The Discharges table contains data on the yearly direct discharges to transitional, coastal and marine waters, provided by national sources or Marine Conventions.
year of aggregation period (aggregated data sets), or year in which sample taken (disaggregated data sets), in format YYYY. Year should be no later than that requested in the last Eionet-Water data request.
estimated load of determinand.
abbreviation of EEA Member or Collaborating country. ISO 3166-alpha-2 code elements.
Water body ID
national identification code of water body (if applicable) in which station is located. Water body as required/defined by the WFD. A water body may have more than one station in it.
Water body name
name of water body in which station is located. Water body as required/defined by the WFD. A water body may have more than one station in it.
Sea area name
name of the local sea into which the river discharges or in which the TCM station is located. SeaAreaName may be the same as WaterBodyName.
Sea region name
name of regional sea of which local sea area is a part.
Marine convention area
name of Marine Convention area of which regional sea is a part.
remarks, comments or explanatory notes.
I=industrial, M=municipal, T=total.
Chemical Abstract Service Number of the hazardous substance, as defined in the codelist.
unit of measurement.
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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