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GIS Map Application Total phosphorus in lakes
The map shows the mean annual concentration of total phosphorus (TP), expressed as milligrams of TP per litre of water, observed in lakes and reservoirs monitoring stations and reported by EEA member countries via WISE. For most countries the mean annual value is based on observations over the whole year, whereas some countries only collect samples during the growing season (due to ice cover in winter). Total phosphorus includes all phosphorus components in water: phosphate, dissolved organic phosphorus and particulate phosphorus in algal and bacterial cells, as well as in mineral particles (e.g. clay). High or increased (compared to reference condition) concentration of total phosphorus represents a risk to normal functioning of lake ecosystems, causing eutrophication with potentially harmful or toxic algal blooms in the surface waters, reduced biodiversity, and oxygen deficiency in the bottom waters. The purpose of the map is to provide an overview of the mean annual value of total phosphorus in lakes and reservoirs across Europe and to enable the user to compare values per country, River Basin District (RBD) or individual monitoring station, depending on the scale of visualisation. Historical data since 1993 can be displayed using the time slider.
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Daviz Visualization Area covered by each of the main irrigated crops
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Daviz Visualization Annual flood losses for 2050 and 2080 compared to the 'actual situation'
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Highlight chemical/x-pdb Water quality and wastewater treatment — WISE interactive maps updated
A series of maps on water quality, updated with the latest information reported by countries, has been published by the European Environment Agency (EEA). The maps display water quality parameters in various receiving waters across Europe, alongside information on urban wastewater treatment and receiving areas sensitive to eutrophication.
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Figure Troff document Total expenditures on water pollution control (point sources) since 1992 as a share of gross domestic product
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Figure Trends in total ammonium concentrations at river stations in European countries between 1992 and 2002
Number of river monitoring stations included in analysis noted in brackets
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Figure Trends in total ammonium concentrations at river stations in European countries between 1992 and 2003
Number of river monitoring stations included in analysis noted in brackets
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Figure Trends in total ammonium concentrations at river stations in European countries between 1992 and 2005
Number of river monitoring stations included in analysis noted in brackets
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Figure Percentage of river stations per country with significant increasing, stable or decreasing total ammonium trend between 1992 and 2006
Number of river monitoring stations included in analysis noted in brackets
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Figure Continuity of supply (hours per day)
Hours per day that urban population in the EECCA countries receive piped water
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