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Vegetation 1999

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Fig. 1: Overview for using the term "real vegetation" in a temporal-historical frame in view of various levels of derivation and identification

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Fig. 2: Scheme for the derivation of basic units when planted and unplanted vegetation occur together

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Fig. 3a: Ascertainment of hemerobiotic classes

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Fig. 3b: Ascertainment of hemerobiotic classes

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Fig. 3c: Ascertainment of hemerobiotic classes

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Fig. 4: Legend units and a brief habitat characterization for each of the 55 vegetation types represented in the map

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Fig. 5: Semi-schematic profile through areas with block development; example: Holsteinische / Nassauische Strasse (in Wilmersdorf)

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Fig. 6: Semi-schematic profile through a large-scale 80's - 90's housing development; example: Lily-Braun-Strasse, corner of Am Baltenring (in Hellersdorf)

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Fig. 7: Semi-schematic profile through a larger than 50 ha park with the vegetation types "park woods" and "open spaces in larger parks"; example: Tiergarten

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Fig. 8: Semi-schematic profile through fallow railway grounds no longer in operation in combination with a railway line still in operation; example: Yorckstrasse (in Kreuzberg)

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Fig. 9: Profile through a field edge with adjoining paved road; example: Lübars

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Fig. 10: Semi-schematic profile through a moist / wet meadow complex; example: Fontinal slope "In den langen Hufen", Lübars

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Fig. 11: Semi-schematic profile through a forest area with the community series of typical pine-durmast oak forests and Moehringia trinervia-pine-durmast oak forests; example: Grunewald, section 96

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Fig. 12: Heavily schematized profile through the exposed west bank of the Havel with reed and fragmentary floating aquatic plant inventories; example: exposed west bank of Havel at Kuhhorn

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