Expected Mean Highest Groundwater Level (EMHGL) 2016
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Fig. 1: Minimum distance between the bottom of the percolation facility and the mean highest groundwater level/expected mean highest groundwater level (MHGL/EMHGL)
Fig. 2: Groundwater hydrographs from measuring points in the glacial valley with MHGL values for periods with apparently no or only little artificial influence through groundwater extractions or discharges.
Fig. 3: Area of validity of the EMHGL map for the glacial valley and the Panke valley
Fig. 4: Area of the groundwater flow model for developing the EHGL map and the EMHGL map for the Berlin glacial valley
Fig. 5: North-South section with vertical discretisation of the numerical groundwater flow model
Fig. 6: Location of the 103 groundwater measuring points used for the EMHGL model adaptation
Fig. 7: Hydrograph of the groundwater measuring point 214 with recorded mean highest groundwater level (MHGL) for the period 1998 to 2005 and modelled expected mean highest groundwater level (EMHGL).
Fig. 8: Hydrograph of the groundwater measuring point no. 293 with the MHGL values for the periods 1990 to 2014 (black), 1990 to 2001 (green) and 2002 to 2014 (red)