Change in summer chlorophyll-a concentrations at coastal stations of the Baltic, Mediterranean (Italian coastal waters only) and North Seas (% of stations, 1985-2004/2005)
&#39;&#39;Monitoring stations&#39;&#39; refer to those reporting to the EEA by its member countries from the seas shown to the left. Other seas not included as riparian countries are either not EEA member countries or, if they are, they did not report to the EEA over 2004-2005. Only coastal data are presented as no trends were found at the open water stations in the Baltic (27 stations) and North (56 stations) Seas. For a more detailed map presentation of the data see: http://themes.eea.europa.eu/IMS/IMS/ISpecs/ISpecification20041007132031/IAssessment1116504836843/view_content.
- 12 Jan 2007 - Trends in mean summer chlorophyll a concentrations in coastal waters of the Baltic Sea, the Mediterranean (Italian and Greek waters) and the Greater North Sea (mainly the southern and eastern North Sea and the Skagerrak), 1985-2004
- 21 Mar 2005 - Trends in mean summer chlorophyll-a concentrations in coastal waters of the Baltic Sea, the Mediterranean (mainly Italian waters) and the Greater North Sea (mainly the eastern North Sea and the Skagerrak), 1985-2003
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This briefing is part of the EEA's report The European Environment - State and Outlook 2015. The EEA is an official agency of the EU, tasked with providing information on Europe’s environment.
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