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1 WISE SOE reporting on Transitional and Coastal waters Beate Werner

2 Situation before WISE Intern. Conv. M S Public EEA COM Member States Data Information Users Information Data treatment, formats, channels, deadlines

3 Intern. Conv. M S Public EEA COM Member States Data Information Users Useful Information Data treatment / aggregation Compliance checking Policy Effectiveness SoE Trends An. Purposes for reporting Drivers for data collection ways and pupose of reporting in a shared information system

4 WISE SOE as tool for EIONET data EEA indicators need regular, quality controlled information WISE was developed as tool and process to streamline reporting in water area under WFD Existing EIONET TC data flow still has to be adaptaed to WISE/WFD reporting as well as future MSFD

5 Territorial water limit (4-12 nm) EEZ limit coast line Territorial waters MS sovereignty or jurisdiction waters transitional waters High seas Marine Strategy Framework Directive Marine (Sub-)Regions Chemical status 1 nautic mile limit in WFD Water Framework Directive RBD, Water bodies Integrating EIONET data and assessments for coasts, river basins and marine regions ? SOE data flow (EIONET water) established within the WFD implementation process  Using synergies in data exchange between WFD and SOE/Eionet data  As SOE part of WISE  Building on EEA-REPORTNET tools  In first priority transitional + coastal data from WFD; stepwise extension to marine Water Framework Directive RBD, Water bodies

6 EIONET-water adaptation to WFD + MSFD (TC) conceptually under WISE Status in 2005 EIONET-water - TCM quality data nutrients - HS in biota Using Reportnet, CDR,DD Stratification;  stations representative per MS Necessary for 2010 WFD –requirements - Charact. for RBMD / Water bodies (spatial represent.) - aggregated information on type specific quality classes - surveillance and operational monitoring  adapt networks Conceptual adaptation: -SOE sites to represent River basin /water body - SOE sites to enable type specific assessment Technical - use of Reportnet tools in WISE for all reporting - WISE – GIS Networks as reported for WFD Art. 8

7 The challenge Integration into streamlined reporting under WFD; e.g. between Art. 3, 5, 8 and SOE-data/Eionet data flow Good monitoring sites for the SOE-reporting/Eionet-water Representative for water body/group of water bodies Allowing type-specific assessments Keep time series from the old Eionet water data set as far as possible Integrate between TC and M data aspects

8 SOE-process under WFD 2005-2007 SOE drafting group under WFD WG Reporting Scope of parameter of SOE-reporting for water quality inland waters station selection and defining data flow General recommendations for WISE developments  Agreed set of reporting sheets for surface and ground waters in WFD implementation process Leaving out details on quantity, emissions, TC and marine water quality and biology

9 How does Eionet water data change? monitoring site Reference to geography; catchment, WB (Art. 3+5) Parameter, in FW; GW and TC: Nutrients, Chl a, HZ, Reported once under Art. 8 due March 2007 measured regularly (monthly, annually, biannually)

10 Why / What is a reporting sheet Verbal description of the scope of data collection for particular parameters The basis for data dictionary, reporting schemas or xml- format descriptions The better parameter and formats are agreed, the better is comparability and quality assurance (  ICES)

11 Next Steps Clarify questions on 2007 EIONET TC data flow Eionet water TC stations to be mapped against WFD Art. 8 reporting – t.b. used in 2008 already Finalisation of reporting sheet for nutrients/ chl a and set up of regular reporting/data access from 2009 onwards. Development of reporting sheets according to indicators priorities (e.g. including HS – in water, sediment, biota; biological elements) for regular reporting/data access from 2010

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