The sampling site Bornhöveder Seengebiet is located on arable land in the catchment area of Lake Belau.
The predominant soils are
Kolluvisol-Braunerden (German soil classification KA 4) originating from ice-age sedimentation and run-off material. The soil sampling site of the Environmental Specimen Bank is situated in the direct neighbourhood of the permanent soil monitoring site
BDF24 of the Federal state of Schleswig-Holstein. That makes a data exchange possible between the two projects.
Please, click the image to open the soil profile description.
Sub-area dominated by stretches of water in the young moraine landscape of East Holstein
Soil is livelihood and biosphere for humans, animals, plants and soil organisms. All the substances brought in are transported, transformed and/or accumulated in the soil.
Eighty percent of all elements on earth are metals
Only eighteen elements in the periodic table
Group of organic compounds with at least one covalently bonded chlorine atom
Toxic and persistent organochloropesticide
Several isomeric compounds among the group of chlorinated hydrocarbons
Group of organic compounds with at least three condensed six-membered rings
Organic compounds which are fully (per-) or partially (poly-) fluorinated
Atoms of one element with different weights
Flame retardants reduce the flammability of objects
Salts of perchloric acid
Additional information for the interpretation of contamination data
2002 - 2014
Links to external information and legislation
Bodenprofilaufnahme und Charakterisierung der Bodenprobenahmeflächen der Umweltprobenbank des Bundes
Lämmerhirt, Merle; Weinfurtner, Karlheinz
Schmallenberg: Fraunhofer-Institut für Molekularbiologie und Angewandte Oekologie, 2004. - 90; FKZ: 301 02 006, 2004