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Figure Total area-specific nitrogen and phosphorus load (before retention) by sources and nitrogen surplus in large river catchments using the Moneris model.
Sorted by increasing nitrogen surplus
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Figure Total number of measurements on the status and quality of Europe's rivers, lakes and groundwater bodies as reported by countries to the EEA over the period 1965–2008
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Figure Trend in annual water temperature in the Rhine (1909-2006), the Danube (1901-1990) and average water temperatures in August in Lake Saimaa, Finland (1924-2000)
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Figure Trend in median total ammonium, total phosphorus and nitrate concentration of river water bodies, grouped by ecological status/potential class
Concentrations are expressed as a median of annual mean concentrations. Up to three-year gaps of missing values have been interpolated or extrapolated. Only complete series with no missing values after this interpolation/extrapolation are included. The number of time series/river stations is shown in parentheses. The trend for 1992 to 2010 for each of the ecological quality classes has been linearly extended to 2027 — or when the concentration level becomes negative.
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Figure Trend in total ammonium (NH4) concentrations and BOD5 in selected WCE rivers (1992-2004)
Numbers of river monitoring stations in brackets
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Figure Trends in concentration of cadmium and mercury at river stations included in the EU Exchange of Information Decision
In less polluted areas in, for example, Nordic countries, concentrations of cadmium and mercury are only 10 and 1 % of these values
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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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Press Release Troff document Water quality excellent at most of Europe's bathing sites
The water at Europe's beaches, rivers and lakes was generally of high quality in 2013, with 95 % of these sites meeting minimum requirements. Coastal sites performed slightly better than inland bathing waters, the data shows.
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GIS Map Application Water quality monitoring station density
The map shows the density of water quality monitoring stations, reported by EEA member countries via WISE SoE reporting. The density of river monitoring stations is represented per national River Basin District (RBD). Note that the set of monitoring stations used by Member States to assess the chemical and ecological status of river water bodies under the Water Framework Directive may not be the same set of stations used for the annual WISE SoE water quality reporting. Historical data since 1992 can be displayed using the time slider.
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GIS Map Application Water quality monitoring stations
The map shows the location of the water quality monitoring stations reported by EEA member countries via WISE SoE reporting. The purpose is to provide an overview of the spatial distribution and density of monitoring stations per water body category: rivers (including canals), lakes (including reservoirs), groundwater, and transitional, coastal and marine waters. The map displays all stations ever reported since 1992, so not all are currently active.
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