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1 Combining WFD data with other WISE datasets Peter Kristensen European Environment Agency

2 2012 EEA water report The knowledge base to classify the ecological and chemical status, pressures and impacts was not optimal for the first RBMPs. However, compared to the situation before the WFD, there has been a significant improvement of the knowledge base and increased transparency by bringing together information on all characteristics, pressures and impacts on water bodies at basin level. The quality of the EEA’s assessments relies on the quality of the Member States’ reports and data delivery. There are examples of very good, high- quality reporting. However, there are also cases where reporting contains gaps or contradictions. Bad or incomplete reporting can lead to wrong and/or incomplete assessments. The WFD implementation report required by Article 18 of the WFD states that the report shall include among others “a review of the status of surface water and groundwater in the Community undertaken in coordination with the European Environment Agency”. In the first implementation report this review was based on both the State of Environment (SoE) information provided by EEA Member Countries through the EIONET reporting and the status and pressure results reported at water body level. To obtain the best benefit out of this two level approach a better streamlining between WFD and SoE reporting is still needed.

3 3 Linking the different databases WISE system development – using and developing EEA infrastructure from the content perspective SoE Rivers SoE Lakes SoE GW SoE Emissions WFD data Water accounting, ECRINS Waterbase Spatial datasets Other directives SoE MarineMSFD data Common codes, reference system Event/ date: WISE SG Brussels 2014/03/31 Author: Olaf Büttner, Beate Werner

4 Combining WFD data with other WISE datasets BWD database sites BW quality (years) UWWTD database Aggomerations WWT plants Compliance WFD database Water quality database Water bodies Ecological status Pressures Stations (rivers, lakes, coastal) Water quality (years) Common codes WFD Water body code Monitoring station codes Coordinates Names (e.g. Lake name)

5 WFD monitoring stations and WISE SoE Stations

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8 Not a WFD_Monitoring station - a WFD_Monitoring station Blank information on WFD station – Total river stations of which WFD stations Station information WISE-SoE rivers +71

9 Waterbase Rivers stations WFD Monitoring Stations ~67200 stations Match by WFD(EU_CD station_code) – WaterbaseRivers (WFD_EU_CD) 4875 stations: AT (27), BE (290), BG (90), CY (31), CZ (56), DE (259), EE (93), FI (178), FR (1590), IE (26), IT (217), LT (85), LV (36), NL (5), PL (765), PT (60), RO (108), SE (94), SI (29), SK (112), UK (724), No match: DK, ES, GR, HR, HU, MT, NO

10 Combining WFD water bodies and WISE SoE data WFD database Water quality database Water bodies Ecological status Pressures Stations (rivers, lakes, coastal) Water quality (years) Ecological status Total phosphorus Water body code

11 Rivers: Concentration range (1st quartile, median and 3rd quartile) of annual average nutrient concentrations in river water bodies in different classes of ecological status or potential (high to bad)

12 Pollution reduction from point sources Source: EEA 2012

13 Pollution reduction from diffuse sources Source: EEA 2012

14 Combining Bathing water data with other WISE datasets WFD database Water bodies Ecological status Pressures Ecological status Bathing water Quality Water body code BWD database sites BW quality (years) In 2012 MS have reported WBID for bathing waters (out of 22397) - Many BW could be matched with WFD water bodies – but not all Bathing waters WFD Water bodies

15 Bathing waters with WBID (EUSWBCode) Match between WBID & EUSWBCode

16 Match via adjusted code

17 Ecological status of lake bathing waters according to bathing water quality 1595 lake BW had mathing ecological status (87% Excellent quality) BWs with excellent quality had better ecological status than BWs with good or sufficient quality

18 Bathing water sites and WFD water bodies Several bathing waters are not WFD water bodies Often lakes (one WFD water body) have many bathing waters

19 Urban Waste Water Treatment Discharge points – with SWBcode (SWBID) of discharge points had SWBcode In some case WFD and UWWT codes have a good match WFD SWBs UWWT discharge point WBID

20 Combining WFD Water Bodies and stations with Waterbase Stations

21 Reference system based on WFD water bodies

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23 Summary The stations in the different WISE- databases will be linked to WaterBodies Common stations in WFD monitoring and WISE-SoE will be identified Common station description for all databases Hierarchical system will enable different aggregation of information – tomorrows discussion of geographical information EEA will during the next year provide country fiches and probably RBD fiches

24 Country Fiche Overviews of what countries have reported by the different reporting streams/databases: WISE-SoE, WFD, other directives Comments for clarification to countries Aim to improve the quality of the different databases e/http://www.tcvode.si/wise_soe_country_fich e/ To be further discused at the Eionet freshwater workshop end June

25 First RBMPs reported 210 river water bodies - 10 with shape files – 210 with centroid coordinates

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27 Corsica LinkLink - Accès par département Accès par territoire SDAGE Accès par entité milieu Accès par moteur de recherche Sub-basins (Streams) Channels Standing waters Transitional waters Coastal waters Groundwater

28 Sub-basins (Streams) Généralités Caractéristiques des masses d'eau du sous bassin Qualité / État du milieu Pressions importantes Mesures complémentaires au titre du programme de mesures Paysage socio-économique Existence de zones protégées DCE et autres réglementations Existence de démarches locales Milieux associés Documents annexes Fiche de synthèse sous bassins (masses d'eau cours d'eau) : Fium Albino

29 Fium Albino Généralités Caractéristiques des masses d'eau du sous bassin Généralités Code du sous-bassin : CR_22_33 Superficie (km2) : 48.7 Territoire SDAGE : Cap Corse Département(s) : 2B Région(s) : CORS Caractéristiques des masses d'eau du sous bassin

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32 Monitoring stations (Aliso river) Link Physico-chemical water quality Micropollutants Biology

33 Monitoring stations - rivers LinkLink -


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