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A. Van de Maelestraat 96 B-9320 Erembodegem Belgium Water Statistics - Work Session 2a Vienna, 20-22.06.2005 Rudy Vannevel Towards HARMONIZATION.

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1 A. Van de Maelestraat 96 B-9320 Erembodegem Belgium Water Statistics - Work Session 2a Vienna, Rudy Vannevel Towards HARMONIZATION of the WATER REPORTING PROCESS

2 Water management Information needs Information strategy Information utilization Data analysis Data collection The Information cycle (after Timmerman&Langaas (2004)

3 Water management Information needs Data analysis Data collection Monitoring programmes Information utilisation IT- PROCESS POLICY PROCESS REPORTING PROCESS MONITORING PROCESS Assessment strategies Data handling Assessment & reporting

4 Data bases Questionnaires Reports Monitoring strategies POLICY PROCESS MONITORING PROCESSIT-PROCESS REPORTING PROCESS Environmental Information Cycle

5 Optimising data bases Harmonising questionnaires Review report formats Harmonising monitoring strategies POLICY PROCESS MONITORING PROCESS REPORTING PROCESS Reporting tables (CIRT) Data bases Questionnaires Reports Monitoring strategies IT-PROCESS

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8 DPSIR CIRT 1 H2O supply H2O uses WW disch. H2O accounts... CIRT 2 WWT. Connectivity rate Treatment capacity Sludge Discharges Effluents H2O accounts... Activ. & services DPSIR CIRT 5 Sampl.sitesSampling H2O courses CIRT 7 Sampling Analyses Parameters CIRT 8 Parameters Sampling sites CIRT 10 CIRT 9 Env. standards Parameters Results Sampling sites Parameters Tested results DPSIR CIRT 5 Measures

9 CONTENT REPORTING TABLES ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ECONOMIC ISSUES SOCIAL ISSUES WATER ISSUES NON-WATER ISSUES WATER CHAIN WATER SYSTEM Water Quantity (availability, use, supply) Water Quality (waste water discharges) Sanitation tools (waste water treatment) Other policy tools (levies, permits) ACCOUNTS WATER ACCOUNTS NON-WATER ACCOUNTS Fresh water Marine water Surface water Ground- water Water quality Water quantity Water massSedimentsBiota

10 CONTENT REPORTING TABLES: NEW ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUESECONOMIC ISSUES SOCIAL ISSUES WATER ISSUES NON-WATER ISSUES WATER CHAIN WATER SYSTEM Water Quantity (availability, use, supply) Water Quality (waste water discharges) Sanitation tools (waste water treatment) levies, permits, communication ACCOUNTS WATER ACCOUNTS NON-WATER ACCOUNTS Fresh water Marine water Surface water Ground- water Water quality Water quantity Water mass SedimentsBiota Suspended solids Soil Air erosion air deposition

11 D P S I R Emissions Discharges Water abstractions Water quantity Water quality Habitat quality Biodiversity Health Biodiversity & habitat changes Policy instruments Water & load balances D- Water accounts P- Water accounts S- Water accounts I- Water accounts R- Water accounts Environmental analysis Economic analysis Impact analysis Load reductions Scenario analysis

12 Water management Information needs Data analysis Data collection Monitoring programmes Information utilisation Assessment strategies Data handling Assessment & reporting Harmonisation questionnaires Harmonisation of reports Datawarehouse applications Manuals on monitoring IT-tools: EU COM: WISE EEA: EEIS New WQI Developed vs developing countries

13 Internat. level Country level Harmonisation questionnaires & reports 1 QuestQuest 1Quest n Common Questionnaire INTERN. POLICY PROCESS Report 1Report 2Report n Common Report Who will conduct the harmonisation process? Common Indicatorset Ind.set 1Ind.set n

14 Harmonisation questionnaires & reports Country Common report Int. Org. 2Int. Org. 1 Quest 1Quest 2Quest n Country Common Quest Int. Org. 2Int. Org. 1 Rep 1Rep 2Rep n EU COM EEA OECD EUROSTAT UN OECD/ESTAT REQ & IWJQ OECD COMP EUROSTAT AU II UN QES Example:Sectoral analysis EWN-e Mutual profit ! Facilitates reporting process Cost-saving Emphasis on future needs Increases new data delivery but Harmonisation is a prerequisite

15 Developing vs developed countries LOCAL REGIONAL NATIONAL CONTINENTAL WORLDWIDE Harmonisation Developed countries : data management ! Developing countries : monitoring ! Differentiation

16 Country 2Country 1 Datawarehousing DB 1DB 2DB n Country 2Country 1 DB 1DB 2DB n IT-tool 1IT-tool nDWH Int. Org. 2Int. Org. 1 Rep 1Rep 2Rep n Int. Org. Common Report format Harmonisation

17 D P S I R DPSIR overarching Water Quality Index Actual status (SoE) Environmental trend analysis Actual pressuresPressure trend analysis Response effectiveness Carrying capacity = Policy evaluation ! Load reduction = Load balance ! = not spatial related ! = Basis for objective ranking of countries


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