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Impervious Soil Coverage (Sealing of Soil Surface) 2016

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Figures

Fig. 1: Temperature Range above 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: Diagram of the 2011 Rule-based Classification

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Fig. 6: Uncorrected degrees of impervious coverage (grid data) - intermediate results of rule-based classification

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Fig. 7: Degree of impervious coverage by borough (in percentage of total area without bodies of water)

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Fig. 7: Degree of impervious coverage by borough (in percentage of total area without bodies of water)

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Fig. 8: Map of Changes in Impervious Coverage between 2005 in 2011

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Fig. 9: Degrees of impervious coverage shown in the Environmental Atlas, editions 2005, 2011 and 2016, compared with the annually generated data of the EEAL

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Fig. 9: Degrees of impervious coverage shown in the Environmental Atlas, editions 2005, 2011 and 2016, compared with the annually generated data of the EEAL

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Tables

Tab. 1: Overview of impervious pavement classes

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Tab. 2: Assignment variants: degree of vegetation - degree of impervious coverage

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Tab. 3: Corrective factor by area type

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Tab. 4: Pavement classes in non-built-up impervious areas by area type

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Tab. 5: Mean degrees of impervious coverage per area type, 2016

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Tab. 6: Mean degrees of impervious coverage by land-use type, 2016

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Tab. 7: Results of mapping of impervious coverage in Berlin, 1990 to 2016 (all information refers to the total area of Berlin, incl. streets and bodies of water). Due to changed evaluation methods, no change can be concluded for the entire period of time. The values for 1990 and 2001 are based on different evaluation methods, which do not permit any comparison with the values for 2005, 2011 and 2016. However, a comparison between 2005, 2011 and 2016 is possible.

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