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01.17 Geological Outline (Edition 2013)

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Explanations and Imprint of the Map

The representation shows the geological situation down to a maximum depth of 5 m.
If there are several layers, only the dominant layer is shown, for the sake of simplicity.
The presentation of information on this map does not constitute an excuse from the duty to carry out project-related investigations.
* Here, surface-proximate groundwater (so-called water layers) may form
** The small occurrence of rupelton clay is located north of Waidmannslust

Imprint of the Map

Scale:
1:50,000

Published by:
Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment in Berlin
Unit Communication

Conception:
SenStadtUm Division VIII E 3, Geology and groundwater management

Scientific processing:
Ulrike Hörmann, Alexander Limberg

Cartographic processing:
Wolfhard Schröter

Data Base:
1,829 groundwater measurements and 31 surface water measurements from the Measurement Network of the Berlin State Groundwater Service of the Berlin Waterworks, the waterworks in Brandenburg and the Brandenburg State Environmental Agency, of May 2007

End of work
May 2007

Geological cartographic base:
Geological outline of Berlin 1:50,000, 2007, of the Senate Administration for Health, Environment and Consumer Affairs, on the basis of the Geological Overview Map of Berlin and the Surrounding Area, 1:100,000, by: The Brandenburg State Agency for Raw Materials and Earth Sciences, in cooperation with the Berlin Senate Administration for Environmental Protection, Sect. IV, Kleinmachnow and Berlin 1995

Topographical map base:
Overview Map of Berlin, 1 : 50,000, of the Berlin Senate Administration for Urban Development, 2004

Edition 2013

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