) Sekat Kanal Pintu Air Embung Tahun 2019 Kuartal I Tahun 2020 Kuartal II (Juli 2020) Tahun 2019 Kuartal I Tahun 2020 Kuartal II (Juli 2020) 1 Aceh 5 120 13 10 310 0 0 38,341.91 0.533 0.38 0.35 88% 95% 94% 2 Sumatera Utara 21 360 44 56 1,709 54 122 90,132.21 0.45 0.42 0.42 85% 92% 92% 3 Riau 80 3,705 431 278 9,982 493 14 1,377,648.76 0.628 0.52 0.49 72.20% 70.60% 76% 4 Sumatera Barat 4 102 12 10 213 3 12 21,461.69 0.91 0.58 0.38 75.60% 77.00% 90% 5 Jambi 12 371 46 38 1,120 14 12 152,890.80 0.52 0.46 0.41 87% 82.50% 85% 6 Bangka Belitung 2 - 0 1 - 0 0 15,220.70 - - - - 7 Bengkulu 1 15 1 2 6 0 0 1,524.76 - - - - 8 Sumatera Selatan 31 1,844 272 135 3,660 199 31 829,402.28 0.56 0.5 0.42 86.40% 75.30% 82% 9 Lampung 5 75 8 11 350 5 1 24,762.16 0.5 0.48 0.45 84% 92% 90% 10 Kalimantan Barat 55 1,776 155 115 6,801 562 100 492,922.15 0.506 0.41 0.47 88% 96% 89% 11 Kalimantan Selatan 6 109 12 16 38 7 0 38,950.48 0.57 0.55 0.43 85% 77% 88% 12 Kalimantan Tengah 36 733 81 82 3,410 172 155 175,625.62 0.51 0.43 0.45 86.50% 86.40% 78% 13 Kalimantan Timur 6 87 12 13 12 0 39 42,308.53 0.48 0.45 0.39 92% 88% 88% 14 Kalimantan Utara 3 157 16 8 174 6 0 72,787.99 0.41 0.36 0.33 96% 96% 92% 15 Sulawesi Barat 3 64 6 5 104 20 0 18,470.58 - - - - - - 16 Sulawesi Tengah 1 15 2 2 - 28 0 3,789.14 - - - - - - 17 Papua 3 6 2 4 - 47 0 11,664.58 - - - - - - 18 Papua Barat 6 30 8 6 - 8 0 66,783.38 - - - - - - 280 9,569 1,121 792 27,889 1,618 486 3,474,687.72 0.55 0.46 0.42 85% 86% 87% Curah Hujan Eksisting (Unit) Luasan Pemulihan FLEG + FBEG (Ha) TOTAL Rata-Rata TMAT Setelah Intervensi Pemulihan E.G Ketaatan TMAT Perusahaan No. Nama Provinsi Perusahaan HTI dan Perkebunan (Jumlah) Titik Penaatan Tinggi Muka Air Tanah (TP TMAT)
  19. 19. Source Data: Analysist Result of SMC maps from Sentinel-1 (Band-C), Platform SEPAL, Directorate for Pollution Control and Environmental Degradation, 2020
  20. 20. Keterangan:  SMC = Peta Kelembaban Tanah (Soil Moisture), dihasilkan dari analisis Citra Sentinel-1 dengan Band-C, menggunakan Platform SEPAL. Nilai/angka SMCmaps menunjukkan potensi tingkat kelembaban di areal KHG terpilih.  HSP = Jumlah Titik Hotspot di areal KHG (digunakan data Satelit Terra/Aqua LAPAN dengan selang Convidential >80%, sumber data : http://sipongi.menlhk.go.id). SMC HSP SMC HSP SMC HSP SMC HSP SMC HSP 1. Aceh 36 85-90% 5 85-90% 6 80-85% 4 80-85% 2 80-85% 0 aman, potensi rendah 2. Sumatera Utara 27 80-85% 7 85-90% 13 80-85% 6 80-85% 1 80-85% 0 aman, potensi rendah 3. Riau 59 80-85% 41 75-80% 65 75-80% 141 75-80% 31 80-85% 1 waspada, potensi tinggi 4. Kepulauan Riau 17 80-85% 1 80-85% 0 75-80% 37 75-80% 60 80-85% 2 waspada, potensi sedang 5. Sumatera Barat 14 85-90% 4 85-90% 0 80-85% 1 80-85% 0 80-85% 4 aman, potensi rendah 6. Jambi 13 85-90% 0 80-85% 0 80-85% 1 85-90% 0 80-85% 0 aman, potensi rendah 7. Sumatera Selatan 34 85-90% 1 80-85% 1 80-85% 0 80-85% 1 80-85% 1 aman, potensi rendah 8. Bengkulu 3 85-90% 0 80-85% 2 80-85% 0 80-85% 0 80-85% 0 aman, potensi rendah 9. Kep. Bangka Belitung 17 80-85% 7 80-85% 0 75-80% 2 75-80% 4 80-85% 0 aman, potensi rendah 10. Lampung 5 80-85% 2 85-90% 2 85-90% 0 80-85% 4 80-85% 1 aman, potensi rendah 11. Kalimantan Barat 124 80-85% 1 80-85% 0 75-80% 5 80-85% 0 80-85% 1 aman, potensi rendah 12. Kalimantan Tengah 35 80-85% 1 80-85% 1 75-80% 0 75-80% 0 80-85% 0 aman, potensi rendah 13. Kalimantan Selatan 4 85-90% 0 85-90% 0 80-85% 0 80-85% 1 80-85% 0 aman, potensi rendah 14. Kalimantan Timur 16 80-85% 10 80-85% 6 75-80% 17 75-80% 10 80-85% 5 waspada, potensi sedang 15. Kalimantan Utara 13 80-85% 2 80-85% 1 85-90% 0 80-85% 1 80-85% 0 aman, potensi rendah 16. Sulawesi Barat 2 80-85% 4 75-80% 0 80-85% 1 75-80% 0 80-85% 4 aman, potensi rendah 17. Sulawesi Tengah 3 80-85% 16 75-80% 3 80-85% 5 75-80% 4 80-85% 0 aman, potensi rendah 18. Papua Barat 216 80-85% 1 75-80% 13 80-85% 0 75-80% 0 75-80% 1 aman, potensi rendah 19. Papua 250 80-85% 2 80-85% 1 80-85% 0 80-85% 0 80-85% 4 aman, potensi rendah April, 2020 Mei, 2020No. Provinsi Jumlah KHG Data Kelembaban Tanah (Soil Moisture ) dan Potensi Titik Panas (Hotspot ) Tren Kewaspadaan Potensi Karhutla 2020Januari, 2020 Februari, 2020 Maret, 2020
  21. 21. STRATEGY FOR FILLING THE GAB: 1. • Completing the peatland ecosystem inventory. • Completing the determination of peatland ecosystem function with scale of 1:50.000 as operational reference of peatland ecosystem protection and management, as well as restoration. 2. • Equip ground water monitoring system in non concession holders, either in manual or data logger – real time monitoring system - to support the determination of water level management and peatland ecosystem quality index based on peat hydrological unit. 3. • Completing the establishment of Information System for Peatland Ecosystem Protection and Management Ecosystem (RPPEG) as Decission Support System, FDRS, etc, including providing information for public awareness and participation in peatland protection and management.
  22. 22. TERIMA KASIH The Ministry of Environment and Forestry Sustainable Peatland Management http://pkgppkl.menlhk.go.id/

Presented by SPM. Budisusanti, Director of Peatland Degradation Control, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia, at "Online Workshop Series:Exploring Criteria and Indicators for Tropical Peatland Restoration", on 2 Sep 2020. This session explored the challenges of peatland management in Indonesia. Speaker identified gaps in peatland management and provided some strategies to overcome those gaps. This presentation also shared the information management system for peatlands developed by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Republic of Indonesia and its partners.

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