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Berlin Environmental Atlas

05.04 Age and Inventory Structure of the Forests (Edition 2015)

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Grunewald Forestry Agency

Fig. 8: Tree Species Distribution, Grunewald Forestry Agency (Main Stock)
Fig. 8: Tree Species Distribution, Grunewald Forestry Agency (Main Stock)

Tree Species Distribution, Grunewald Forestry Agency (Main Stock)
Tree-Species Group Area in hectares
ALh 188.7
ALn 701.1
Beech 172.5
Oak 1,223.4
Pine 3,027
Other Conifers 134,9
Total 5,447.6

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The share of oak is even more considerable in the Grunewald Forestry Agency, largely due to the lack of large pure-pine districts. The share of beech is roughly comparable to that of the Tegel Forestry Agency.

Fig. 9: Age-Class Distribution, Grunewald Forestry Agency (Main Stock)
Fig. 9: Age-Class Distribution, Grunewald Forestry Agency (Main Stock)

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A not atypical distribution for Berlin forests, though the high share of oak in the fourth age-class is conspicuous. The oaks here are predominantly present as mixed-tree species in pine stocks. The very low area share of the youngest age-class in the main stock is also conspicuous. The reason for that is that in recent decades, large-area uses were not carried out. Secondary growth does however exist in sufficient quantity in the areas of the Grunewald Forestry Agency.

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