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Groundwater Levels of the Main Aquifer and Panke Valley Aquifer 2006

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Fig. 1: Location of the nine waterworks supplying Berlin with drinking-water in May 2006

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Fig. 2: Phenomenology of Underground Water

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Fig. 3: Hydrogeological Terms

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Fig. 4a: Groundwater infiltrates into bodies of water

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Fig. 4b: Bank-filtered water caused by flood water: bodies of water infiltrate into groundwater

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Fig. 4c: Bank-filtered water caused by discharge of groundwater: caused by the lowering of the groundwater by wells, bodies of water infiltrate into groundwater

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Fig. 5: Geological Outline Map of Berlin

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Fig. 6: Hydrogeological Cross-Section of Berlin

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Fig. 7 The unconfined Panke Valley aquifer (aquifer 1) in the northwest of Berlin is situated above the main aquifer (aquifer 2), that is confined in this area

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Fig. 8: Hydrographic Curve of Groundwater Levels at a Measurement Point in the Borough of Mitte, from 1870 to the Present

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Fig. 8: Hydrographic Curve of Groundwater Levels at a Measurement Point in the Borough of Mitte, from 1870 to the Present

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Fig. 9: Drop in Raw-Water Discharge by the Berlin Water Utility during the Past 17 Years

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Fig. 9: Drop in Raw-Water Discharge by the Berlin Water Utility during the Past 17 Years

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Tables

Tab. 1: Interpolation inputs for the Kriging method

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