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  1. The hotspots depicted in the map are derived from the NOAA-18 satellite. Hotspots go undetected when the area is not covered in the satellite pass or under cloudy / overcast conditions.
  2. The surface winds (depicted by arrows in the map) are valid for 0600 UTC on the date indicated in the map.The length of the arrow represents the relative wind speed - longer arrows correspond to stronger winds. Click here for corresponding 0630 UTC satellite picture.
  3. This map is updated by 1000 UTC (6 pm SGT) daily.
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Footage of massive forest fires as Indonesia's carbon bomb explodes [Video] - 07 Oct, 2015
JAKARTA: Shocking drone footage captured by Greenpeace Southeast Asia field researchers shows the massive underground peat fires burning across Indonesia. Read more...

Pressure mounts in Singapore as footage shows widespread Indonesia fires - 07 Oct, 2015
JAKARTA, Oct 7 — New aerial footage released today showed smoke billowing from Indonesian forest fires as smog-choked Singapore’s biggest supermarket chain announced a ban on products from a paper company accused over the haze shrouding Southeast Asia. Read more...

    Videos: Peatlands in Southeast Asia 

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EU Ambassadors visit to Raja Musa Forest Reserve. GEF-6 Consultation Meeting, Kuala Lumpur   Field Visit in Riau, 13-14 November 2014  More photos >>




The ASEAN Peatland Forests Project (APFP) was completed in 2014. SEApeat activities will continue up to June 2015, and a new project for peatland conservation in Southeast Asia is under development.

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