Surface Runoff, Percolation, Total Runoff and Evaporation from Precipitation 2005



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  • 02.13.1 Surface Runoff from Precipitation

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  • 02.13.2 Percolation from Precipitation

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  • 02.13.3 Total Runoff from Precipitation

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  • 02.13.4 Percolation from Precipitation without Consideration for Impervious Coverage

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  • 02.13.5 Evaporation from Precipitation

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  • Fig. 1: Water balance in vegetation areas and impervious areas

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  • Fig. 2: Flow Chart of the ABIMO Model

    Image: from Bach 1997, modified

  • Fig. 2a: Contents of symbols of the flow chart ABIMO model

    Image: from Bach 1997, modified

  • Fig. 3: Representation of the Bagrov equation for select values of the parameter n, and dependence of this parameter upon land use and soil type

    Image: from Glugla et al. 1995

  • Fig.4: The Berlin water balance (long-term mean values in million cu.m., without bodies of water)



  • Tab. 1: Effective degree of connection of impervious areas to the sewage system (sewage service level) for Berlin urban structural types

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  • Tab. 2: Effectivity Parameter n und Infiltration Factor Fi for Various Surface Imperviousness Classes

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  • Tab. 3: Relationship between Surface Runoff, Percolation and Evaporation for Areas of various Types, Imperviousness etc.

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    Document: Köppel/Deiwick 2004

  • Tab. 4: Long-term mean runoff formation values

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    Document: determined with ABIMO3

  • Tab. 5: Surface Runoff from the Separate Sewage System into Bodies of Water in Berlin, as Long-term Mean Values (data 12/2005; interpretation 01/2007)

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