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Training on the SoE water reporting NRC Rivers end Lakes Ernisa CAKA Environment and Forestry Agency
The reporting obligation Reporting water quality The current reporting situation Source of data Problems or obstacles that we have in the reporting of data Presentation points
The reporting obligation Lake quality (EWN-2) (Direct RO) River quality (EWN-1) (Direct RO)
Lake quality (EWN-2) Reported 12 indicators Total Ammonium Nitrite Nitrate Orthophosphate Total Phosphorus COD BOD5 Dissolved Oxygen pH Temperature Conductivity Transparency Reporting water quality
In Lakes of Shkodra,Prespa and Butrint In 6 stations with frequency 3-4 times a year. Reporting water quality
River quality (EWN-1) Indicators that reported Total Ammonium Nitrite Nitrate Orthophosphate Total Phosphorus COD BOD5 Dissolved Oxygen pH Temperature Conductivity Reporting water quality
In Rivers of Lana, Ishmi,Erzeni,Drini, Osumi,Shkumbin,Mat,Vjosa etc In 30 stations with frequency 3-4 times a year.
IndicatorReport periodeNext Report Lake quality (EWN-2) 2009-201231/10/2013 River quality (EWN-1) 2009-201231/10/2013 The current reporting situation
Environment and Forestry Agency, Albanian Geological Survey- Lake quality (EWN-2) Environment and Forestry Agency, Albanian Geological Survey- River quality (EWN-1) Source of data
Lack of data Small budget for monitoring the performance of all indicators Lack equipment, AAS atomic absorber Problems or obstacles that we have in the reporting of data
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Water Quality Indicators
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