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Contributed by

Harris Ritonga

Subject

IRM, DRR, CCA, EMR, Landscapes, Resilience, Urban resilience, Climate Finance, Livelihoods, Gender, Investments, Planning, Policy, Climate Information, Water, Ecosystem services, Integrated water resource management

Other

Wetlands International Indonesia, Demak, Indonesia, Coastal, ecosystem, Permeable structure, lowland, mitigation, Lahan Gambut, Peatland, Drainability limit

Country

Indonesia, resilient, CARE International Indonesia, Wetlands International Indonesia, KARINA KWI, PMI, Palang Merah Indonesia, IFRC Indonesia, RCCC, Food Security, Integrated Risk Management, IRM, Gender, Drough, Purple sweet patato, Coastal ecosystem, Permeable structur, Demak, Lahan Gambut, Drainability limit, Banten, Peatland, subsidence

Date

15 April 19

Document type

Book, Case study, Article

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Drainability limit is a point-of-no-return boundary condition that marks the start of high-cost peat land management and it is also a boundary where the restoration of peatland ecosystems is no longer successful. Therefore drainage limit is a technical aspect of peatland which should receive important attention and need to be assessed

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