Friedrichshäuser Bruch

Soil profile of the sampling site Friedrichshäuser Bruch; Photo: FhG IME
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The sampling site Friedrichshäuser Bruch is located in the forest district Sievershausen at an altitude of about 500 m.

The soil sampling site is situated in a spruce stand. The dominant soil is a Braunerde (German soil classification KA 4), partly with Pseudogley features. The parent material consists of a relatively thin loess-loam layer over bunter.

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  • 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.


Sampling period

2002 - 2019

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