Bewertung von Bodenfunktionen in Bayern – Stand und Weiterentwicklung der Bewertungsmethoden

Die Bodenfunktionenbewertung wird in Bayern vom Landesamt für Umwelt (LfU) auf Grundlage der Konzeptbodenkarte (1:25.000) und modellhaften Profilen durchgeführt. Z. Zt. wird das nordostbayerische Kristallin und Paläozoikum bearbeitet. Die Bewertungsmethoden werden an diesen Naturraum angepasst (Säurepuffervermögen, Nitratrückhaltevermögen u. a.). Die Ergebnisse liegen ab 2007 beim LfU vor.

Mit Inkrafttreten des Bundesbodenschutzgesetzes und seiner untergesetzlichen Regelwerke Ende der 90er Jahre ist der Begriff der Bodenfunktionen in der Gesetzgebung verankert. In den Folgejahren wurden auf Länderebene wissenschaftliche Grundlagen zur Bewertung der in den Gesetzen genannten Funktionen geschaffen.
Abstract: The evaluation of soil functions in Bavaria is carried out by the Bavarian Environment Agency (LfU) on the basis of soil association maps (1:25.000) and idealised soil profiles. At the moment the focus is laid on the palaeozoic and crystalline basement of Northeastern Bavaria. The valuation methods are adapted to this area (acid buffering, nitrate filtration et al.). The outcomes will be available from 2007 at the LfU.
Keywords: soil function, soil protection, soil evaluation, acid buffering, nitrate filtration

Schlagworte: Bodenfunktion, Bodenschutz, Bodenbewertung, Säurepuffervermögen, Nitratrückhaltevermögen;

Copyright: © Bayerisches Landesamt für Umwelt
Quelle: 4. Bodenschutztage Marktredwitz 2006 (Mai 2006)
Seiten: 6
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Autor: Wolfgang Falk

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