Berlin Environmental Atlas

02.12 Groundwater Levels of the Main Aquifer and Panke Valley Aquifer 2009 (Edition 2009)

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Map 02.12 Groundwater Levels 2008 (Edition 2009)

Explanations and Imprint of the Map

The geological situation is shown up to a depth of 5 m maximum.
For a simple description only the main layer is shown in the case of several layers.
The depiction on the map does not absolve from the duty of local investigations.
On the plateaus there can be temporary suspended groundwater ("stack water").

Imprint of the Map

1 : 50 000

Published by:
Senate Department for Health, the Environment and Consumer Protection

SenGesUmV II E 3 (Geology and Groundwater Management)

Scientifical Editing:
Alexander Limberg, Ulrike Hörmann

Cartographical Editing:
Wolfhard Schröter

1,771 groundwater measured data and 33 surface water measured data from measurement net works of state groundwater survey Berlin, water supply Berlin, water work Brandenburg and state environmental administration Brandenburg, May 2009.

Data from:
May 2009

Based on the geologic maps:
Geological view Berlin 1 : 50 000, 2008, Senate Department for Health, the Environment and Consumer Protection
based on the Geological view Berlin and Surrounding 1 : 100 000, published by: Landesamt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe Brandenburg in Zusammenarbeit mit der Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung und Umweltschutz Berlin - Abt. IV, Kleinmachnow und Berlin 1995

Based on the topographic map:
Overview map Berlin 1 : 50 000, Senat Department for Urban Development, 2004

Revised Edition 2009

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