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Soil-Scientific Characteristic Values 2015

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01.06.1 Soil Textures

Tab. 1: Soil textures and their occurrence in Berlin, based on the Bodenkundliche Kartieranleitung

GIF-Document (20.8 kB) Document: Soil-scientific mapping guidelines, 2005

Tab. 2: Designations of Coarse Soil Types Occurring in Berlin Soils

GIF-Document (6.5 kB) Document: Soil-scientific mapping guidelines, 2005

Tab. 3: Designations of peat textures occurring in Berlin soils, according to the Bodenkundliche Kartieranleitung

GIF-Document (4.7 kB) Document: Soil-scientific mapping guidelines, 2005

01.06.2 Usable Field Capacity of Shallow-Root Plants

Tab. 1: Usable field capacity for the shallow and deep-root zones (in mm) and their evaluation

GIF-Document (9.0 kB) Document: according to GRENZIUS (1987)

01.06.4 Usable Field Capacity of the Effective Root Zone

Tab. 1: Depths of the Effective Root Zone (in dm), by Soil Type and Use

GIF-Document (7.9 kB) Document: Plath-Dreetz et al. 1988

Tab. 2: Field capacity of the Effective Root Zone

GIF-Document (5.9 kB) Document: Soil-Scientific Mapping Directive 1994

01.06.5 Humus Quantity

Tab. 1: Average Humus Contents by Use

GIF-Document (10.2 kB) Document: compiled from Fahrenhorst et al. (1990)

Tab. 2: Humus content levels, according to typical amounts of Berlin soils

GIF-Document (6.5 kB) Document: Gerstenberg, 2017

01.06.6 Organic Carbon Stock

Tab. 1: Organic carbon stock levels

GIF-Document (4.4 kB) Document: Gerstenberg 2017

01.06.7 pH Values of Topsoil

Tab. 1: pH levels according to Bodenkundliche Kartieranleitung

GIF-Document (9.9 kB) Document: Soil-Scientific Mapping Directive 1994, modified

01.06.8 Sum of Exchangeable Basic Cations in the Topsoil (S-Value)

Tab. 1: Relationship between Alkaline Saturation (Bs) in % and pH (CaCl2) of Mineral Soil Zones in Berlin

GIF-Document (15.8 kB) Document: Grenzius 1987

Tab. 2: S-value levels

GIF-Document (7.8 kB) Document: Schlichting et al. 1995, Gerstenber and Faensen-Thiebes, 2005

01.06.9 Mean Effective Cation Exchange Capacity (KAKeff)

Tab. 1: Average KAK values of the soil textures, according to the Bodenkundliche Kartieranleitung

GIF-Document (11.2 kB) Document: Soil-scientific mapping guidelines, 2005

Tab. 2: pH factors to determine the effective KAK of the humus share, according to the Bodenkundliche Kartieranleitung

GIF-Document (5.7 kB) Document: Soil-scientific mapping guidelines, 2005

Tab. 3: Relationship between Humus Content and Potential KAK

GIF-Document (6.5 kB) Document: Soil-scientific mapping guidelines, 1994, with added Z3 peat

Tab. 4: Effective Cation Capacity Levels

GIF-Document (6.1 kB) Document: Soil-scientific mapping guidelines, 2005

01.06.10 Saturated Water Permeability (kf)

Tab. 1: Water Permeability in Water-Saturated Soil (kf value) by Soil Type at the Mean Effective Retention Density of Ld3, Supplemented by Medium-Decomposed Peat (Z 3) at Medium Substance Volume (SV 3)

GIF-Document (12.1 kB) Document: from the Soil-Scientific Mapping Directive (1994)

Tab. 2: Classification of Water Permeability in Water-Saturated Soil

GIF-Document (6.3 kB) Document: Soil-Scientific Mapping Directive 1994