The Inputs table contains data on the yearly riverine inputs of loads to transitional, coastal and marine waters which are monitored at Eionet-Water flux stations, provided by national sources or Marine Conventions. Each flux station has been assigned a unique Waterbase identifier (WaterbaseID) which can be used to link the Input data with their respective Flux Stations data.
year of aggregation period, or year in which sample taken, in format YYYY.
unit of measurement.
internally produced, unique identifier used to represent the monitoring station for rivers, lakes, transitional, coastal and marine waters and water quantity, or groundwater body, in the format CountryCode_WaterDataSet_NationalStationID (e.g. GB_RV_12345).
Chemical Abstract Service Number
Chemical Abstract Service Number of determinand.
estimated load of determinand.
ISO 3166-alpha-2 code elements
L = Lower estimate based on treating determinand values that are less than the limits of detection as zero, U = Upper estimate based on treating determinand values that are less than the limits of detection as equivalent to limit of detection value, X = Unspecified.
Method of estimation
OutY = Calculations including outlier values, OutN = Calculations excluding outlier values, FloodY = Calculations accounting for flood events, FloodN = Calculations not accounting for flood events, XSS = Loads calculated by extrapolation from concentrations (of micropollutants) in suspended sediment, Other = Other methods.
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