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Soil Associations 2015

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Figures

Fig. 1: Diagram demonstrating the classification process of soil associations

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Fig. 2: Luvisol – arenic cambisol

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Fig. 3: Dystric cambisol – colluvial cambisol

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Fig. 4: Spodo-dystric cambisol – podzols – colluvial Dystric cambisols

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Fig. 5: Stagno-gleyed cambisol – eutro-gleyic cambisol

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Fig. 6: Eutro-gleyic cambisol – gleysol – eutric histosol

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Fig. 7: Necrosols + eutro-gleyic cambic hortisol + gleysol

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Fig. 8: Lithosol + calcic regosol + calcaric regosol

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Fig. 9: Loose lithosol + humic regosol + calcaric regosol

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Fig. 10: Loose lithosol + regosol + calcaric regosol

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Tables

Tab. 1: Overview of soil-forming factors and soil development processes

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Tab. 2: Soil classification

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Tab. 3: Basis of the map of soil associations of Berlin

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Tab. 4: Landscape segments, land uses and their effects on soils

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Tab. 5: Classification guidelines for soil associations, in dependence on use category and degree of impervious coverage

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Tab. 6: Classification of soil associations of natural lithogenesis

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Tab. 7: Soil association and its characteristic soil types, use/ formation and frequency

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Tab. 8: List of soil type abbreviations used in figures 2 - 10

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