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02.06.1 Morphology of water bodies – Overall assessment (WRRL) (Edition 2012)

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Map 02.06.1 Morphology of water bodies – Overall assessment (WRRL) (Edition 2012)

Explanations and Imprint of the Map

The mapping of the morphology of water bodies was done on geometries of the Water Framework Directive. This is why the shorelines of the block map 1:5,000 (ISU5), 31.12.2010 do not match the assessment shorelines.

Imprint of the Map

Scale:
1 : 50,000

Published by:
Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment
Special Section Communication

Special Section Communication:
Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment, VIII E 24

Text:
Informus GmbH, SenStadtUm III F 1

Database:

  • Morphological structure of rivers in Berlin as determined from the desktop survey scheme of the Federal Working Group on Water Issues (LAWA): Dahme, Spree, Havel (1999, Itox/BBGes).
  • Morphological structure of streams in Berlin as determined from the in situ survey scheme of the Federal Working Group on Water Issues (LAWA): Bullengraben, Fließgraben, Gosener Graben, Hellersdorfer Graben, Kuhlake, Laake, Lietzengraben, Plumpengraben, Rudower Fließ (SenStadt, 2004).
  • Morphological structure of the streams in Berlin as determined from the in situ survey scheme of the Federal Working Group on Water Issues (LAWA): Panke, Seegraben and Tegeler Fließ (SenStadt, 2007).
  • Morphological structure of lake shores in Berlin in the Spree and Dahme catchment areas as well as of the Pfaueninsel (Havel) as determined from the desktop survey scheme developed by the federal state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (SenGesUmV, 2008).
  • Morphological structure of the streams in Berlin as determined from the in situ survey scheme of the Federal Working Group on Water Issues (LAWA): Wuhle, Neue Wuhle (SenGesUmV, 2010).
  • Morphological structure of lake shores in Berlin in the Havel catchment area using the desktop survey scheme developed by the federal state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (SenGesUmV, 2011).

Data processing and map production:
Fell & Kernbach GmbH, Informus GmbH

End of work:
Mapping activities: 1999 - 2011, December 2012.

Based on the map:
Block map 1:5 000 (ISU5) 31.12.2010 (Environmental Atlas)

Edition 2012

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