Presentation on theme: "Update on the status of RBMP reporting"— Presentation transcript:
1 Update on the status of RBMP reporting WISE Working Group D, DG Env Brussels13/Mette Wolstrup, Atkins Danmark a/s
2 RBDs and sub unitsDownload of submitted RBD subunits spatial data from cdr /eionet webpageImport of data to geodatabase and compilation of one layerTesting for boundary inconsistencies (gaps/overlaps)Adding new attribute information from WFD master database
3 State of RBDSUCA submission MSCompleted reportingRBDSUCARBD spatialAT**ESMTBEFINLBGFRPLCYHUPTCZIERODE*ITSEDKLTSIEELUSKELLVUKNONOTES: Status: 12/10/2010The reporting status columns reflect if largely complete (green), partial (yellow) or no reporting (red) has been done.The RBDSUCA column refers to whether the XML schema has been submittedThe RBD spatial column refers to whether spatial data has been submitted for RBDs* No updates made to previous spatial submission** RBD spatial data submitted at RBD level, not national
4 Spatial submissions Data submitted by: AT, BG, CZ,DE, EL, ES, GR, FI, FR, HU, IE, LV,NL, NO, PL, RO, SK, UKNo data submitted by:BE, CY, DK, EE,IT, LT, LU, MT,PT
5 Compilation of spatial layer Data was mergedinto one layer andchecked forboundaryinconsistencies.
6 Quality assessmentData imported into a geodatabase and merged to one layerCheck for boundary inconsistencies by building new topology.Comments:Boundary inconsistencies areevident between all countriesNational inconsistencies were foundwithin FR, UK and ROThere are overlaps and gaps between all national boundaries ranging from 1cm to > 100 meters. This indicates that at least one of two neighbouring countries does not snap to ERM or the use of a too high cluster tolerance – depending on method.
7 Next stepsAdding of European level attribute information (e.g. for joining as international RBDs)Release of updated layer as reference dataset this yearCall for remaining countries to supply RBDSUCA xml and spatial information otherwise previous submission will be used