Vegetation Heights 2020



  • Vegetation Heights as Word document

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  • Documentation Vegetation Hights 2020 [only in German]

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  • 06.10.2 Vegetation Heights

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  • Fig. 1: Section of Berlin’s tree stock, Preußenpark Wilmersdorf area, background: map of Berlin 1 : 5,000

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  • Fig. 2: Section of the geo base data and factual data used: ALKIS building layer (red), ISU5 block (segment) borders (yellow), roadside trees/ objects (dark green), trees/ objects in parks or recreational areas (light green) with the true orthophotos from 2020 in the background

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  • Fig. 3: Principle for generating a normalised Digital Surface Model (nDSM)

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    Document: LUP 2021

  • Fig. 4: top: 2020 true orthophoto, bottom: NDVI, normalised vegetation index, on the left: JVA Moabit (former prison facility)

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  • Fig. 5: Location of the sample areas used for method development, background: true orthophotos from 2020

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    Document: LUP 2021

  • Fig. 6: Section of the result of the classification in the Großer Tiergarten area

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  • Fig. 7: Absolute sizes of areas covered with vegetation in the 12 boroughs of Berlin in 2010 and 2020

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  • Fig. 8: Distribution (in percent) of the area covered with vegetation in the 12 boroughs of Berlin (as of August 2020)

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  • Fig. 9: Results of the classification in Berlin’s inner city: dense, highly impervious inner-city development on both sides of Friedrichstraße (left) and Wilhelminian block development with a high share of greenery in the area of Görlitzer Park (right)

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  • Fig. 10: Results of the classification in the area of loose, very green development on the edge of the inner city (inside the City Rail Circle Line): row houses and duplexes with yards in “Neu-Tempelhof” (left) and row development with landscaped residential greenery south of “An der Wuhlheide” in Treptow-Köpenick (right)

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  • Fig. 11: Shares of vegetation heights of the total vegetation area in Berlin in 2020

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  • Fig. 12: Changes in the vegetation area shares (in %) of the block (segment) areas between 2010 and 2020

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  • Fig. 13: Changes in vegetation height in metres at grid level (1*1 m²) between 2010 and 2020

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  • Tab. 1: Attribute label and factual data display of the 2020 Vegetation Heights dataset

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  • Tab. 2: Shares of the change classes (in %) in relation to the total area covered with vegetation in Berlin, compared to the year 2010 (as of August 2020)

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