80 hotspots monitored in South Sumatra, BMKG issues early warning on forests and forestry

TIME.CO, Palembang – A total of 80 access point (access point) has been monitored in the South Sumatra region over the past 24 hours. Of these, the hottest spots are located in Ogan Komering Ilir (OKI) regency.

Syafrul Yunardy, chief of the division of protection and conservation of natural resources and ecosystems at the South Sumatra Forest Service, recorded 37 hot spots in the OKI on peatlands and another 14 spots outside peat.

Data collected between 12 noon yesterday and 12 noon today also found 6 non-peat hot spots in Ogan Komering Ilir, 5 peat-free hot spots in East Ogan Komering Ulu and 2 peat-free hot spots in Ogan Komering Ulu.

Besides that, hot spots outside the peat area have been detected, namely in the hot spots of Musi Rawas 2, Muara Enim (1), Ogan Komering Ulu Selatan (1), Prabumulih City (1) and Ogan Ilir (1).


Meanwhile South Sumatra BMKG has issued an early warning for the risk of easy occurrence of forest and land fires (karhutla) in OKI, Ogan Ilir, Banyuasin, Musi Banyuasin, Muara Enim, PALI, Prabumulih, OKU, OKU East, Musi Areas of Rawas and North Musi Rawas.

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