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WISE - State of bathing waters (MapServer)
Title BathingWater_Dyna_LAEA
Author Magnusson
Subject Bathing waters can be coastal or inland waters. To ensure bathing water quality, the EU has set limits for physical, chemical & microbiological parameters.
Keywords Bathing water,Water quality,WISE
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
For the scales 1:5.000.000 and less detailed, data are aggregated by country. In such case, a pie or bar charts show 1) the distribution of the different bathing water categories, 2) percentage of inland waters (lakes and rivers) and coastal waters, and 3) percentage of bathing water quality for coastal waters and inland waters. For the scale more detailed than 1:5 000.000, individual bathing water sites (points) are visible instead of classified cartogram and are coloured according the classification of bathing water quality. For bathing places that are insufficiently sampled under the strict frequency rules, orange outline of symbol showing status of bathing places by less strict rules is presented. For an explanation of less strict and strict rules see the chapter “Information about the data”. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/bathing-water-directive-status-of-bathing-water-7
Description
For the scales 1:5.000.000 and less detailed, data are aggregated by country. In such case, a pie or bar charts show 1) the distribution of the different bathing water categories, 2) percentage of inland waters (lakes and rivers) and coastal waters, and 3) percentage of bathing water quality for coastal waters and inland waters.. For the scale more detailed than 1:5 000.000, individual bathing water sites (points) are visible instead of classified cartogram and are coloured according the classification of bathing water quality. Symbol size depends on the map scale (more detailed map = bigger symbols). Symbol shape depends on bathing water type (sea, lake, and river) where the bathing place is placed. For bathing places that are insufficiently sampled under the strict frequency rules, orange outline of symbol showing status of bathing places by less strict rules is presented. For an explanation of less strict and strict rules see the chapter “Information about the data”.
SRS
Extent -2687369.47393958,-3084534.67296252,12870233.2322392,12601192.7196282
Layers Bathing water by category,Coastal bathing water,Coastal bathing water quality by country under Directive 2006/7/EC,Coastal bathing water quality by country under Directive 76/160/EEC,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Inland bathing water,Inland bathing water quality by country under Directive 2006/7/E
Map Name State of bathing waters
Category
WISE - State of bathing waters (MapServer)
Title BathingWater_Dyna_WGS84
Author Magnusson
Subject Bathing waters can be coastal or inland waters. To ensure bathing water quality, the EU has set limits for physical, chemical & microbiological parameters.
Keywords Bathing water,Water quality,WISE
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
For the scales 1:5.000.000 and less detailed, data are aggregated by country. In such case, a pie or bar charts show 1) the distribution of the different bathing water categories, 2) percentage of inland waters (lakes and rivers) and coastal waters, and 3) percentage of bathing water quality for coastal waters and inland waters. For the scale more detailed than 1:5 000.000, individual bathing water sites (points) are visible instead of classified cartogram and are coloured according the classification of bathing water quality. For bathing places that are insufficiently sampled under the strict frequency rules, orange outline of symbol showing status of bathing places by less strict rules is presented. For an explanation of less strict and strict rules see the chapter “Information about the data”. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/bathing-water-directive-status-of-bathing-water-7
Description
For the scales 1:5.000.000 and less detailed, data are aggregated by country. In such case, a pie or bar charts show 1) the distribution of the different bathing water categories, 2) percentage of inland waters (lakes and rivers) and coastal waters, and 3) percentage of bathing water quality for coastal waters and inland waters.. For the scale more detailed than 1:5 000.000, individual bathing water sites (points) are visible instead of classified cartogram and are coloured according the classification of bathing water quality. Symbol size depends on the map scale (more detailed map = bigger symbols). Symbol shape depends on bathing water type (sea, lake, and river) where the bathing place is placed. For bathing places that are insufficiently sampled under the strict frequency rules, orange outline of symbol showing status of bathing places by less strict rules is presented. For an explanation of less strict and strict rules see the chapter “Information about the data”.
SRS 4326
Extent -180,-21.373599999,180,83.6235960130001
Layers Bathing water by category,Coastal bathing water,Coastal bathing water quality by country under Directive 2006/7/EC,Coastal bathing water quality by country under Directive 76/160/EEC,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Inland bathing water,Inland bathing water quality by country under Directive 2006/7/E
Map Name State of bathing waters
Category
WISE - State of bathing waters (MapServer)
Title BathingWater_Dyna_WM
Author Magnusson
Subject Bathing waters can be coastal or inland waters. To ensure bathing water quality, the EU has set limits for physical, chemical & microbiological parameters.
Keywords Bathing water,Water quality,WISE
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
For the scales 1:5.000.000 and less detailed, data are aggregated by country. In such case, a pie or bar charts show 1) the distribution of the different bathing water categories, 2) percentage of inland waters (lakes and rivers) and coastal waters, and 3) percentage of bathing water quality for coastal waters and inland waters. For the scale more detailed than 1:5 000.000, individual bathing water sites (points) are visible instead of classified cartogram and are coloured according the classification of bathing water quality. For bathing places that are insufficiently sampled under the strict frequency rules, orange outline of symbol showing status of bathing places by less strict rules is presented. For an explanation of less strict and strict rules see the chapter “Information about the data”. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/bathing-water-directive-status-of-bathing-water-7
Description
For the scales 1:5.000.000 and less detailed, data are aggregated by country. In such case, a pie or bar charts show 1) the distribution of the different bathing water categories, 2) percentage of inland waters (lakes and rivers) and coastal waters, and 3) percentage of bathing water quality for coastal waters and inland waters.. For the scale more detailed than 1:5 000.000, individual bathing water sites (points) are visible instead of classified cartogram and are coloured according the classification of bathing water quality. Symbol size depends on the map scale (more detailed map = bigger symbols). Symbol shape depends on bathing water type (sea, lake, and river) where the bathing place is placed. For bathing places that are insufficiently sampled under the strict frequency rules, orange outline of symbol showing status of bathing places by less strict rules is presented. For an explanation of less strict and strict rules see the chapter “Information about the data”.
SRS 102100
Extent -20037507.0672,-2436482.5576,20037507.0672,18418382.1498
Layers Bathing water by category,Coastal bathing water,Coastal bathing water quality by country under Directive 2006/7/EC,Coastal bathing water quality by country under Directive 76/160/EEC,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Coastal bathing water monitoring,Inland bathing water,Inland bathing water quality by country under Directive 2006/7/E
Map Name State of bathing waters
Category
EPRTR - Diffuse Water (MapServer)
Title EPRTRDiffuseWater_Dyna_WGS84
Author Gudbrandsdottir
Subject EPRTR - Maping diffuse fertiliser loss to water from agriculture accross Europe.
Keywords Agriculture,Nitrogen,Phosphorus,landuse,water,EPRTR
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Data reporting by Member States according to Article 7 of Regulation 166/2006/EC covering data reported by operators to the Member States according to Article 5.1 (releases to air, water and land; off-side transfers of waste; and off-side transfers of pollutants in waste water) and 5.2 (information on releases and transfers resulting as totals of all deliberate, accidental, routine and non-routine activities).For all facilities which undertake one or more of the activities specified in Annex I above the applicable capacity thresholds, the reporting covers:(a) releases to air, water and land of any pollutant specified in Annex II for which the applicable threshold value specified in Annex II is exceeded;(b) off-site transfers of hazardous waste exceeding 2 tonnes per year or of non hazardous waste exceeding 2000 tonnes per year, for any operations of recovery or disposal with the exception of the disposal operations of land treatment and deep injection referred to in Article 6, indicating with "R" or "D" respectively whether the waste is destined for recovery or disposal and, for transboundary movements of hazardous waste, the name and address of the recoverer or the disposer of the waste and the actual recovery or disposal site;(c) off-site transfers of any pollutant specified in Annex II in waste water destined for waste-water treatment for which the threshold value specified in Annex II, column 1b is exceeded.The information shall include information on releases and transfers resulting as totals of all deliberate, accidental, routine and non-routine activities. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/member-states-reporting-art-7-under-the-european-pollutant-release-and-transfer-register-e-prtr-regulation-10
Description
Data reporting by Member States according to Article 7 of Regulation 166/2006/EC covering data reported by operators to the Member States according to Article 5.1 (releases to air, water and land; off-side transfers of waste; and off-side transfers of pollutants in waste water) and 5.2 (information on releases and transfers resulting as totals of all deliberate, accidental, routine and non-routine activities).For all facilities which undertake one or more of the activities specified in Annex I above the applicable capacity thresholds, the reporting covers:(a) releases to air, water and land of any pollutant specified in Annex II for which the applicable threshold value specified in Annex II is exceeded;(b) off-site transfers of hazardous waste exceeding 2 tonnes per year or of non hazardous waste exceeding 2000 tonnes per year, for any operations of recovery or disposal with the exception of the disposal operations of land treatment and deep injection referred to in Article 6, indicating with "R" or "D" respectively whether the waste is destined for recovery or disposal and, for transboundary movements of hazardous waste, the name and address of the recoverer or the disposer of the waste and the actual recovery or disposal site;(c) off-site transfers of any pollutant specified in Annex II in waste water destined for waste-water treatment for which the threshold value specified in Annex II, column 1b is exceeded.The information shall include information on releases and transfers resulting as totals of all deliberate, accidental, routine and non-routine activities.
SRS 4326
Extent -63.1536409894401,-21.3898529982173,55.8367689986903,71.2021899785846
Layers Areas,Phosphorus loss from agriculture, kg per total RBD area,Phosphorus loss from agriculture, kg per agricultural area,Nitrogen loss from agriculture, kg per agricultural area,Nitrogen loss from agriculture, kg per total RBD area,EPRTRWEB.SDE.geneRBDs_EUms_NO_CH_wgs84
Map Name EPRTRDiffuseWater_Dyna_WGS84
Category Water
Flooded_cities_Dyna_LAEA (MapServer)
Title Flooded_cities_Dyna_LAEA
Author
Subject Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/themes/water/interactive/by-category/floods-directive
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Description
SRS
Extent 2641025.2083,1434889.5438,5797707.5165,5197021.9755
Layers Percentage of the city that would be flooded in case rivers rise 1 m
Map Name Flooded_cities_Dyna_LAEA
Category
FloodsDirective_Dyna_LAEA (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_Dyna_LAEA
Author
Subject Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/themes/water/interactive/by-category/floods-directive
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Description
SRS 3035
Extent -2823913.98329644,-3076144.33320003,10026124.6588495,5418276.29656349
Layers APSFR,APSFR_FR,Line,ALL_APSFR_line,Point,XYAPSFR_attributes,Polygon,ALL_APSFR_polygon,PFRA,PFRA_FA,Polygon,BE_PFRA_FA_20120322,Point,DE_PFRA_FA_20120307,Line,PFRA_FL,Line,ALL_PFRA_FL_line,Point,ALL_PFRA_FL_point,Polygon,ALL_PFRA_FL_polygon,Units of Management,Non EU International Units of Management,International Units of Management,Non EU National Units of Management,National Units of Management
Map Name Floods Directive
Category
FloodsDirective_Dyna_WGS84 (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_Dyna_WGS84
Author
Subject Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/themes/water/interactive/by-category/floods-directive
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Description
SRS 4326
Extent -63.1536409889999,-21.3898529979999,55.8367689990001,71.2021899950001
Layers APSFR,APSFR_FR,Line,ALL_APSFR_line,Point,XYAPSFR_attributes,Polygon,ALL_APSFR_polygon,PFRA,PFRA_FA,Polygon,BE_PFRA_FA_20120322,Point,DE_PFRA_FA_20120307,Line,PFRA_FL,Line,ALL_PFRA_FL_line,Point,ALL_PFRA_FL_point,Polygon,ALL_PFRA_FL_polygon,Units of Management,Non EU International Units of Management,International Units of Management,Non EU National Units of Management,National Units of Management
Map Name Floods Directive
Category
FloodsDirective_Dyna_WM (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_Dyna_WM
Author
Subject Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/themes/water/interactive/by-category/floods-directive
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1567,-2438425.5663,6215720.6926,11471762.5708
Layers APSFR,APSFR_FR,Line,ALL_APSFR_line,Point,XYAPSFR_attributes,Polygon,ALL_APSFR_polygon,PFRA,PFRA_FA,Polygon,BE_PFRA_FA_20120322,Point,DE_PFRA_FA_20120307,Line,PFRA_FL,Line,ALL_PFRA_FL_line,Point,ALL_PFRA_FL_point,Polygon,ALL_PFRA_FL_polygon,Units of Management,Non EU International Units of Management,International Units of Management,Non EU National Units of Management,National Units of Management
Map Name Floods Directive
Category
Groundwater monitoring (MapServer)
Title Groundwater_Dyna_LAEA
Author chri1713
Subject Groundwater monitoring
Keywords Aquifer,Groundwater,Pollution,Water,Water quality
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-groundwater-10
Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated.
SRS
Extent -2669700.5291,-1909635.586,12870233.2322,12599680.0411
Layers Nitrites in groundwater by country,Year 2008,Ammonium in groundwater by country,Year 2008,Nitrates in groundwater by country,Year 2008
Map Name WISESoE Groundwater monitoring
Category
Groundwater monitoring (MapServer)
Title Groundwater_Dyna_WGS84
Author chri1713
Subject Groundwater monitoring
Keywords Aquifer,Groundwater,Pollution,Water,Water quality
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-groundwater-10
Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated.
SRS 4326
Extent -180,-44.6756236833694,180,90
Layers Nitrites in groundwater by country,Year 2008,Ammonium in groundwater by country,Year 2008,Nitrates in groundwater by country,Year 2008
Map Name WISESoE Groundwater monitoring
Category
Groundwater monitoring (MapServer)
Title Groundwater_Dyna_WM
Author chri1713
Subject Groundwater monitoring
Keywords Aquifer,Groundwater,Pollution,Water,Water quality
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-groundwater-10
Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated.
SRS 102100
Extent -20037507.0671618,-5570598.81435848,20037507.0671618,30240971.9583862
Layers Nitrites in groundwater by country,Year 2008,Ammonium in groundwater by country,Year 2008,Nitrates in groundwater by country,Year 2008
Map Name WISESoE Groundwater monitoring
Category
Nitrates Vulnerable Zones (MapServer)
Title NitratesVulnerableZones_Dyna_WGS84
Author Magnusson
Subject Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZ) are designated by the EU Member States (MS) as a part of the implementation of the Nitrates Directive (NiD), Art. 3. NVZ are areas of land that drain into polluted waters or waters at risk of pollution if no action is taken. Some MS have adopted a whole territory approach where their action programme applies for the whole national territory. Data source: http://dd.eionet.europa.eu/datasets/3008
Description
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZ) are designated by the EU Member States (MS) as a part of the implementation of the Nitrates Directive (NiD), Art. 3. NVZ are areas of land that drain into polluted waters or waters at risk of pollution if no action is taken. Some MS have adopted a whole territory approach where their action programme applies for the whole national territory.
SRS 4326
Extent -31.2308816610598,27.6380289998385,34.5886419998284,70.0922879998913
Layers Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive - Sensitive Areas,Nitrate Vulnerable Zone WTA as designated under the Nitrates Directive,Nitrate Vulnerable Zone WTA as designated under the Nitrates Directive,Nitrate Vulnerable Zone WTA as designated under the Nitrates Directive,Nitrate Vulnerable Zone WTA as designated under the Nitrates Directive
Map Name NitratesVulnerableZones_Dyna_WGS84
Category
Rivers and Lakes (MapServer)
Title RiverAndLakes_Dyna_LAEA
Author chri1713
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords Nutrients,organic,catchment,rivers,lakes,WISE,SoE
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets.
SRS
Extent -2823913.9833,-3076144.3332,12870233.2322,12599680.0411
Layers Total phosphorous in lakes,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes by country 2008,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Total phosphorous in lakes by River Basin Districts 2008,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes 2008,Nitrate in rivers,Mean annual nitrate in rivers by country 2008,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Nitrates in rivers by River Basin Districts 2008,Mean annual nitrates in rivers 2008,Orthophosphate in
Map Name WISE SoE river and lake monitoring
Category
Rivers and Lakes (MapServer)
Title RiverAndLakes_Dyna_WGS84
Author chri1713
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords Nutrients,organic,catchment,rivers,lakes,WISE,SoE
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 20010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets.
SRS 4326
Extent -180,-44.6756236833694,180,90
Layers Total phosphorous in lakes,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes by country 2008,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Total phosphorous in lakes by River Basin Districts 2008,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes 2008,Nitrate in rivers,Mean annual nitrate in rivers by country 2008,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Nitrates in rivers by River Basin Districts 2008,Mean annual nitrates in rivers 2008,Orthophosphate in
Map Name WISE SoE river and lake monitoring
Category
Rivers and Lakes (MapServer)
Title RiverAndLakes_Dyna_WM
Author chri1713
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords Nutrients,organic,catchment,rivers,lakes,WISE,SoE
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets.
SRS 102100
Extent -20037507.0671618,-5570598.81435848,20037507.0671618,30240971.9583862
Layers Total phosphorous in lakes,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes by country 2008,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Total phosphorous in lakes by River Basin Districts 2008,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes 2008,Nitrate in rivers,Mean annual nitrate in rivers by country 2008,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Nitrates in rivers by River Basin Districts 2008,Mean annual nitrates in rivers 2008,Orthophosphate in
Map Name WISE SoE river and lake monitoring
Category
my River Basin Districts (MapServer)
Title RiverBasinDistrict_Dyna_WGS84
Author Bang
Subject River Basin Districts
Keywords River Basin Districts,RBD,water
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise-river-basin-districts-rbds-1
Description
River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive.
SRS 4326
Extent -63.1521827270512,-60.9398504937053,55.8349800250001,71.2021899790001
Layers Urban Waste Water Treatment Plants,EU River Monitoring Stations (SoE),Bathing Water,Coast Baltic Sea,Transitional Water Bodies,River Basin Districts,Coastal Water Bodies
Map Name my River Basin Districts
Category Water
Biological elements in rivers and lakes (MapServer)
Title RiversAndLakesBio_Dyna_LAEA
Author Jannicke Moe (ETC/ICM). Operated by Sofie Gjedde-Simonsen
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords freshwater,ecological status,river,lake,eutrophication,nutrient,SoE,WISE
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This maps in this viewer shows the ecological status (i.e. status or potential) of macroinvertebrates and phytobenthos in European rivers (i.e. rivers and canals) potentially impacted by general degradation and of macrophytes and phytobenthos in European lakes (i.e. lakes and reservoirs) potentially impacted by eutrophication, respectively . The ecological status class of a country's waterbodies (or stations) is assessed by each country according to their national classification system, following the Water Framework Directive. The assessment may be based by one or more samples measured during the year of reporting. The ecological status in rivers or lakes is displayed as classified cartograms in a country-level map: it displays the distribution of status classes per country as one pie chart for each country. This can be used to compare the situation in your country with that in other countries. When the map is zoomed in to a more detailed scale individual station points are visible instead of classified cartograms. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
Description
This maps in this viewer shows the ecological status (i.e. status or potential) of macroinvertebrates and phytobenthos in European rivers (i.e. rivers and canals) potentially impacted by general degradation and of macrophytes and phytobenthos in European lakes (i.e. lakes and reservoirs) potentially impacted by eutrophication, respectively . The ecological status class of a country's waterbodies (or stations) is assessed by each country according to their national classification system, following the Water Framework Directive. The assessment may be based by one or more samples measured during the year of reporting. The ecological status in rivers or lakes is displayed as classified cartograms in a country-level map: it displays the distribution of status classes per country as one pie chart for each country. This can be used to compare the situation in your country with that in other countries. When the map is zoomed in to a more detailed scale individual station points are visible instead of classified cartograms. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
SRS 102100
Extent -9106108.67036761,-3484805.00230061,10375040.5927912,11724462.8843504
Layers Macroinvertebrates in rivers by station,Macroinvertebrate in rivers by country,Macrophytes in lakes by station,Macrophytes in lakes by country,Phytobenthos in rivers by station,Phytobenthos in rivers by country,Phytoplankton in lakes by station,Phytoplankton in lakes by country,Countries
Map Name RiversAndLakesBio_Dyna_LAEA
Category
Rivers and Lakes (MapServer)
Title RiversAndLakesBio_Dyna_WGS84
Author chri1713
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords freshwater,ecological status,river,lake,eutrophication,nutrient,SoE,WISE
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2012
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This maps in this viewer shows the ecological status (i.e. status or potential) of macroinvertebrates and phytobenthos in European rivers (i.e. rivers and canals) potentially impacted by general degradation and of macrophytes and phytobenthos in European lakes (i.e. lakes and reservoirs) potentially impacted by eutrophication, respectively . The ecological status class of a country's waterbodies (or stations) is assessed by each country according to their national classification system, following the Water Framework Directive. The assessment may be based by one or more samples measured during the year of reporting. The ecological status in rivers or lakes is displayed as classified cartograms in a country-level map: it displays the distribution of status classes per country as one pie chart for each country. This can be used to compare the situation in your country with that in other countries. When the map is zoomed in to a more detailed scale individual station points are visible instead of classified cartograms. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets.
SRS 4326
Extent -180,-44.6756236833694,180,90
Layers Total phosphorous in lakes,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes by country 2008,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Total phosphorous in lakes by River Basin Districts 2008,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes 2008,Nitrate in rivers,Mean annual nitrate in rivers by country 2008,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Nitrates in rivers by River Basin Districts 2008,Mean annual nitrates in rivers 2008,Orthophosphate in
Map Name WISE SoE river and lake monitoring
Category
Biological elements in rivers and lakes (MapServer)
Title RiversAndLakesBio_Dyna_WM
Author Jannicke Moe (ETC/ICM). Operated by Sofie Gjedde-Simonsen
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords freshwater,ecological status,river,lake,eutrophication,nutrient,SoE,WISE
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2012
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This maps in this viewer shows the ecological status (i.e. status or potential) of macroinvertebrates and phytobenthos in European rivers (i.e. rivers and canals) potentially impacted by general degradation and of macrophytes and phytobenthos in European lakes (i.e. lakes and reservoirs) potentially impacted by eutrophication, respectively . The ecological status class of a country's waterbodies (or stations) is assessed by each country according to their national classification system, following the Water Framework Directive. The assessment may be based by one or more samples measured during the year of reporting. The ecological status in rivers or lakes is displayed as classified cartograms in a country-level map: it displays the distribution of status classes per country as one pie chart for each country. This can be used to compare the situation in your country with that in other countries. When the map is zoomed in to a more detailed scale individual station points are visible instead of classified cartograms. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
Description
This maps in this viewer shows the ecological status (i.e. status or potential) of macroinvertebrates and phytobenthos in European rivers (i.e. rivers and canals) potentially impacted by general degradation and of macrophytes and phytobenthos in European lakes (i.e. lakes and reservoirs) potentially impacted by eutrophication, respectively . The ecological status class of a country's waterbodies (or stations) is assessed by each country according to their national classification system, following the Water Framework Directive. The assessment may be based by one or more samples measured during the year of reporting. The ecological status in rivers or lakes is displayed as classified cartograms in a country-level map: it displays the distribution of status classes per country as one pie chart for each country. This can be used to compare the situation in your country with that in other countries. When the map is zoomed in to a more detailed scale individual station points are visible instead of classified cartograms. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
SRS 102100
Extent -7030137.8526,-2438256.2935,6215635.9674,11471710.7896
Layers Macroinvertebrates in rivers by station,Macroinvertebrate in rivers by country,Macrophytes in lakes by station,Macrophytes in lakes by country,Phytobenthos in rivers by station,Phytobenthos in rivers by country,Phytoplankton in lakes by station,Phytoplankton in lakes by country,Countries
Map Name RiversAndLakesBio_Dyna_WM
Category
Urban Waste Water Treatment (MapServer)
Title UrbanWasteWaterTreatment_Dyna_LAEA
Author chri1713
Subject Urban Waste Water Treatment
Keywords Urban,Waste Water,Waste Water Treatment
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
The map reflects the most recent available information on implementation of the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (UWWTD) in EU 27 as reported by the Member States under UWWTD (91/271/EEC). The last reporting exercise under UWWTD article 15 was organised in 20097 (UWWTD20097), with the European Commission aiming to receive information on the implementation of the UWWTD in the reference year 20075 (situation as at 31/12/20075) or 20086 (situation as at 31/12/20086). For EU15 (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and UK) the latest date to fully comply with the Directive was 31/12/2005. The map shows: • Summary diagrams on pathways of waste water (= type of treatment) based on total generated load in p.e. of all agglomerations ≥ 2000 p.e. in a Member State • Location and size of agglomerations • For agglomerations > 150.000 p.e. the pathways of waste water (= type of treatment) based on total generated load in p.e. in the agglomeration For the scales 1 : 10 000 000 and less detailed summary diagrams are presented as pie charts for each Member State. The size of each segment of the pie charts is proportional to the percentage of the waste water of all agglomerations attributed to the respective wastewater pathway, in other words expressing the pollutant load undergoing the different types of treatment. The segments of the pies are coloured according to the different waste water pathways. The sum of these percentage values should be 100%. Please note that in cases , where the sum of percent values do not sum up to 100 % it is caused either by incomplete dataset or erroneous one provided. Moreover, “new” EU-Member States, for which the UWWTD-trasitional period has not passed until 31.12.20075 were nor required to differentiate the fraction of the generated load of an agglomeration entering the different treatment types. For the scale of between 1 : 10 000 000 and 1:500.000
Description
What is on the map? The map reflects the most recent available information on implementation of the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (UWWTD) in EU 27 as reported by the Member States under UWWTD (91/271/EEC). The last reporting exercise under UWWTD article 15 was organised in 20097 (UWWTD20097), with the European Commission aiming to receive information on the implementation of the UWWTD in the reference year 20075 (situation as at 31/12/20075) or 20086 (situation as at 31/12/20086). For EU15 (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and UK) the latest date to fully comply with the Directive was 31/12/2005. The map shows: • Summary diagrams on pathways of waste water (= type of treatment) based on total generated load in p.e. of all agglomerations ≥ 2000 p.e. in a Member State • Location and size of agglomerations • For agglomerations > 150.000 p.e. the pathways of waste water (= type of treatment) based on total generated load in p.e. in the agglomeration For the scales 1 : 10 000 000 and less detailed summary diagrams are presented as pie charts for each Member State. The size of each segment of the pie charts is proportional to the percentage of the waste water of all agglomerations attributed to the respective wastewater pathway, in other words expressing the pollutant load undergoing the different types of treatment. The segments of the pies are coloured according to the different waste water pathways. The sum of these percentage values should be 100%. Please note that in cases , where the sum of percent values do not sum up to 100 % it is caused either by incomplete dataset or erroneous one provided. Moreover, “new” EU-Member States, for which the UWWTD-trasitional period has not passed until 31.12.20075 were nor required to differentiate the fraction of the generated load of an agglomeration entering the different treatment types. For the scale of between 1 : 10 00
SRS 3035
Extent 2368773.58816026,1103550.64424032,6501157.95061299,5285782.82771179
Layers UWWT agglomerations,Waste water treatment pathways by member state ,Proportion of total generated load by agglomeration size,Waste water treatment agglomerations by size,Big cities/dischargers by size,Waste water treatment pathways in agglomerations smaller than 150.000 p.e.,Waste water treatment pathways in agglomerations larger than 150.000 p.e.,UWWT plants,No. of UWWT plants by treatment type b
Map Name Urban Waste Water Treatment
Category Water
Urban Waste Water Treatment (MapServer)
Title UrbanWasteWaterTreatment_Dyna_WGS84
Author chri1713
Subject Urban Waste Water Treatment
Keywords Urban,Waste Water,Waste Water Treatment
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
The map reflects the most recent available information on implementation of the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (UWWTD) in EU 27 as reported by the Member States under UWWTD (91/271/EEC). The last reporting exercise under UWWTD article 15 was organised in 20097 (UWWTD20097), with the European Commission aiming to receive information on the implementation of the UWWTD in the reference year 20075 (situation as at 31/12/20075) or 20086 (situation as at 31/12/20086). For EU15 (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and UK) the latest date to fully comply with the Directive was 31/12/2005. The map shows: • Summary diagrams on pathways of waste water (= type of treatment) based on total generated load in p.e. of all agglomerations ≥ 2000 p.e. in a Member State • Location and size of agglomerations • For agglomerations > 150.000 p.e. the pathways of waste water (= type of treatment) based on total generated load in p.e. in the agglomeration For the scales 1 : 10 000 000 and less detailed summary diagrams are presented as pie charts for each Member State. The size of each segment of the pie charts is proportional to the percentage of the waste water of all agglomerations attributed to the respective wastewater pathway, in other words expressing the pollutant load undergoing the different types of treatment. The segments of the pies are coloured according to the different waste water pathways. The sum of these percentage values should be 100%. Please note that in cases , where the sum of percent values do not sum up to 100 % it is caused either by incomplete dataset or erroneous one provided. Moreover, “new” EU-Member States, for which the UWWTD-trasitional period has not passed until 31.12.20075 were nor required to differentiate the fraction of the generated load of an agglomeration entering the different treatment types. For the scale of between 1 : 10 000 000 and 1:500.000
Description
What is on the map? The map reflects the most recent available information on implementation of the Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive (UWWTD) in EU 27 as reported by the Member States under UWWTD (91/271/EEC). The last reporting exercise under UWWTD article 15 was organised in 20097 (UWWTD20097), with the European Commission aiming to receive information on the implementation of the UWWTD in the reference year 20075 (situation as at 31/12/20075) or 20086 (situation as at 31/12/20086). For EU15 (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and UK) the latest date to fully comply with the Directive was 31/12/2005. The map shows: • Summary diagrams on pathways of waste water (= type of treatment) based on total generated load in p.e. of all agglomerations ≥ 2000 p.e. in a Member State • Location and size of agglomerations • For agglomerations > 150.000 p.e. the pathways of waste water (= type of treatment) based on total generated load in p.e. in the agglomeration For the scales 1 : 10 000 000 and less detailed summary diagrams are presented as pie charts for each Member State. The size of each segment of the pie charts is proportional to the percentage of the waste water of all agglomerations attributed to the respective wastewater pathway, in other words expressing the pollutant load undergoing the different types of treatment. The segments of the pies are coloured according to the different waste water pathways. The sum of these percentage values should be 100%. Please note that in cases , where the sum of percent values do not sum up to 100 % it is caused either by incomplete dataset or erroneous one provided. Moreover, “new” EU-Member States, for which the UWWTD-trasitional period has not passed until 31.12.20075 were nor required to differentiate the fraction of the generated load of an agglomeration entering the different treatment types. For the scale of between 1 : 10 00
SRS 3035
Extent 2368773.58816026,1103550.64424032,6501157.95061299,5285782.82771179
Layers UWWT agglomerations,Waste water treatment pathways by member state ,Proportion of total generated load by agglomeration size,Waste water treatment agglomerations by size,Big cities/dischargers by size,Waste water treatment pathways in agglomerations smaller than 150.000 p.e.,Waste water treatment pathways in agglomerations larger than 150.000 p.e.,UWWT plants,No. of UWWT plants by treatment type b
Map Name Urban Waste Water Treatment
Category Water
Global_and_European_Water_EoE (MapServer)
Title WaterGlobal_Dyna_LAEA
Author Gomez
Subject This map includes a compilation of global and European water datasets.
Keywords water,rivers,lakes,basins,watershed,hydrology
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This map includes a compilation of global and European water datasets:Global:- Global Monitoring stations: - Major River Basins of the World (GRDC, 2007): Global Runoff Data Centre (2007): Major River Basins of the World / Global Runoff Data Centre. Koblenz, Germany: Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG) http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_295308/GRDC/EN/02__Services/02__DataProducts/MajorRiverBasins/riverbasins__node.html?__nnn=true- River discharge monitoring stations, http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_294146/GRDC/EN/02__Services/01__RiverDischarge/GoogleEarth/google__earth__node.html?__nnn=true- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Natural Earth http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Supplemental Data – Europe: http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/European:- Natural sub basins of Europe: subdivision of the Water Framework Directive River Basin Districts based on natural tributaries’ catchment areas or grouping of coastal basins.http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise-river-basin-districts-rbds-1- Reported main river water bodies under the Water Framework Directive article 13http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd- CCM2, European hydrology, segmentshttp://ccm.jrc.ec.europa.eu- European river discharge monitoring stationshttp://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-3/waterbase-rivers-stations
Description
“This map includes a compilation of global and European water datasets:Global:- Global Monitoring stations: - Major River Basins of the World (GRDC, 2007): Global Runoff Data Centre (2007): Major River Basins of the World / Global Runoff Data Centre. Koblenz, Germany: Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG) http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_295308/GRDC/EN/02__Services/02__DataProducts/MajorRiverBasins/riverbasins__node.html?__nnn=true- River discharge monitoring stations, http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_294146/GRDC/EN/02__Services/01__RiverDischarge/GoogleEarth/google__earth__node.html?__nnn=true- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Natural Earth http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Supplemental Data – Europe: http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/European:- Natural sub basins of Europe: subdivision of the Water Framework Directive River Basin Districts based on natural tributaries’ catchment areas or grouping of coastal basins.- Reported main river water bodies under the Water Framework Directive article 13- CCM2, European hydrology, segments http://ccm.jrc.ec.europa.eu.- European river discharge monitoring stations“
SRS 3035
Extent -5136643.8247,-5439115.5056,16650069.8718,15262285.1401
Layers European Streamflow Monitoring Stations,Monitoring Stations,Monitoring Stations,Global Monitoring Stations,European Rivers Hydrology,Rivers World 10m,Rivers Europe 10m,Main Rivers,WFD Rivers,European Drainage Lines,River Cartography,Rivers World 10m,Rivers Europe 10m,European Subbasins,Subbasins Level 0,Subbasins Level 1,Subbasins Level 2,River Basins,Subbasins level 3,Major World Watersheds
Map Name WaterGlobal_Dyna_LAEA
Category
Global_and_European_Water_EoE (MapServer)
Title WaterGlobal_Dyna_WGS84
Author Gomez
Subject This map includes a compilation of global and European water datasets.
Keywords water,rivers,lakes,basins,watershed,hydrology
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This map includes a compilation of global and European water datasets:Global:- Global Monitoring stations: - Major River Basins of the World (GRDC, 2007): Global Runoff Data Centre (2007): Major River Basins of the World / Global Runoff Data Centre. Koblenz, Germany: Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG) http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_295308/GRDC/EN/02__Services/02__DataProducts/MajorRiverBasins/riverbasins__node.html?__nnn=true- River discharge monitoring stations, http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_294146/GRDC/EN/02__Services/01__RiverDischarge/GoogleEarth/google__earth__node.html?__nnn=true- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Natural Earth http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Supplemental Data – Europe: http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/European:- Natural sub basins of Europe: subdivision of the Water Framework Directive River Basin Districts based on natural tributaries’ catchment areas or grouping of coastal basins.http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise-river-basin-districts-rbds-1- Reported main river water bodies under the Water Framework Directive article 13http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd- CCM2, European hydrology, segmentshttp://ccm.jrc.ec.europa.eu- European river discharge monitoring stationshttp://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-3/waterbase-rivers-stations
Description
“This map includes a compilation of global and European water datasets:Global:- Global Monitoring stations: - Major River Basins of the World (GRDC, 2007): Global Runoff Data Centre (2007): Major River Basins of the World / Global Runoff Data Centre. Koblenz, Germany: Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG) http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_295308/GRDC/EN/02__Services/02__DataProducts/MajorRiverBasins/riverbasins__node.html?__nnn=true- River discharge monitoring stations, http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_294146/GRDC/EN/02__Services/01__RiverDischarge/GoogleEarth/google__earth__node.html?__nnn=true- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Natural Earth http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Supplemental Data – Europe: http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/European:- Natural sub basins of Europe: subdivision of the Water Framework Directive River Basin Districts based on natural tributaries’ catchment areas or grouping of coastal basins.- Reported main river water bodies under the Water Framework Directive article 13- CCM2, European hydrology, segments http://ccm.jrc.ec.europa.eu.- European river discharge monitoring stations“
SRS 4326
Extent -179.25,-54.4699783329999,178.4,80.6000000000001
Layers European Streamflow Monitoring Stations,Monitoring Stations,Monitoring Stations,Global Monitoring Stations,European Rivers Hydrology,Rivers World 10m,Rivers Europe 10m,Main Rivers,WFD Rivers,European Drainage Lines,River Cartography,Rivers World 10m,Rivers Europe 10m,European Subbasins,Subbasins Level 0,Subbasins Level 1,Subbasins Level 2,River Basins,Subbasins level 3,Major World Watersheds
Map Name WaterGlobal_Dyna_WGS84
Category
Global_and_European_Water_EoE (MapServer)
Title WaterGlobal_Dyna_WM
Author Gomez
Subject This map includes a compilation of global and European water datasets.
Keywords water,rivers,lakes,basins,watershed,hydrology
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This map includes a compilation of global and European water datasets:Global:- Global Monitoring stations: - Major River Basins of the World (GRDC, 2007): Global Runoff Data Centre (2007): Major River Basins of the World / Global Runoff Data Centre. Koblenz, Germany: Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG) http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_295308/GRDC/EN/02__Services/02__DataProducts/MajorRiverBasins/riverbasins__node.html?__nnn=true- River discharge monitoring stations, http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_294146/GRDC/EN/02__Services/01__RiverDischarge/GoogleEarth/google__earth__node.html?__nnn=true- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Natural Earth http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Supplemental Data – Europe: http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/European:- Natural sub basins of Europe: subdivision of the Water Framework Directive River Basin Districts based on natural tributaries’ catchment areas or grouping of coastal basins.http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise-river-basin-districts-rbds-1- Reported main river water bodies under the Water Framework Directive article 13http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd- CCM2, European hydrology, segmentshttp://ccm.jrc.ec.europa.eu- European river discharge monitoring stationshttp://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-3/waterbase-rivers-stations
Description
“This map includes a compilation of global and European water datasets:Global:- Global Monitoring stations: - Major River Basins of the World (GRDC, 2007): Global Runoff Data Centre (2007): Major River Basins of the World / Global Runoff Data Centre. Koblenz, Germany: Federal Institute of Hydrology (BfG) http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_295308/GRDC/EN/02__Services/02__DataProducts/MajorRiverBasins/riverbasins__node.html?__nnn=true- River discharge monitoring stations, http://www.bafg.de/cln_033/nn_294146/GRDC/EN/02__Services/01__RiverDischarge/GoogleEarth/google__earth__node.html?__nnn=true- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Natural Earth http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/- Rivers 1:10 million scale, Supplemental Data – Europe: http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-physical-vectors/10m-rivers-lake-centerlines/European:- Natural sub basins of Europe: subdivision of the Water Framework Directive River Basin Districts based on natural tributaries’ catchment areas or grouping of coastal basins.- Reported main river water bodies under the Water Framework Directive article 13- CCM2, European hydrology, segments http://ccm.jrc.ec.europa.eu.- European river discharge monitoring stations“
SRS 102100
Extent -19954018.7246943,-7259671.84284313,19859397.15752,15935251.8300404
Layers European Streamflow Monitoring Stations,Monitoring Stations,Monitoring Stations,Global Monitoring Stations,European Rivers Hydrology,Rivers World 10m,Rivers Europe 10m,Main Rivers,WFD Rivers,European Drainage Lines,River Cartography,Rivers World 10m,Rivers Europe 10m,European Subbasins,Subbasins Level 0,Subbasins Level 1,Subbasins Level 2,River Basins,Subbasins level 3,Major World Watersheds
Map Name WaterGlobal_Dyna_WM
Category
Quantitative and chemical status of groundwater bodies (MapServer)
Title WFDGroundwater_Dyna_LAEA
Author Jon Maidens, Mette Wolstrup (Atkins Denmark) and Hana Prchalova, Petra Ronen and Klaus Duscher (ETC/ICM). Operated by Andres Bastholm
Subject This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the quantitative status of groundwater bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of status aggregated at the Member State level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the status of groundwater bodies can be view
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the quantitative status of groundwater bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of status aggregated at the Member State level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the status of groundwater bodies can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD Master database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed.When the user selects the top level query ‘Quantitative status of groundwater bodies‘, the default entry view should be one pie chart per country, representing different quality classes of quantitative status as defined under the WFD. Information is based on data reported under the Article 13 of the WFD. Alternatively, the user can view similar statistics, as mentioned above, at RBD level. When the user zooms in to the scale 1:10 000 000, the information on the status for single water bodies are displayed.Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the quantitative status of groundwater bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of status aggregated at the Member State level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the status of groundwater bodies can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD Master database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed.When the user selects the top level query ‘Quantitative status of groundwater bodies‘, the default entry view should be one pie chart per country, representing different quality classes of quantitative status as defined under the WFD. Information is based on data reported under the Article 13 of the WFD. Alternatively, the user can view similar statistics, as mentioned above, at RBD level. When the user zooms in to the scale 1:10 000 000, the information on the status for single water bodies are displayed.
SRS 3035
Extent -2823914.0926965,-3076144.33320003,10026124.6588495,5418276.29656349
Layers Chemical and quantitative monitoring,Chemical monitoring,Quantitative monitoring,Type of monitoring,Quantitative status of groundwater bodies by area,Countries,RBD,Quantitative status of groundwater bodies by count,Countries,RBD,Quantitative status of groundwater bodies in different horizons,Horizon 0,Horizon 1,Horizon 2,Horizon 3,Horizon 4,Horizon 5,Additional GWB Submissions 2008,GWB non-WFD,Che
Map Name WFD groundwater monitoring
Category
Quantitative and chemical status of groundwater bodies (MapServer)
Title WFDGroundwater_Dyna_WGS84
Author Jon Maidens, Mette Wolstrup (Atkins Denmark) and Hana Prchalova, Petra Ronen and Klaus Duscher (ETC/ICM). Operated by Andres Bastholm
Subject This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the quantitative status of groundwater bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of status aggregated at the Member State level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the status of groundwater bodies can be view
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the quantitative status of groundwater bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of status aggregated at the Member State level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the status of groundwater bodies can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD Master database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed.When the user selects the top level query ‘Quantitative status of groundwater bodies‘, the default entry view should be one pie chart per country, representing different quality classes of quantitative status as defined under the WFD. Information is based on data reported under the Article 13 of the WFD. Alternatively, the user can view similar statistics, as mentioned above, at RBD level. When the user zooms in to the scale 1:10 000 000, the information on the status for single water bodies are displayed.Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the quantitative status of groundwater bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of status aggregated at the Member State level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the status of groundwater bodies can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD Master database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed.When the user selects the top level query ‘Quantitative status of groundwater bodies‘, the default entry view should be one pie chart per country, representing different quality classes of quantitative status as defined under the WFD. Information is based on data reported under the Article 13 of the WFD. Alternatively, the user can view similar statistics, as mentioned above, at RBD level. When the user zooms in to the scale 1:10 000 000, the information on the status for single water bodies are displayed.
SRS 4326
Extent -63.1561089999999,-21.3898529979999,55.8367689990001,71.2021899950001
Layers Chemical and quantitative monitoring,Chemical monitoring,Quantitative monitoring,Type of monitoring,Quantitative status of groundwater bodies by area,Countries,RBD,Quantitative status of groundwater bodies by count,Countries,RBD,Quantitative status of groundwater bodies in different horizons,Horizon 0,Horizon 1,Horizon 2,Horizon 3,Horizon 4,Horizon 5,Additional GWB Submissions 2008,GWB non-WFD,Che
Map Name WFD groundwater monitoring
Category
Quantitative and chemical status of groundwater bodies (MapServer)
Title WFDGroundwater_Dyna_WM
Author Jon Maidens, Mette Wolstrup (Atkins Denmark) and Hana Prchalova, Petra Ronen and Klaus Duscher (ETC/ICM). Operated by Andres Bastholm
Subject This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the quantitative status of groundwater bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of status aggregated at the Member State level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the status of groundwater bodies can be view
Keywords
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the quantitative status of groundwater bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of status aggregated at the Member State level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the status of groundwater bodies can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD Master database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed.When the user selects the top level query ‘Quantitative status of groundwater bodies‘, the default entry view should be one pie chart per country, representing different quality classes of quantitative status as defined under the WFD. Information is based on data reported under the Article 13 of the WFD. Alternatively, the user can view similar statistics, as mentioned above, at RBD level. When the user zooms in to the scale 1:10 000 000, the information on the status for single water bodies are displayed.Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the quantitative status of groundwater bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of status aggregated at the Member State level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the status of groundwater bodies can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD Master database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed.When the user selects the top level query ‘Quantitative status of groundwater bodies‘, the default entry view should be one pie chart per country, representing different quality classes of quantitative status as defined under the WFD. Information is based on data reported under the Article 13 of the WFD. Alternatively, the user can view similar statistics, as mentioned above, at RBD level. When the user zooms in to the scale 1:10 000 000, the information on the status for single water bodies are displayed.
SRS 102100
Extent -7030505.8943,-2438425.5663,6215720.6926,11471762.5708
Layers Chemical and quantitative monitoring,Chemical monitoring,Quantitative monitoring,Type of monitoring,Quantitative status of groundwater bodies by area,Countries,RBD,Quantitative status of groundwater bodies by count,Countries,RBD,Quantitative status of groundwater bodies in different horizons,Horizon 0,Horizon 1,Horizon 2,Horizon 3,Horizon 4,Horizon 5,Additional GWB Submissions 2008,GWB non-WFD,Che
Map Name WFD groundwater monitoring
Category
WFD River Basin District Info (MapServer)
Title WFDRiverBasinDistrictInfo_Dyna_LAEA
Author Bastholm
Subject River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive.Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Keywords River Basin Districts,RBD,water
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive.Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Description
River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive
SRS
Extent -2823913.98329644,-3077034.8944178,10026124.6588495,5418276.29656349
Layers Surface water monitoring,Surface water station category,Surface water station category,River Basin District Info,Non EU International River Basin Districts,International River Basin Districts,River Basin District Subunits,Non EU National River Basin Districts,National River Basin Districts
Map Name WDF River Basin District delineation
Category
WFD River Basin District Info (MapServer)
Title WFDRiverBasinDistrictInfo_Dyna_WGS84
Author Bastholm
Subject River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive.Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Keywords River Basin Districts,RBD,water
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive.Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Description
River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive
SRS 4326
Extent -63.1536409889999,-21.3898529979999,55.8367689990001,71.2021899950001
Layers Surface water monitoring,Surface water station category,Surface water station category,River Basin District Info,Non EU International River Basin Districts,International River Basin Districts,River Basin District Subunits,Non EU National River Basin Districts,National River Basin Districts
Map Name WDF River Basin District delineation
Category
WFD River Basin District Info (MapServer)
Title WFDRiverBasinDistrictInfo_Dyna_WM
Author Bastholm
Subject River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive.Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Keywords River Basin Districts,RBD,water
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive.Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Description
River Basin Districts (RBDs) are the main units for the management of river basins and have been delineated by Member States under Article 3 of the Water Framework Directive
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1567,-2438425.5663,6215720.6926,11471762.5708
Layers Surface water monitoring,Surface water station category,Surface water station category,River Basin District Info,Non EU International River Basin Districts,International River Basin Districts,River Basin District Subunits,Non EU National River Basin Districts,National River Basin Districts
Map Name WDF River Basin District delineation
Category
WFD surface water (MapServer)
Title WFDSurfacewater_Dyna_LAEA
Author chri1713
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords water,rivers,lakes,transitional,coastal,chemical,ecological,heavily,modified,river basin district,rbd,WISE
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the ecological and chemical status of natural surface water bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of ecological status aggregated at the Member State´s level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the ecological status can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the ecological and chemical status of natural surface water bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of ecological status aggregated at the Member State´s level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the ecological status can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed.
SRS 3035
Extent -2823913.98329644,-3078182.58240825,10028179.2020217,5418276.29656349
Layers Surface water monitoring,Surface water station density per RBD,Number of stations per 100 km2,No stations,Surface water station category,Surface water station category,Heavily modified and artificial water bodies,Percentage modified or artificial water bodies by RBD,Ecological status or potential of water bodies,Ecological status or potential by country,All water bodies by count,River by length,La
Map Name WFD surface water
Category
WFD surface water (MapServer)
Title WFDSurfacewater_Dyna_WGS84
Author chri1713
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords water,rivers,lakes,transitional,coastal,chemical,ecological,heavily,modified,river basin district,rbd,WISE
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the ecological and chemical status of natural surface water bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of ecological status aggregated at the Member State´s level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the ecological status can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the ecological and chemical status of natural surface water bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of ecological status aggregated at the Member State´s level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the ecological status can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed.
SRS 3035
Extent -4244414.70002045,-4383407.29462411,10028404.310576,6634148.68294813
Layers Surface water monitoring,Surface water station density per RBD,Number of stations per 100 km2,No stations,Surface water station category,Surface water station category,Heavily modified and artificial water bodies,Percentage modified or artificial water bodies by RBD,Ecological status or potential of water bodies,Ecological status or potential by country,All water bodies by count,River by length,La
Map Name WFD surface water
Category
WFD surface water (MapServer)
Title WFDSurfacewater_Dyna_WM
Author chri1713
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords water,rivers,lakes,transitional,coastal,chemical,ecological,heavily,modified,river basin district,rbd,WISE
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the ecological and chemical status of natural surface water bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of ecological status aggregated at the Member State´s level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the ecological status can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise_wfd
Description
This map enables the user to view, select and display information on the ecological and chemical status of natural surface water bodies as reported under the Article 13 of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The data can be viewed as pie charts, showing the statistics of ecological status aggregated at the Member State´s level or alternatively at River Basin District level. Furthermore the ecological status can be viewed in detail at water body level. Data are derived from the EU27 WFD database. The user is able to specify the geographical area and water bodies in which he is interested by making selections from the map and from lists. The results of the query can be viewed on-line, or printed.
SRS 3035
Extent -4244414.7000209,-4383407.29383177,10028404.3105814,6634148.68295597
Layers Surface water monitoring,Surface water station density per RBD,Number of stations per 100 km2,No stations,Surface water station category,Surface water station category,Heavily modified and artificial water bodies,Percentage modified or artificial water bodies by RBD,Ecological status or potential of water bodies,Ecological status or potential by country,All water bodies by count,River by length,La
Map Name WFD surface water
Category
Groundwater monitoring (MapServer)
Title WISESoE_GW_Dyna_LAEA
Author chri1713
Subject Groundwater monitoring
Keywords Aquifer,Groundwater,Pollution,Water,Water quality
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-groundwater-10
Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated.
SRS
Extent -2669700.5291484,-1909635.58598412,12870233.2322392,12601192.7196282
Layers Nitrites in groundwater by country,Year 2010,Year 2009,Year 2008,Year 2007,Year 2006,Year 2005,Year 2004,Year 2003,Year 2002,Year 2001,Year 2000,Ammonium in groundwater by country,Year 2010,Year 2009,Year 2008,Year 2007,Year 2006,Year 2005,Year 2004,Year 2003,Year 2002,Year 2001,Year 2000,Nitrates in groundwater by country,Year 2010,Year 2009,Year 2008,Year 2007,Year 2006,Year 2005,Year 2004,Year
Map Name WISESoE Groundwater monitoring
Category
Groundwater monitoring (MapServer)
Title WISESoE_GW_Dyna_WGS84
Author chri1713
Subject Groundwater monitoring
Keywords Aquifer,Groundwater,Pollution,Water,Water quality
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-groundwater-10
Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated.
SRS 4326
Extent -180,-7.43624968899991,180,83.6235960130001
Layers Nitrites in groundwater by country,Year 2010,Year 2009,Year 2008,Year 2007,Year 2006,Year 2005,Year 2004,Year 2003,Year 2002,Year 2001,Year 2000,Ammonium in groundwater by country,Year 2010,Year 2009,Year 2008,Year 2007,Year 2006,Year 2005,Year 2004,Year 2003,Year 2002,Year 2001,Year 2000,Nitrates in groundwater by country,Year 2010,Year 2009,Year 2008,Year 2007,Year 2006,Year 2005,Year 2004,Year
Map Name WISESoE Groundwater monitoring
Category
Groundwater monitoring (MapServer)
Title WISESoE_GW_Dyna_WM
Author chri1713
Subject Groundwater monitoring
Keywords Aquifer,Groundwater,Pollution,Water,Water quality
Copyright Text © Copyright 2010 EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-groundwater-10
Description
Dataset contains data selected from reporting of member and collaborating countries on Ammonium, Nitrate and Nitrite concentrations in groundwater sites. Reported data have been assessed and processed by the ETC-Water and the EEA. Disaggregated records were annually aggregated and statistic value calculated. Results of quality assessment are incorporated.
SRS 102100
Extent -20037507.0672,-830133.366099998,20037507.0672,18418382.1498
Layers Nitrites in groundwater by country,Year 2010,Year 2009,Year 2008,Year 2007,Year 2006,Year 2005,Year 2004,Year 2003,Year 2002,Year 2001,Year 2000,Ammonium in groundwater by country,Year 2010,Year 2009,Year 2008,Year 2007,Year 2006,Year 2005,Year 2004,Year 2003,Year 2002,Year 2001,Year 2000,Nitrates in groundwater by country,Year 2010,Year 2009,Year 2008,Year 2007,Year 2006,Year 2005,Year 2004,Year
Map Name WISESoE Groundwater monitoring
Category
Rivers and Lakes (MapServer)
Title WISESoE_RL_Dyna_LAEA
Author chri1713
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords Nutrients,organic,catchment,rivers,lakes,WISE,SoE
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets.
SRS 3035
Extent -2823913.9833,-3076144.3332,12870233.2322,12599680.0411
Layers Overview of WISE SoE monitoring stations,Monitoring stations category,Monitoring stations category,Monitoring stations category,Total phosphorous in lakes,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes by country 2010 or the latest reported year,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Mean annual total phosphorous in lakes aggregated by National River Basin Districts 2010 or the latest reported year,Mean annual phosphor
Map Name WISE SoE river and lake monitoring
Category
Rivers and Lakes (MapServer)
Title WISESoE_RL_Dyna_WGS84
Author chri1713
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords Nutrients,organic,catchment,rivers,lakes,WISE,SoE
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets.
SRS 4326
Extent -179.999988541,-21.3898529979999,179.999988541,83.6235960130001
Layers Overview of WISE SoE monitoring stations,Monitoring stations category,Monitoring stations category,Monitoring stations category,Total phosphorous in lakes,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes by country 2010 or the latest reported year,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Mean annual total phosphorous in lakes aggregated by National River Basin Districts 2010 or the latest reported year,Mean annual phosphor
Map Name WISE SoE river and lake monitoring
Category
Rivers and Lakes (MapServer)
Title WISESoE_RL_Dyna_WM
Author chri1713
Subject State of the Environment
Keywords Nutrients,organic,catchment,rivers,lakes,WISE,SoE
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10, http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
Description
The dataset contains data on nutrients and organic matter, proxy pressure data on the upstream catchments and physical characteristics of the WISE-SoE lake monitoring stations. Waterbase contains timely, reliable and policy-relevant data collected from EEA member countries through the WISE-SoE data collection (formerly known as Eionet-Water and Eurowaternet) process. WISE-SoE data collection selects validated monitoring data from national databases and adds information on the physical characteristics of the water bodies being monitored and on the pressures potentially affecting water quality. The added value of Waterbase is that data collected through the WISE-SoE data collection process are from statistically stratified monitoring stations and groundwater bodies and are comparable at the European level. Waterbase data are primarily used in the production of the EEA's indicator-based factsheets.
SRS 102100
Extent -20037507.0672,-2438425.5663,20037507.0672,18418382.1498
Layers Overview of WISE SoE monitoring stations,Monitoring stations category,Monitoring stations category,Monitoring stations category,Total phosphorous in lakes,Mean annual phosphorous in lakes by country 2010 or the latest reported year,RBDs with 10 or fewer stations,Mean annual total phosphorous in lakes aggregated by National River Basin Districts 2010 or the latest reported year,Mean annual phosphor
Map Name WISE SoE river and lake monitoring
Category
Nutrients in Seawater (MapServer)
Title WISESoE_TCM_Dyna_LAEA
Author chri1713
Subject Eutrophication, Pollution by toxic substances, Water
Keywords Marine,Ocean,Pollution,Sea,Water,Water quality
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Data on transitional, coastal and marine waters are collected annually through the WISE-SoE data collection process. The data requested on transitional, coastal and marine waters include the physical characteristics of the transitional, coastal and marine water monitoring and flux stations, proxy pressures on the upstream catchment, basin and River Basin District associated with transitional and coastal waters, chemical quality data on nutrients in seawater and hazardous substances in biota, sediment and seawater, as well as data on direct discharges and riverine input loads. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-transitional-coastal-and-marine-waters-11
Description
Data on transitional, coastal and marine waters are collected annually through the WISE-SoE data collection process. The data requested on transitional, coastal and marine waters include the physical characteristics of the transitional, coastal and marine water monitoring and flux stations, proxy pressures on the upstream catchment, basin and River Basin District associated with transitional and coastal waters, chemical quality data on nutrients in seawater and hazardous substances in biota, sediment and seawater, as well as data on direct discharges and riverine input loads.
SRS
Extent 2036101.56910451,1345010.15130086,6910696.00561889,5802735.05219543
Layers Hazardous substances in marine organisms 2009,Lead,By station,By main sea region,PCB,By station,By main sea region,DDT,By station,By main sea region,HCHG,By station,By main sea region,HCB,By station,By main sea region,Cadmium,By station,By main sea region,Mercury,By station,By main sea region,Orthophosphate in seawater,2010,2009,2008,2007,2006,2005,2004,2003,2002,2001,2000,Chlorophyll-A in seawate
Map Name WISE SoE concentrations in seawater
Category
Nutrients in Seawater (MapServer)
Title WISESoE_TCM_Dyna_WGS84
Author chri1713
Subject Eutrophication, Pollution by toxic substances, Water
Keywords Marine,Ocean,Pollution,Sea,Water,Water quality
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Data on transitional, coastal and marine waters are collected annually through the WISE-SoE data collection process. The data requested on transitional, coastal and marine waters include the physical characteristics of the transitional, coastal and marine water monitoring and flux stations, proxy pressures on the upstream catchment, basin and River Basin District associated with transitional and coastal waters, chemical quality data on nutrients in seawater and hazardous substances in biota, sediment and seawater, as well as data on direct discharges and riverine input loads. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-transitional-coastal-and-marine-waters-11
Description
Data on transitional, coastal and marine waters are collected annually through the WISE-SoE data collection process. The data requested on transitional, coastal and marine waters include the physical characteristics of the transitional, coastal and marine water monitoring and flux stations, proxy pressures on the upstream catchment, basin and River Basin District associated with transitional and coastal waters, chemical quality data on nutrients in seawater and hazardous substances in biota, sediment and seawater, as well as data on direct discharges and riverine input loads.
SRS 4326
Extent -47.6842832724608,30.9744698373534,71.818042966826,75.4291447236799
Layers Hazardous substances in marine organisms 2009,Lead,By station,By main sea region,PCB,By station,By main sea region,DDT,By station,By main sea region,HCHG,By station,By main sea region,HCB,By station,By main sea region,Cadmium,By station,By main sea region,Mercury,By station,By main sea region,Orthophosphate in seawater,2010,2009,2008,2007,2006,2005,2004,2003,2002,2001,2000,Chlorophyll-A in seawate
Map Name WISE SoE concentrations in seawater
Category
Nutrients in Seawater (MapServer)
Title WISESoE_TCM_Dyna_WM
Author chri1713
Subject Eutrophication, Pollution by toxic substances, Water
Keywords Marine,Ocean,Pollution,Sea,Water,Water quality
Copyright Text © EEA Copenhagen 2011
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Data on transitional, coastal and marine waters are collected annually through the WISE-SoE data collection process. The data requested on transitional, coastal and marine waters include the physical characteristics of the transitional, coastal and marine water monitoring and flux stations, proxy pressures on the upstream catchment, basin and River Basin District associated with transitional and coastal waters, chemical quality data on nutrients in seawater and hazardous substances in biota, sediment and seawater, as well as data on direct discharges and riverine input loads. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-transitional-coastal-and-marine-waters-11
Description
Data on transitional, coastal and marine waters are collected annually through the WISE-SoE data collection process. The data requested on transitional, coastal and marine waters include the physical characteristics of the transitional, coastal and marine water monitoring and flux stations, proxy pressures on the upstream catchment, basin and River Basin District associated with transitional and coastal waters, chemical quality data on nutrients in seawater and hazardous substances in biota, sediment and seawater, as well as data on direct discharges and riverine input loads.
SRS 102100
Extent -5308190.13273255,3629434.00943845,7994747.97283652,13119451.2540329
Layers Hazardous substances in marine organisms 2009,Lead,By station,By main sea region,PCB,By station,By main sea region,DDT,By station,By main sea region,HCHG,By station,By main sea region,HCB,By station,By main sea region,Cadmium,By station,By main sea region,Mercury,By station,By main sea region,Orthophosphate in seawater,2010,2009,2008,2007,2006,2005,2004,2003,2002,2001,2000,Chlorophyll-A in seawate
Map Name WISE SoE concentrations in seawater
Category