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Impervious Soil Coverage (Sealing of Soil Surface) 2005

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Figures

Fig. 1: Temperature curves over various surfaces

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Fig. 2: Diagram of the hybrid mapping method

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Fig. 3: Diagram of the Spectral Classification of Non-Built-Up Sections

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Fig. 4: Diagram of rule-based classification

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Fig. 5: Result of rule-based classification

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Fig. 6: Degree of impervious coverage by borough (in percent of total area w/o bodies of water)

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Fig. 6: Degree of impervious coverage by borough (in percent of total area w/o bodies of water)

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Tables

Tab. 1: Overview of impervious pavement classes

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Tab. 2: Remote-Sensing-Relevant Section-Type Categories

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Tab. 3: Assignment variants: Degree of vegetation – Degree of impervious coverage

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Tab. 4: Correction factor by section type

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Tab. 5: Impervious coverage classes in non-built-up impervious areas

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Tab. 6: Mean degrees of impervious coverage and mean precision of ascertainment per section type

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Tab. 7: Mean degrees of impervious coverage by land-use type

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Tab. 8: Results of mapping of impervious coverage in Berlin, 1990 to 2005. No change of the impervious area can be seen from the results of impervious coverage maps (all information refers to the total area of Berlin, incl. streets and bodies of water). These figures doe not indicate any reduction in impervious coverage over the course of this time period.

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