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WISE Soe Ammonium in Rivers (MapServer)
Title AM_WISE_AmmoniumRivers_Dyna_WM_2014
Author Luka Snoj, Lidija Globevnik, TC Vode
Subject WISE online map of Total Ammonium / Ammonium in rivers.
Keywords WISE,SoE,Ammonium,Total Ammonium
Copyright Text EEA, National Authorities
Registered first time 25 Nov 2014
Service Description
The map shows the mean annual concentrations of total ammonium (TA) as mg/L N-NH4in European rivers measured at WISE SoE River monitoring stations from 1993 till 2012. All data are annual means. For most countries these are based on measurements over the whole year, but for some countries the annual mean actually represents only the growing season (due to ice cover in winter). The purpose of the map is to provide an overview of the annual concentrations of the total ammonium/ammonium in rivers across Europe and to enable viewer to make comparisons of the values in European countries or individual monitoring sites. NH4 is the empirical formula of the ammonium ion which, in water, is an important nitrogenous fertilizer for aquatic plants. In excess ammonium can give rise to problems because it contributes indirectly to BOD by reducing Dissolved Oxygen concentrations in water. It also forms ammonium hydroxide in water and is extremely toxic to fish and aquatic life at elevated pH levels. Total ammonium concentrations are normally increased as a result of discharges from waste water treatment plants, industrial effluents and agricultural runoff. It exerts a demand on oxygen in water as it is transformed to oxidised forms of nitrogen. In addition it is toxic to aquatic life at certain concentrations in relation to water temperature, salinity and pH. It can also pollute water used for drinking and bathing. In less detailed scale data is aggregated by country and pie charts are displayed. In more detailed scale individual stations appear in shape of triangles. Stations on which total ammonium / ammonium was not reported in certain year are coloured grey. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -20037507.067200001,-30240971.9584,20037507.067199998,18455655.919600002
Layers Mean annual Ammonium in rivers by country,Mean annual Ammonium in rivers by country,Mean annual Ammonium in rivers by station,Mean annual Ammonium in rivers by station,Mean annual Ammonium in rivers by station,Armenia Border,Rivers
Map Name Layers
Category
WISE_SoE_BOD_Dyna_WM.mxd (MapServer)
Title AM_WISE_BOD5_Dyna_WM_2014
Author
Subject Map is showing BOD monitoring results (on rivers) from 1993 till 2012.
Keywords WISE,SoE,BOD5,BOD7,EEA.
Copyright Text EEA, National Authorities
Registered first time 27 Nov 2014
Service Description
This map shows the mean annual concentrations of BOD (Biochemical oxygen demand) measured at Eionet-Water River monitoring stations from 1993 till 2012. All data are annual means. The purpose of the map is to provide an overview of the annual concentrations of BOD in rivers across Europe and to enable viewer to make comparisons of the values between European countries, River basin districts or in individual monitoring sites. BOD (Biological - or biochemical - Oxygen Demand) refers to the amount of organic matter present in water that will consume oxygen as it is decomposed by micro-organisms. BOD is commonly used for 5-day BOD (BOD5); for those Member States reporting 7-day BOD (BOD7), these values have been converted to BOD5 (BOD7 = 1.16 BOD5) for reasons of comparability. Large quantities of organic matter (microbes and decaying organic waste) in water are a potential risk to aquatic ecosystems and human health. A reduction in the amount of oxygen in water as a result of the decomposition of organic matter can endanger aquatic life through asphyxiation and disrupt the ecological balance of the water. It can also pollute water used for drinking and bathing. High levels of BOD can indicate such pollution. In less detailed scale, data is aggregated by country and pie charts are displayed. In more detailed scale individual stations appear in shape of triangles. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-rivers-10
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030210.3410999998,-16315720.2574,11021386.561099999,11098814.016900003
Layers Mean annual BOD in rivers by country ,Mean annual BOD in rivers by country ,Mean annual BOD in rivers by station,Mean annual BOD in rivers by station,Mean annual BOD in rivers by station,Lake Sevan,Rivers,Tributaries
Map Name Layers
Category
WISE Soe Ammonium in Rivers (MapServer)
Title AM_WISE_NitratesLakeSevan_Dyna_WM_2014
Author Luka Snoj, Lidija Globevnik, TC Vode
Subject WISE online map of Total Ammonium / Ammonium in rivers.
Keywords Nitrates
Copyright Text EEA, National Authorities
Registered first time 26 Nov 2014
Service Description
The map shows the mean annual nitrates in lake Sevan (Armenia) by station from 2005 to 2012. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/waterbase-lakes-10
Description
SRS 102100
Extent 5047298.5430000015,4894785.9178000018,5047457.2932999991,4927329.7329000011
Layers Mean annual nitrates in lake Sevan by station
Map Name Layers
Category
State of bathing waters (MapServer)
Title BathingWater_Dyna_WM
Author Luka Snoj, Lidija Globevnik
Subject The purpose of this map is to present quality of bathing waters for the time period 2005 till 2015.
Keywords Bathing water,Water quality,WISE,EEA,BWD
Copyright Text EEA, Bathing waters data and coordinates: Member states authorities.
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Map shows monitoring water locations and quality of bathing water from 2005 till 2015. For the scale 1:5.000.001 and less detailed, data are aggregated by country. In such case, stacked bars show percentage of bathing water quality for coastal and inland waters together. Number of bathing waters within certain category is seen in pop up window which can be turned on with a click on one of the countries. For the scale range 1:5 000.000 to 1:700,001, individual bathing water sites (points) are visible instead of classified stacked charts and are coloured according to the classification of bathing water quality. Symbol size depends on the map scale (in more detailed map scales symbols are bigger). For the scales 1:700,000 and more detailed, symbol of bather in a square appears instead of points. All symbols (charts, circles and squares with bather) are colored according to achieved quality status. Pop-up windows can be opened with a click on individual bathing water monitoring site. Monitoring requirements such as the taking of a pre-season sample, a minimum of four samples per season and a minimum of one sample per month must be met for all bathing waters. If these rules are satisfied, the bathing water is categorised as 'sampling frequency satisfied'. If at least one monitoring requirement is not fulfilled the bathing water is categorized as 'sampling frequency not satisfied'. In such cases, bathing water can still be quality assessed if at least four samples per season (three samples if the season does not exceed eight weeks or the region is subject to special geographical constraints) are available and are more or less equally distributed throughout the season. Assessment of bathing water quality is possible when the bathing-water sample dataset is available for four consecutive seasons. For the 2015 bathing season, all reported bathing water data have been assessed under the provisions of the Directive 2006/7/EC for the first time. Bathing waters are accordingly
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030210.341099998,-2438425.5066999979,6215704.9966000021,11098814.01690001
Layers Bathing water quality by country,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality by location,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality
Map Name Layers
Category
State of bathing waters (MapServer)
Title BathingWater_Dyna_WM_2014
Author Luka Snoj, Lidija Globevnik
Subject The purpose of this map is to present quality of bathing waters for the time period 2003 till 2013.
Keywords Bathing water,Water quality,WISE,EEA,BWD
Copyright Text EEA, Bathing waters data and coordinates: Member states authorities.
Registered first time 19 Jul 2016
Service Description
The purpose of this map is to present quality of bathing waters for the time period 2003 till 2013.
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030210.341099998,-2438425.5066999979,6215704.9966000021,11098814.01690001
Layers Bathing water quality by country,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality by location,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality,Bathing water quality
Map Name Layers
Category
Flood Hazard & Risk Maps (MapServer)
Title FHRM
Author Andres Staehr Bastholm, Atkins Danmark a/s
Subject The FHRM map viewer disserminate certain aspects of the information reported under the Flood Directive Floods Hazard & Risk Maps.
Keywords Flood Directive,Flood Hazard and Risk Maps,Risk assessment,flooding,floods,drought
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 20 Nov 2014
Service Description
The map is build on reported information under the medium scenario. There are four different themes shown. Layer 1 shows population affected on Country, UoM and APSFR level. Layer 2 shows affected economic activities on UoM level. Layer 3 shows number of IED installation affected on UoM and APSFR level. Layers 4 shows the environmental consequnces on UoM level.Layer no.5 provides links to data and information stored in national repositories on the Flood Risk and Hazard Maps. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise-river-basin-districts-rbds-1, http://ec.europa.eu/environment/water/flood_risk/
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1566000003,-2438425.566399999,6215720.692499999,11471762.570900001
Layers Layer 1: Inhabitants affected,FHRM affected pop APSFR level,APSFR_points,APSFR_lines,APSFR_poly,FHRM affected pop EUUoM level,FHRM affected pop Country level,Data availability on population,Layer 2: Economic activities affected,Economic activities at UoM level,Data availability on economic activities,Layer 3: IED installations affected,IED installations at UoM level,IED installations APSFR,APSFR p
Map Name Layers
Category
FHRM_links (MapServer)
Title FHRM_links
Author
Subject
Keywords FHRM,Floods Hazard & Risk Maps
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 20 Nov 2014
Service Description
The FHRM links service provides links to national repositories of more detailed information on Flood Hazard and Risk Maps, article 6 of the Floods Directive. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise-river-basin-districts-rbds-1, http://ec.europa.eu/environment/water/flood_risk/
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6874098.9379999973,-2435279.7961000018,6200571.7434,10654472.611900002
Layers Layer 5: FHRM Links ,OtherSource ,DE_DE2000_BoundingBox_20140322,DE_DE3000_BoundingBox_201403221,DE_DE4000_BoundingBox_201403221,DE_DE5000_BoundingBox_201403221,DE_DE6000_BoundingBox_201403221,DE_DE9500_BoundingBox_201403221,DE_DE9610_BoundingBox_201403221,APSFR links lines,APSFR links points,APSFR links polygon,UoM Links
Map Name Layers
Category
Floods directive APSFR and PFRA (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective
Author Andres Bastholm. Operated by Sofie Gjedde-Simonsen
Subject Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR) and Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) - Detailed
Keywords PFRA, APSFR, Floods directive
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1567000002,-2438425.566399999,6215720.6926000006,11471762.570900001
Layers Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR),Designated as line (APSFR),Designated as point (APSFR),Designated as polygon (APSFR),Overview - Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA),Article 13.1.b (PFRA),Article 13.1.a (PFRA),Article 4 (PFRA),No significant floods (PFRA),No data (PFRA),Detailed view - Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA),Potential Future Flood (point),Potential Future F
Map Name Layers
Category
FloodsDirective_FHRM_SubmittedData (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_FHRM_SubmittedData
Author
Subject
Keywords Flood Directive,Article 6,Flood Hazard and Risk Maps,FHRM
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Member States shall for each of their units of management (UOM) or areas identified under Article 5 (APSFR) produce Flood Hazard and Risk Maps (FHRM). The data will be aggregated in a pan-European FHRM layer and displayed in a map viewer. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise-river-basin-districts-rbds-1, http://ec.europa.eu/environment/water/flood_risk/
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1566000003,-2438425.566399999,6215720.692499999,11471762.570900001
Layers International Units Of Management ,Units Of Management,FHRM
Map Name Layers
Category
Floods directive APSFR and PFRA (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_WM_final_3_APSFR
Author Andres Bastholm. Operated by Sofie Gjedde-Simonsen
Subject Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR) and Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) - Detailed
Keywords PFRA,APSFR,Floods directive
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Member States shall for each of their units of management (UOM) identify those areas for which they conclude that a potential significant flood risk exists or might be considered likely to occur (Article 5 of the Floods Directive). The areas of potential significant flood risk (APSFR) can be designated as areas (polygons), lines or points. For the areas Member States have reported the type of floods and may also report the mechanism and characteristic of the floods based on an agreed predefined list of types, mechanisms and characteristics. In addition Member States have reported the potential consequences which are divided into four overall categories which also have a list of more detailed sub-categories – this list has also been agreed with a set of predefined consequences agreed by the Member States to use in the reporting. The overall categories are: human health, environment, cultural heritage, economic activity Prior to the identification APSFR Member States shall undertake a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) based on available or readily derivable information (Article 4 of the Floods Directive). Member States may apply article 13.1 (transitional arrangements) in the 1st implementation cycle, and either report on a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) carried out before 22 December 2010 (Article. 13.1(a) of the Floods Directive) or proceed directly to mapping and establishment of flood risk management plans (Article. 13.1(b) of the Floods Directive). If article 13.1(a) is applied, the result will include the identification of APSFR, but the information provided for the basis of such assessment may differ. The attribute information in the viewer display a summary of the methodology where Member States describe the criteria for the determination of their APSFR, reasons and criteria for the exclusion or inclusion of areas and how the consequences to human health, environment, cultural heritage and economic activity have been considered for the id
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1566000003,-2438425.566399999,6215720.692499999,11471762.570900001
Layers Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR),Designated as point (APSFR),Designated as line (APSFR),Designated as polygon (APSFR),Units of management,International Units Of Management ,Units Of Management
Map Name Layers
Category
Floods directive APSFR and PFRA (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_WM_final_3_PFRA_detailed
Author Andres Bastholm. Operated by Sofie Gjedde-Simonsen
Subject Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR) and Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) - Detailed
Keywords PFRA,APSFR,Floods directive
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Member States shall for each of their units of management (UOM) identify those areas for which they conclude that a potential significant flood risk exists or might be considered likely to occur (Article 5 of the Floods Directive). The areas of potential significant flood risk (APSFR) can be designated as areas (polygons), lines or points. For the areas Member States have reported the type of floods and may also report the mechanism and characteristic of the floods based on an agreed predefined list of types, mechanisms and characteristics. In addition Member States have reported the potential consequences which are divided into four overall categories which also have a list of more detailed sub-categories – this list has also been agreed with a set of predefined consequences agreed by the Member States to use in the reporting. The overall categories are: human health, environment, cultural heritage, economic activity Prior to the identification APSFR Member States shall undertake a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) based on available or readily derivable information (Article 4 of the Floods Directive). Member States may apply article 13.1 (transitional arrangements) in the 1st implementation cycle, and either report on a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) carried out before 22 December 2010 (Article. 13.1(a) of the Floods Directive) or proceed directly to mapping and establishment of flood risk management plans (Article. 13.1(b) of the Floods Directive). If article 13.1(a) is applied, the result will include the identification of APSFR, but the information provided for the basis of such assessment may differ. The attribute information in the viewer display a summary of the methodology where Member States describe the criteria for the determination of their APSFR, reasons and criteria for the exclusion or inclusion of areas and how the consequences to human health, environment, cultural heritage and economic activity have been considered for the id
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1566000003,-2438425.566399999,6215720.692499999,11471762.570900001
Layers Detailed view - Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA),Potential Future Flood (point),Potential Future Flood (line),Potential Future Flood (polygon),Past floods (point),Past floods (line),Past floods (polygon),Units of management,International Units Of Management ,Units Of Management
Map Name Layers
Category
Floods directive APSFR and PFRA (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_WM_final_3_PFRA_overview
Author Andres Bastholm. Operated by Sofie Gjedde-Simonsen
Subject Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR) and Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) - Detailed
Keywords PFRA,APSFR,Floods directive
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Member States shall for each of their units of management (UOM) identify those areas for which they conclude that a potential significant flood risk exists or might be considered likely to occur (Article 5 of the Floods Directive). The areas of potential significant flood risk (APSFR) can be designated as areas (polygons), lines or points. For the areas Member States have reported the type of floods and may also report the mechanism and characteristic of the floods based on an agreed predefined list of types, mechanisms and characteristics. In addition Member States have reported the potential consequences which are divided into four overall categories which also have a list of more detailed sub-categories – this list has also been agreed with a set of predefined consequences agreed by the Member States to use in the reporting. The overall categories are: human health, environment, cultural heritage, economic activity. Prior to the identification APSFR Member States shall undertake a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) based on available or readily derivable information (Article 4 of the Floods Directive). Member States may apply article 13.1 (transitional arrangements) in the 1st implementation cycle, and either report on a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) carried out before 22 December 2010 (Article. 13.1(a) of the Floods Directive) or proceed directly to mapping and establishment of flood risk management plans (Article. 13.1(b) of the Floods Directive). If article 13.1(a) is applied, the result will include the identification of APSFR, but the information provided for the basis of such assessment may differ. The attribute information in the viewer display a summary of the methodology where Member States describe the criteria for the determination of their APSFR, reasons and criteria for the exclusion or inclusion of areas and how the consequences to human health, environment, cultural heritage and economic activity have been considered for the i
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1567000002,-2438425.566399999,6215720.6926000006,11471762.570900001
Layers Overview - Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA),Article 13.1.b (PFRA),Article 13.1.a (PFRA),Article 4 (PFRA),No significant floods (PFRA),No data (PFRA),Units of management,International Units Of Management ,Units Of Management
Map Name Layers
Category
Floods directive APSFR and PFRA (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_WM_final_4_APSFR
Author Andres Bastholm. Operated by Sofie Gjedde-Simonsen
Subject Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR) and Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) - Detailed
Keywords PFRA,APSFR,Floods directive
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Member States shall for each of their units of management (UOM) identify those areas for which they conclude that a potential significant flood risk exists or might be considered likely to occur (Article 5 of the Floods Directive). The areas of potential significant flood risk (APSFR) can be designated as areas (polygons), lines or points. For the areas Member States have reported the type of floods and may also report the mechanism and characteristic of the floods based on an agreed predefined list of types, mechanisms and characteristics. In addition Member States have reported the potential consequences which are divided into four overall categories which also have a list of more detailed sub-categories – this list has also been agreed with a set of predefined consequences agreed by the Member States to use in the reporting. The overall categories are: human health, environment, cultural heritage, economic activity. Prior to the identification APSFR Member States shall undertake a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) based on available or readily derivable information (Article 4 of the Floods Directive). Member States may apply article 13.1 (transitional arrangements) in the 1st implementation cycle, and either report on a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) carried out before 22 December 2010 (Article. 13.1(a) of the Floods Directive) or proceed directly to mapping and establishment of flood risk management plans (Article. 13.1(b) of the Floods Directive). If article 13.1(a) is applied, the result will include the identification of APSFR, but the information provided for the basis of such assessment may differ. The attribute information in the viewer display a summary of the methodology where Member States describe the criteria for the determination of their APSFR, reasons and criteria for the exclusion or inclusion of areas and how the consequences to human health, environment, cultural heritage and economic activity have been considered for the i
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -6874098.9379999973,-2435279.7961000018,6200571.7434,10654472.611900002
Layers Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR),Designated as point (APSFR),Designated as line (APSFR),Designated as polygon (APSFR)
Map Name Layers
Category
Floods directive APSFR and PFRA (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_WM_final_4_PFRA_detailed
Author Andres Bastholm. Operated by Sofie Gjedde-Simonsen
Subject Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR) and Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) - Detailed
Keywords PFRA,APSFR,Floods directive
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Member States shall for each of their units of management (UOM) identify those areas for which they conclude that a potential significant flood risk exists or might be considered likely to occur (Article 5 of the Floods Directive). The areas of potential significant flood risk (APSFR) can be designated as areas (polygons), lines or points. For the areas Member States have reported the type of floods and may also report the mechanism and characteristic of the floods based on an agreed predefined list of types, mechanisms and characteristics. In addition Member States have reported the potential consequences which are divided into four overall categories which also have a list of more detailed sub-categories – this list has also been agreed with a set of predefined consequences agreed by the Member States to use in the reporting. The overall categories are: human health, environment, cultural heritage, economic activity. Prior to the identification APSFR Member States shall undertake a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) based on available or readily derivable information (Article 4 of the Floods Directive). Member States may apply article 13.1 (transitional arrangements) in the 1st implementation cycle, and either report on a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) carried out before 22 December 2010 (Article. 13.1(a) of the Floods Directive) or proceed directly to mapping and establishment of flood risk management plans (Article. 13.1(b) of the Floods Directive). If article 13.1(a) is applied, the result will include the identification of APSFR, but the information provided for the basis of such assessment may differ. The attribute information in the viewer display a summary of the methodology where Member States describe the criteria for the determination of their APSFR, reasons and criteria for the exclusion or inclusion of areas and how the consequences to human health, environment, cultural heritage and economic activity have been considered for the i
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -2021626.8773999996,3203383.0009000003,3784975.8964000009,9829391.0828000009
Layers Detailed view - Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA),Potential Future Flood (point),Potential Future Flood (line),Potential Future Flood (polygon),Past floods (point),Past floods (line),Past floods (polygon)
Map Name Layers
Category
Floods directive APSFR and PFRA (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_WM_final_4_PFRA_overview
Author Andres Bastholm. Operated by Sofie Gjedde-Simonsen
Subject Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR) and Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) - Detailed
Keywords PFRA,APSFR,Floods directive
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Member States shall for each of their units of management (UOM) identify those areas for which they conclude that a potential significant flood risk exists or might be considered likely to occur (Article 5 of the Floods Directive). The areas of potential significant flood risk (APSFR) can be designated as areas (polygons), lines or points. For the areas Member States have reported the type of floods and may also report the mechanism and characteristic of the floods based on an agreed predefined list of types, mechanisms and characteristics. In addition Member States have reported the potential consequences which are divided into four overall categories which also have a list of more detailed sub-categories – this list has also been agreed with a set of predefined consequences agreed by the Member States to use in the reporting. The overall categories are: human health, environment, cultural heritage, economic activity. Prior to the identification APSFR Member States shall undertake a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) based on available or readily derivable information (Article 4 of the Floods Directive). Member States may apply article 13.1 (transitional arrangements) in the 1st implementation cycle, and either report on a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) carried out before 22 December 2010 (Article. 13.1(a) of the Floods Directive) or proceed directly to mapping and establishment of flood risk management plans (Article. 13.1(b) of the Floods Directive). If article 13.1(a) is applied, the result will include the identification of APSFR, but the information provided for the basis of such assessment may differ. The attribute information in the viewer display a summary of the methodology where Member States describe the criteria for the determination of their APSFR, reasons and criteria for the exclusion or inclusion of areas and how the consequences to human health, environment, cultural heritage and economic activity have been considered for the
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1567000002,-2438425.566300001,6215720.6926000006,11471762.570799999
Layers Overview - Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA),Article 13.1.b (PFRA),Article 13.1.a (PFRA),Article 4 (PFRA),No significant floods (PFRA),No data (PFRA)
Map Name Layers
Category
Floods directive APSFR and PFRA (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirective_WM_final_4_UOM
Author Andres Bastholm. Operated by Sofie Gjedde-Simonsen
Subject Areas with Potential Significant Flood Risk (APSFR) and Preliminary Flood Risk Assessment (PFRA) - Detailed
Keywords PFRA,APSFR,Floods directive
Copyright Text © Service Copyright EEA Copenhagen
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
Member States shall for each of their units of management (UOM) identify those areas for which they conclude that a potential significant flood risk exists or might be considered likely to occur (Article 5 of the Floods Directive). The areas of potential significant flood risk (APSFR) can be designated as areas (polygons), lines or points. For the areas Member States have reported the type of floods and may also report the mechanism and characteristic of the floods based on an agreed predefined list of types, mechanisms and characteristics. In addition Member States have reported the potential consequences which are divided into four overall categories which also have a list of more detailed sub-categories – this list has also been agreed with a set of predefined consequences agreed by the Member States to use in the reporting. The overall categories are: human health, environment, cultural heritage, economic activity. Prior to the identification APSFR Member States shall undertake a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) based on available or readily derivable information (Article 4 of the Floods Directive). Member States may apply article 13.1 (transitional arrangements) in the 1st implementation cycle, and either report on a preliminary flood risk assessment (PFRA) carried out before 22 December 2010 (Article. 13.1(a) of the Floods Directive) or proceed directly to mapping and establishment of flood risk management plans (Article. 13.1(b) of the Floods Directive). If article 13.1(a) is applied, the result will include the identification of APSFR, but the information provided for the basis of such assessment may differ. The attribute information in the viewer display a summary of the methodology where Member States describe the criteria for the determination of their APSFR, reasons and criteria for the exclusion or inclusion of areas and how the consequences to human health, environment, cultural heritage and economic activity have been considered for the
Description
SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1566000003,-2438425.566399999,6215720.692499999,11471762.570900001
Layers Units of management,International Units Of Management ,Units Of Management
Map Name Layers
Category
Floods Directive Units of Management (MapServer)
Title FloodsDirectiveUOM
Author Atkins
Subject
Keywords Floods Directive,Units of Management,UOM,RBD
Copyright Text © EEA, Copenhagen, 2010
Registered first time 06 Oct 2014
Service Description
What is on this Floods Directive map? 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 (WFD). For the Floods Directive, Member States were given the choice to use either the WFD River Basin Districts, or to designate other Units of Management (UoM) for specific river basins or stretches of coastal areas under article 3 of that Directive. For Ireland and Italy such smaller UoM were designated. For the other EU Member States the same RBD as for the WFD therefore applies. The geographic area of some RBDs span more than one country (such as the Danube) and these are known as International RBDs. These RBDs are shown in yellow/orange. Others are contained completely within a country and are known as National RBDs, and are shown in light purple/light blue. Data source: http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/wise-river-basin-districts-rbds-1, http://ec.europa.eu/environment/water/flood_risk/
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SRS 102100
Extent -7030231.1566000003,-2438425.566399999,6215720.692499999,11471762.570900001
Layers International Units of Management,Non EU International Units of Management,Non EU National Units of Management,National Units of Management
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