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Surface Runoff, Percolation, Total Runoff and Evaporation from Precipitation 2017

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Figures

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

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Fig. 2: Flow chart of the ABIMO model

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

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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

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

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Fig. 5: Distribution of the precipitation zones used in ArcSIWA

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Fig. 6: Annual values of percolation water rates in Berlin for the period 1961 to 1990

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Fig. 6: Annual values of percolation water rates in Berlin for the period 1961 to 1990

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Fig. 7: Long-term monthly percolation water rates for the period 1961 to 1990

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Fig. 7: Long-term monthly percolation water rates for the period 1961 to 1990

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Tables

Tab. 1: Effective degree of connection of impervious areas to the wastewater/sewage system (sewage service level) for the (differentiated) area types of Berlin (Evaluation as of 2012, area types as of 2010, degree of connection as of 1997, 2003)

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Tab. 2: Effectivity parameter n and 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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Tab. 4: Long-term mean runoff formation values, with and without consideration of the planted roofs, as of 2017

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Tab. 5: Rainwater discharge into the sewage system – catchment areas and runoffs (long-term mean, as of 2017)

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